Poland’s Konrad Czerniak Rattles Own 100 ‘Fly Record With World Ranks Topper 51.37

Konrad Czerniak - By Patrick B. Kraemer

Poland’s Konrad Czerniak tested his own national record with a season world-ranks-topper of a victory in 51.37 on the second day at Spanish National Swimming Championships in Malaga today. Among other highlights were a 4:36.14 in the 400m medley that granted Mireia Belmonte a season world No 2 slot and a third gold of the meet

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Poland’s Konrad Czerniak tested his own national record with a season world-ranks-topper of a victory in 51.37 on the second day at Spanish National Swimming Championships in Malaga today. Among other highlights were a 4:36.14 in the 400m medley that granted Mireia Belmonte a season world No 2 slot and a third gold of the meet

Comments

Bad Anon

Great time from Konrad. He’ll surely give Let Clos a run for his money. Expected Belmonte to be below 4.35. while her time ranks 2nd it wouldn’t have made the final at the last Olympics in London showing the depth in the women 400IM

aswimfan

It looks like Belmonte is training through the meet? or at least not fully tapered as no other Spanish swimmer can challenge her in her best events.

Bad Anon

Yeah, you’re probably right!

Craig Lord

She’s not full-training through it but is not fully rested, aswimfan: Fred told me that when I visited the CAR Sierra Nevada camp in Feb…

Wesley

When a swimmer is that dominant, they don’t need to be rested for their own champs.

If you can afford to only taper once a year, it means your building blocks for success are much greater, and result in a great performance when the time comes.

As we have witnessed, Ms B always performs when it counts, and Fred has Obviously perfected her taper.

In light of her recent performances, i think we can look to see some amazing swims in the near future from her.

James Parrack

I think Marc Sanchez is in Madrid now, no longer with Fred.

Craig Lord

Yes, he is James … didn’t actually mean him but I can see that he was the last spanish swimmer i mentioned. thanks for clarifying 🙂

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