Sebastiaan Verschuren Sets Global Pace At 48.2 As Ranomi Kromowidjojo Cuts A Dash

Sebastiaan Verschuren by Patrick B. Kraemer

After dropping a 48.25 (23.65) meet record and season world-ranks topper, Sebastiaan Verschuren led the way to the final of the 100m free at the SwimCup Eindhoven with a 48.46 (23.73) in the semi; Ranomi Kromowidjojo stole the show in the finals with a 24.35 win in the 50m freestyle ahead of a 24.57 from Femke Heemskerk

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After dropping a 48.25 (23.65) meet record and season world-ranks topper, Sebastiaan Verschuren led the way to the final of the 100m free at the SwimCup Eindhoven with a 48.46 (23.73) in the semi; Ranomi Kromowidjojo stole the show in the finals with a 24.35 win in the 50m freestyle ahead of a 24.57 from Femke Heemskerk

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Verram

Hopefully the Aussies can match some of those fast times 🙂

Rafael

Tomorrow we might see some french matching it, we still have the aussies, Brazilians and I think the Russians and Italians..

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