Ranomi Kromowidjojo & Jesse Puts Make Eindhoven Dashes A Dutch Winners’ Affair

Ranomi Kromowidjojo - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Double Dutch Olympic sprint champion of 2012 Ranomi Kromowidjojo rose to fifth on the fledgling 2018 world rankings with a 25.25 win in the 50m free as the Swim Cup Eindhoven came to close today. Jesse Puts made the freestyle dash finals a Dutch winners’ affair. In 21.85, 0.01sec faster than his meet-record heats swim, Puts was 0.03sec up on the man thundering into the wall with him, Finland’s Ari-Pekka Liukkonen; and The Danish Open and Mesa Pro Swim meets come to a close, too

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Double Dutch Olympic sprint champion of 2012 Ranomi Kromowidjojo rose to fifth on the fledgling 2018 world rankings with a 25.25 win in the 50m free as the Swim Cup Eindhoven came to close today. Jesse Puts made the freestyle dash finals a Dutch winners’ affair. In 21.85, 0.01sec faster than his meet-record heats swim, Puts was 0.03sec up on the man thundering into the wall with him, Finland’s Ari-Pekka Liukkonen; and The Danish Open and Mesa Pro Swim meets come to a close, too

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