Carlin’s 4:04 To Triple Augurs Well For World Titles

Jazmin Carlin [Photo: SWpix]

Jazmin Carlin claimed her third crown and lifetime best with a storming 4:04.25 victory in the 400m freestyle on the last evening at British National Championships in Sheffield; The meet came to a close with more gold, too, for two men coached by Loughborough’ Kevin Renshaw, Dan Fogg, on 15:01 in the 1500m free and Roberto Pavoni on 4:13 in the 400m medley

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Jazmin Carlin claimed her third crown and lifetime best with a storming 4:04.25 victory in the 400m freestyle on the last evening at British National Championships in Sheffield; The meet came to a close with more gold, too, for two men coached by Loughborough’ Kevin Renshaw, Dan Fogg, on 15:01 in the 1500m free and Roberto Pavoni on 4:13 in the 400m medley

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aswimfan

Jaz Carlin should swim 800 and 1500 only in Barcelona to maximize her chances winning both events.

She can move back to 400-800 in Rio

Lane Four

The women’s 400-1500 races are going to be epic! Ledecky wasn’t fully rested for the US trials and now she will be facing an amazing Jazmin Carlin. They are going to bring out the absolute best in each other.

Mauro

A very small correction: Roberto’s winning time in the 200 IM was 1.58.14 and not 1.58.12.
Also, his pb was not almost 2 seconds but over 2 seconds, as previous pb was 2.00.19.
Interresting to note that the top 5 in that race climbed to within top 9 of all time in the British Rankings.

Craig Lord

Thanks Mauro. Corrected the slip .12, .14 but not Kevin’s words … in a quote; nice stat on the general level of improvement

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