Analysis W100 Breaststroke: Alia Atkinson Sole Impact On All-Time Ranks, In At No10

Alia Atkinson of Jamaica by Patrick B. Kraemer

Relative to possibilities, to what unfolded in Barcelona two years ago and even to this season, the Kazan 100m breaststroke was a slow race. It reflected, in part, the numbing presence of an athlete back from a doping ban to take gold once more; among those with a clean record, Alia Atkinson (JAM) produced the only impact on the all-time top 10 in textile

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Relative to possibilities, to what unfolded in Barcelona two years ago and even to this season, the Kazan 100m breaststroke was a slow race. It reflected, in part, the numbing presence of an athlete back from a doping ban to take gold once more; among those with a clean record, Alia Atkinson (JAM) produced the only impact on the all-time top 10 in textile

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