Morn Meet Mark For Seliskar; Horton Back At Helm

Mack Horton (left) was back in action the morning after day1-double gold at World Juniors, his relay success shared with Blake Jones, Luke Percy and Regan Leong [Swimming Australia]

On the second morning at the FINA World Junior Championships in Dubai, American Andrew Seliskar established a championship record of 1:59.91 at the helm of the 200m medley heats, while Mack Horton followed a double-gold opening day – 400m free and men’s 4x100m free, pictured, with a lead qualification effort of 1:48.70 in the 200m free heats

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On the second morning at the FINA World Junior Championships in Dubai, American Andrew Seliskar established a championship record of 1:59.91 at the helm of the 200m medley heats, while Mack Horton followed a double-gold opening day – 400m free and men’s 4x100m free, pictured, with a lead qualification effort of 1:48.70 in the 200m free heats

Comments

David

Where did you find the results? I still don’t see them online?

Craig Lord

http://dubai2013.coloradotime.com/

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