Gabriele Detti Rips Past Rosolino 2000: Swifter Than Self & Rio Bronze At 3:43.36

Gabriele Detti, of Italy - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Faster than the speed that swept him to Olympic bronze last year in Rio, faster than the speed of silver for Massimiliano Rosolino behing Ian Thorpe thunder Down Under at Sydney 2000: Italy’s Gabriele Detti brought the clock to a screeching halt of an Italian record after scorching ahead of rivals and the rest of the remote world over 400m freestyle with a 3:43.36 victory on the first day of Italian Championships in Riccione this afternoon

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Faster than the speed that swept him to Olympic bronze last year in Rio, faster than the speed of silver for Massimiliano Rosolino behing Ian Thorpe thunder Down Under at Sydney 2000: Italy’s Gabriele Detti brought the clock to a screeching halt of an Italian record after scorching ahead of rivals and the rest of the remote world over 400m freestyle with a 3:43.36 victory on the first day of Italian Championships in Riccione this afternoon

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