Top 20 Most Significant Swim Stories Of 2016: #9 – The Slow Burn Of Sjostrom & Coaches

Winner and World Record setter Sarah SJOSTROM of Sweden competes in the women's 100m Butterfly Final

SwimVortex continues a countdown of the most significant swimming stories of Olympic Year 2016. Today, Swedish pioneer, Sarah Sjostrom, Olympic 100m butterfly champion. She ends 2016 with 16 of the best long-course 50m butterfly efforts ever and 9 of the best 10 100m ‘fly swims ever. It’s been a case of early promise and steady learning curve at the heart of a a slow-burning bright star. The ranks took on new meaning in Rio

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SwimVortex continues a countdown of the most significant swimming stories of Olympic Year 2016. Today, Swedish pioneer, Sarah Sjostrom, Olympic 100m butterfly champion. She ends 2016 with 16 of the best long-course 50m butterfly efforts ever and 9 of the best 10 100m ‘fly swims ever. It’s been a case of early promise and steady learning curve at the heart of a a slow-burning bright star. The ranks took on new meaning in Rio

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