Braces For Jeanette Ottesen & Chad Le Clos As Vlad Morozov Shaves Mini-Medley Mark

Jeanette Ottesen (DEN) by Patrick B. Kraemer

A 55.86 victory in the 100m butterfly was the first of two victories for Denmark’s Jeanette Ottesen as the post-Olympic World Cup series limped into Berlin. Ottesen was back at the helm once more, a 23.58 effort over 50m freestyle within an hour of her first win delivering the brace. The session also saw a world s/c mark for Vladimir Morozov (RUS) in the impossible-to-make-the-Olympics 100m medley

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A 55.86 victory in the 100m butterfly was the first of two victories for Denmark’s Jeanette Ottesen as the post-Olympic World Cup series limped into Berlin. Ottesen was back at the helm once more, a 23.58 effort over 50m freestyle within an hour of her first win delivering the brace. The session also saw a world s/c mark for Vladimir Morozov (RUS) in the impossible-to-make-the-Olympics 100m medley

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