Sarah Sjöström Tops The Bill With 24.08 blast in the 50 Free At Stockholm Open

of $rah$ on her way winning in the women's 50m Freestyle Final during the 19th LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships held at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark, Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. (Photo by Patrick B. Kraemer / MAGICPBK)

International meet round-up: Sarah Sjöström topped the bill oil the second day at the Stockholm Open in Sweden with a 24.08 blast in the 50m freestyle; At Japan nationals, Yasuhiro Koseki comp[leted a sweep of breaststroke titles with a 2:08.45 over 200m ahead of a 2:08.86 from world-record holder Ippei Watanabe; In The Hague at the Swim Cup, Arno Mamminga goes 59.6 In the 100m breaststroke and Ranomi Kromowidjojo 53.6 in the 100m free for meet marks; and in Ireland at nationals, Shane Ryan goes 53 in the 100m backstroke – and U.S. Junior girls impress.

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International meet round-up: Sarah Sjöström topped the bill oil the second day at the Stockholm Open in Sweden with a 24.08 blast in the 50m freestyle; At Japan nationals, Yasuhiro Koseki comp[leted a sweep of breaststroke titles with a 2:08.45 over 200m ahead of a 2:08.86 from world-record holder Ippei Watanabe; In The Hague at the Swim Cup, Arno Mamminga goes 59.6 In the 100m breaststroke and Ranomi Kromowidjojo 53.6 in the 100m free for meet marks; and in Ireland at nationals, Shane Ryan goes 53 in the 100m backstroke – and U.S. Junior girls impress.

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