Sky Full Of Stars To Shine On Seven Hills Of Rome A Month Out From World Swim Titles

Adam Peaty - by Gary McCaffery on training camp in Tenerife last month - courtesy of Gmcphotography.org

Precisely one month before the start of racing in the pool at the World Championships in Budapest, the Sette Colli Meet in Rome is set to witness the greatest gathering of global podium chasers at their last test before the real one. Let’s start with Olympic champions on the provisional list of those heading to the Eternal City for the meet on June 23-25: from Rio, Britain’s Adam Peaty, Australia’s Mack Horton and Kyle Chalmers; and from London, Dutch sprinter Ranomi Kromowidjojo and South Africa’s Chad Le Clos. World-title defenders include László Cseh, James Guy and Daiya Seto. Then there’s Brits Jazz Carlin, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, Stephen Milne, Duncan Scott and Chris Walker-Hebborn and Hannah Miley while their teammate Ben Proud takes on Cameron McEvoy, James Roberts and James Magnussen; Boglárka Kapás, Jess Ashwood, Tamás Kenderesi and many more

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Precisely one month before the start of racing in the pool at the World Championships in Budapest, the Sette Colli Meet in Rome is set to witness the greatest gathering of global podium chasers at their last test before the real one. Let’s start with Olympic champions on the provisional list of those heading to the Eternal City for the meet on June 23-25: from Rio, Britain’s Adam Peaty, Australia’s Mack Horton and Kyle Chalmers; and from London, Dutch sprinter Ranomi Kromowidjojo and South Africa’s Chad Le Clos. World-title defenders include László Cseh, James Guy and Daiya Seto. Then there’s Brits Jazz Carlin, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor, Stephen Milne, Duncan Scott and Chris Walker-Hebborn and Hannah Miley while their teammate Ben Proud takes on Cameron McEvoy, James Roberts and James Magnussen; Boglárka Kapás, Jess Ashwood, Tamás Kenderesi and many more

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