Jordan Sloan Slays His 200 Free PB & Leads An Irish 4×200 Building For The Future

Jordan Sloan - courtesy of Swimming Ireland

The first evening of action at the Irish Open in Dublin produced three early season world top-20 ranked swims but the two swims that made it into the top 10 stole the show: Jordan Sloan clocked 1:47.41 in the heats of the 200m freestyle for world season No 6. He almost matched that with a 1:47.77 in the final, the 24-year-old delivering two main reasons among many why Irish eyes ought to be smiling: his big PB and the hope of a decent Irish 4×200 free building in his wake

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The first evening of action at the Irish Open in Dublin produced three early season world top-20 ranked swims but the two swims that made it into the top 10 stole the show: Jordan Sloan clocked 1:47.41 in the heats of the 200m freestyle for world season No 6. He almost matched that with a 1:47.77 in the final, the 24-year-old delivering two main reasons among many why Irish eyes ought to be smiling: his big PB and the hope of a decent Irish 4×200 free building in his wake

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