Metronomic Sprinting From Kromowidjojo

Olympic champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo [Gianmattia d'Alberto/LaPresse]

Olympic champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) challenged her season-best 100m freestyle with a 53.89 victory at the Sette Colli International in Rome this evening; she turned third in 26.50. Then came delivery: 27.39, lap 1 and lap 2 speed matching. End of argument. Zsuzsanna Jakabos doubles; fast swims from Lacourt, Scozzoli and Verraszto [Photo: Gianmattia d’Alberto/LaPresse]

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Olympic champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) challenged her season-best 100m freestyle with a 53.89 victory at the Sette Colli International in Rome this evening; she turned third in 26.50. Then came delivery: 27.39, lap 1 and lap 2 speed matching. End of argument. Zsuzsanna Jakabos doubles; fast swims from Lacourt, Scozzoli and Verraszto [Photo: Gianmattia d’Alberto/LaPresse]

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SwimFanFinland

I was wrong about Jakabos. Expected something around 4:35 or faster in 400 IM. But, as mentioned above, Jakabos had only about 20 minutes for rest. Maybe Hosszu’s racing has misled me to believe that with Hungarian genes you don’t need to rest.

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