M200 Free: Hoogie Hangover Over As Seb Verschuren Pips Stjepanovic & Guy For Gold

Sebastiaan Verschuren, a look of slight surprise on the edge of his smile; and James Guy, right, a World champion heading for an 11km day of training on the way to Rio - images by Patrick B. Kraemer

European Championships London, Day 3 Finals Four-lap freestyle waters haven’t been quite so orange in a 200m freestyle since the days of Hoogie but Sebastian Verschuren changed all that with a 1:46.02 victory ahead of two men who have know gold themselves: defending champion Velimir Stjepanovic (SRB), on 1:46.26, and World champion James Guy, on…

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European Championships London, Day 3 Finals Four-lap freestyle waters haven’t been quite so orange in a 200m freestyle since the days of Hoogie but Sebastian Verschuren changed all that with a 1:46.02 victory ahead of two men who have know gold themselves: defending champion Velimir Stjepanovic (SRB), on 1:46.26, and World champion James Guy, on… […]

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Alex Mason

Excellent swim by Guy IMO. Very encouraging. I guess the first day 400 really was an exception!

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