Martinenghi & Smith Set Championship Marks On First Morning At World Juniors

Nicolo Martinenghi faces Adam Peaty in Rome - by Gian Mattia D'Alberto / lapresse - for Arena

There were two meet records and three new entries in the world senior rankings for 20 on the first morning of global junior championships. The rankings count did not include the Italian who had already made that grade this year, Nicolo’ Martinenghi setting a 59.53 championship record in the 100m breaststroke. Regan Smith, USA, clocked 59.52 in the 100m backstroke, Canada’s Taylor Ruck on 59.6; and Emily Weiss, USA, goes, sub 31sec 50 breaststroke

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There were two meet records and three new entries in the world senior rankings for 20 on the first morning of global junior championships. The rankings count did not include the Italian who had already made that grade this year, Nicolo’ Martinenghi setting a 59.53 championship record in the 100m breaststroke. Regan Smith, USA, clocked 59.52 in the 100m backstroke, Canada’s Taylor Ruck on 59.6; and Emily Weiss, USA, goes, sub 31sec 50 breaststroke

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