W200 Breaststroke Semis: Rikke Pedersen Chases Title Beyond Shadow Of Efimova

Rikke Moller Pedersen of Denmark competes in the women's 200m Breaststroke Heats during the FINA Swimming World Championships at Kazan arena in Kazan, Russia, 6 August 2015.

Rikke Pedersen, world record holder from Denmark, took a 2:21.99 ticket to lane 4 in the first line-up before Kanako Watanabe (JPN) clocked 2:22.15 in the second. The defending champion bombed out in heats, in 17th

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Rikke Pedersen, world record holder from Denmark, took a 2:21.99 ticket to lane 4 in the first line-up before Kanako Watanabe (JPN) clocked 2:22.15 in the second. The defending champion bombed out in heats, in 17th

Comments

Felix Sanchez

Good that Victoria Blah Blah missed the final.
How much lira is that worth?

aswimfan

I nominate LUTHERSDOTTIR Hrafnhildur as the most difficult swimmer’s name to pronounce.

Imagine if she’s worlds or olympics medallist, commentator everywhere will have a nightmare. I can already see Rowdy Gaines messed up big time the way John Travolta said “Idina Menzel” at the Oscar.

Wez

Huh raf n hill der Luthers dot tier…

Thats how I say it in any case…

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