Gregorio Paltrinieri Sends Swift 7:45 16-Lap Postcard To Wellbrock, Horton, Detti & Co

Gregorio Paltrinieri - by Gian Mattia D'Alberto / lapresse - for Arena

It was as if Gregorio Paltrinieri wanted to send a reminder: I’ve noticed the news but just in case anyone had forgotten me, here’s a 7:45.53 world-rank No 1 for the year over 800m free at Italian nationals. On a third day of action in Riccione that saw Alessandro Miressi set a championship record of 48.36 for the 100m free title and Simona Quadarella clocked 15:57.66 for the 1500m free crown, Paltrinieri, the Olympic and World 1500m champion coached by Stefano Morini, ploughed a lonely lane towards his 16-lap victory

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It was as if Gregorio Paltrinieri wanted to send a reminder: I’ve noticed the news but just in case anyone had forgotten me, here’s a 7:45.53 world-rank No 1 for the year over 800m free at Italian nationals. On a third day of action in Riccione that saw Alessandro Miressi set a championship record of 48.36 for the 100m free title and Simona Quadarella clocked 15:57.66 for the 1500m free crown, Paltrinieri, the Olympic and World 1500m champion coached by Stefano Morini, ploughed a lonely lane towards his 16-lap victory

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