The Two Sarahs, Sjöström and Köhler, Excel At Opposite Ends Of Stockholm Spectrum

Sarah Sjöström - in the limelight at Stockholm Open - by Patrick B. Kraemer

The opening day at the Stockholm Open in Sweden belonged to the two Sarahs, the well-known Sarah Sjöström, on 25.11 for a dominant win over 50m butterfly after 25.4 in heats, and Sarah Köhler, the Frankfurt distance ace on 15:59.83 for the first sub-16min effort in the world this year over 1500m freestyle. The top male swims of the day came from Anton Chupkov, on 2:08, and Erik Persson, on 2:09, ion the 200m breaststroke, and a fast fight in the 400m between Henning Mühlleitner, Florian Wellbrock and Victor Johansson, on 3:46 and 3:47

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The opening day at the Stockholm Open in Sweden belonged to the two Sarahs, the well-known Sarah Sjöström, on 25.11 for a dominant win over 50m butterfly after 25.4 in heats, and Sarah Köhler, the Frankfurt distance ace on 15:59.83 for the first sub-16min effort in the world this year over 1500m freestyle. The top male swims of the day came from Anton Chupkov, on 2:08, and Erik Persson, on 2:09, ion the 200m breaststroke, and a fast fight in the 400m between Henning Mühlleitner, Florian Wellbrock and Victor Johansson, on 3:46 and 3:47

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