Gabriele Detti Takes 30-Lap Pace Below 14:50, Greg Paltrinieri on 15:02 As Milan Wraps Up

Gabriele Detti and Gregorio Paltrinieri in Milan this season

Having taken the global 400m free pace down to a 3:45 at the helm of the 400m free world rankings yesterday, Gabriele Detti set his clock to a second per 100m or so faster than Olympic champion and teammate Gregorio Paltrinieri over 1500m on the last day of senior racing at the 7th Milan Trophy. The result: the first sub-14:50 of the year, at 14:48.21. Paltrinieri followed the Olympic bronze medallist, on 15:02.67, the gap between the two charges of coach Stefano Morini an indication of the way the two Italians are challenging each other in training and racing on the way to Paltrinieri’s defence of the world 30-lap crown in Budapest come July.

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Having taken the global 400m free pace down to a 3:45 at the helm of the 400m free world rankings yesterday, Gabriele Detti set his clock to a second per 100m or so faster than Olympic champion and teammate Gregorio Paltrinieri over 1500m on the last day of senior racing at the 7th Milan Trophy. The result: the first sub-14:50 of the year, at 14:48.21. Paltrinieri followed the Olympic bronze medallist, on 15:02.67, the gap between the two charges of coach Stefano Morini an indication of the way the two Italians are challenging each other in training and racing on the way to Paltrinieri’s defence of the world 30-lap crown in Budapest come July.

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