McSharry The Toast Of Ireland; Ikee the WJR Of The Day & A Dashing Triple From Andrew

Mona McSharry - courtesy of Swim Ireland

Mona McSharry became the toast of Ireland, Hungary celebrated a brace of victories and five more global youth standards were set, three of them by American Michael Andrew in dash events, on the fourth day of World Junior Championships in Indianapolis. The performance of the day came from Japan’s Rikako Ikee, her 25.46 world junior mark for gold in the 50m butterfly the fourth fastest in the world all ages in 2017 and just outside the Budapest world titles podium pace.

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Mona McSharry became the toast of Ireland, Hungary celebrated a brace of victories and five more global youth standards were set, three of them by American Michael Andrew in dash events, on the fourth day of World Junior Championships in Indianapolis. The performance of the day came from Japan’s Rikako Ikee, her 25.46 world junior mark for gold in the 50m butterfly the fourth fastest in the world all ages in 2017 and just outside the Budapest world titles podium pace.

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