Jazz Carlin Tunes Up For Summer With 4:03 Ticket To Worlds In London 400m Pace-Test

Jazz Carlin by Patrick B. Kraemer

The target for an instant ticket to the World Championships in August set at 4:04.47, Jazmin Carlin raced to 100, 200 and 300m marks well inside the pace of her European title win and Welsh record in Berlin last August before coming home a touch shy of her best at 4:03.51 (4:03.24 in Berlin)

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The target for an instant ticket to the World Championships in August set at 4:04.47, Jazmin Carlin raced to 100, 200 and 300m marks well inside the pace of her European title win and Welsh record in Berlin last August before coming home a touch shy of her best at 4:03.51 (4:03.24 in Berlin)

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Chris

Carlin, Boyle, Belmonte all very able elite swimmers but all battling for the minor medals in the 400 and 800, Ledecky is a class apart and I think she can go quicker in both events. Only injury, illness or serve lack loss of form I think can deny her not wining both events at the worlds and Olympics unless somebody new emerges in the next two years.

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