Kazan 2015 Worlds: Day 8 Preview – By The 7th Wave The Championships Will Be History

Emily Seebohm of Australia - seeking a third gold as she leads the Dolphins in the curtain-closing medley relay in Kazan - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Just seven finals to go and when the seventh wave crashes into the end wall at the Kazan Arena in thee women’s 4x100m medley relay, the 2015 championships will be history, the results a part of the long thread of thrills and spills dating back to 1973. Every crown will be defended by the holder today. Watch for the art of keeping it all together to the very last.

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Just seven finals to go and when the seventh wave crashes into the end wall at the Kazan Arena in thee women’s 4x100m medley relay, the 2015 championships will be history, the results a part of the long thread of thrills and spills dating back to 1973. Every crown will be defended by the holder today. Watch for the art of keeping it all together to the very last.

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aswimfan

The Final Day Finals are starting and I am having withdrawal already !!!!
🙁

aswimfan

Alia Atkinson is having the best championships of her life.. nice to see that her preservation pays off!

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