Aussie Mitch Larkin Makes It Three Straight 100 Back World Titles, One Long, Two Short

Mitchell Larkin of Australia celebrates a title retained - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Windsor world s/c titles, Day 2: Locked out of the medals in the 100m backstroke at Rio 2016, Australia’s Mitch Larkin made it three world titles in succession, short-long-short, when he retained the littl-pool crown by 0.04sec over Russian Andrei Shabasov; the women’s 200 fly goes without defender Mireia Belmonte, the 2014 silver medallist Katinka Hosszu stepping up to gold

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Windsor world s/c titles, Day 2: Locked out of the medals in the 100m backstroke at Rio 2016, Australia’s Mitch Larkin made it three world titles in succession, short-long-short, when he retained the littl-pool crown by 0.04sec over Russian Andrei Shabasov; the women’s 200 fly goes without defender Mireia Belmonte, the 2014 silver medallist Katinka Hosszu stepping up to gold

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