Danas Rapsys of Lithuania made his 200 meters swimming record as the International Swimming Federation Swimming WC stage in Singapore decided to qualify for Olympic 2020. Olympic lovers from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Modern Pentathlon lovers can book Olympic Aquatic Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on reduced prices.
The world small sequence champion over 400 meters set a WC record of 1 minute 45.74 seconds at the first stage of the series in Olympic 2020 but was a second faster at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, claiming gold in 1:44.38. Australian Thomas Fraser Holmes was second in 1:48.69, with Jiwen Cao of China 3rd in 1:50.56.
After taking 6 wins in the pool in the past, the Australian team demanded an additional four headings on the third and final day. Three-time world champion Mitch Larkin trailed up his 200 meters combination win by taking 100 meters to crawl glory in 53.47 seconds.
Michael Andrew of the USA ended seconds in 54.29 and Australian Tristan Jason Hollard made bronze in 54.93. Andrew won in the 50 meters butterfly competition as he detained off Hungarian Sebastian Szabo by 0.07 to seal gold in 23.07.
Yauhen Tsurkin of Belarus gained bronze in 23.74. Fraser-Holmes rushed strong to victory the 400 meters combination race in 4:17.54 as China’s Yihze Wang took silver. Wang ended in 4:25.32 and Wilrich Coetzee of New Zealand do the podium at 4:29.17.
Emily Seebohm of Australia, 3rd in the total series standings at the finish of the second stage in Jinan, trailed up yesterday’s 100 meters crawl conquest by winning the 200-meter backstroke in 2:10.50. Toto Kwan to Wong of Hong Kong was second in 2:15.79 as American Erica Sullivan grabbed bronze in 2:17.78.
Sullivan demanded the 800 meters freestyle gold in 8:26.60 as Maddy Gough and Moesha Johnson ended second and third for Australia in 8:31.98 and 8:44.95, correspondingly.
Sullivan teamed up with Andrew, Breeja Larsson and Giles Smith to victory the 4×100 meters medley relay in 3:52.17. Australia derived second in 3:53.09 and China grabbed third in 3:58.43.