Leonardo De Deus Tops 200 ‘Fly World Ranks As Two Felipes Go 59s In 100 Breaststroke

Leonardo De Deus on the trail of Chad Le Clos at world titles 2013 … and now heading to 2017 world titles among podium shots - by Patrick B. Kraemer

In Rio on day 4 of the Maria Lenk Trophy, Leonardo de Deus sped to the helm of the world rankings with a 1:55.19 lifetime-best victory in the 200m butterfly. The time is the swiftest ever by a Brazilian in textile … and 9th best ever performance; Matheus Santana opens relay in 48.99

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In Rio on day 4 of the Maria Lenk Trophy, Leonardo de Deus sped to the helm of the world rankings with a 1:55.19 lifetime-best victory in the 200m butterfly. The time is the swiftest ever by a Brazilian in textile … and 9th best ever performance; Matheus Santana opens relay in 48.99

Comments

Fabiano Marcondes

Wrong, Craig.

The time of Etiene (100 free) only counts if she does NOT race in the solo event.

Brazilian rules…

Regards!

Craig Lord

Obrigado Fabiano. Complicação desnecessária 🙂

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