Analysis W100 Back: Medallists Seebohm, Wilson & Nielsen Shake-Up All-Time Ranks

Emily Seebohm, right, and Madison Wilson, of Australia, write new lines in 100 back history - by Patrick B. Kraemer

The final in Kazan produced the first eight-lane sub-minute final at the world championships in textile suits. Such speed across the pool had only been seen before with the aid of shiny suits in 2009. In terms of impact on all all-time top 10s, every level felt the weight of the race, while Emily Seebohm,…

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The final in Kazan produced the first eight-lane sub-minute final at the world championships in textile suits. Such speed across the pool had only been seen before with the aid of shiny suits in 2009. In terms of impact on all all-time top 10s, every level felt the weight of the race, while Emily Seebohm,… […]

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