Denmark’s Mie Nielsen Sets Sub-Minute 100 Back Pace For 2017 At Flanders Cup

Mie Nielsen of Denmark - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Mie Nielsen topped the fledgling 2017 world rankings when she dominated the 100m backstroke at the Flanders Cup today, hours after Madison Wilson clocked the first sub-minute effort of the year at the Victorian Open Championships Down Under. In Antwerp, Evgeny Rylov makes it a backstroke sweep, while Energy clubmate Mykhaylo Romanchuk goes 15:05 over 1500 free

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Mie Nielsen topped the fledgling 2017 world rankings when she dominated the 100m backstroke at the Flanders Cup today, hours after Madison Wilson clocked the first sub-minute effort of the year at the Victorian Open Championships Down Under. In Antwerp, Evgeny Rylov makes it a backstroke sweep, while Energy clubmate Mykhaylo Romanchuk goes 15:05 over 1500 free

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