Lithuania’s Danas Rapsys broke the European Short Course Swimming Champs men’s 400 meters freestyle record to win gold on the opening day of contesting in Glasgow to eligible for Olympic 2020. Olympic fans from all over the world are called to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympics Aquatics fans can book Olympic Aquatics Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on cheap prices.
Rapsys formed an impressive presentation, as the 20th version of the Champs in progress at Toll cross International Swimming Centre. The 24-year-old motorized to victory in a time of 3 minutes 33.20 seconds, dropping the advertisement of 3:34.55 set by Germany’s Paul Biedermann back in 2009. It was Rapsys’ second gold award at the Championships after he won the men’s 200 meters freestyle name two years ago in Copenhagen.
Britain’s Thomas Dean ended a runner-up, clocking 3:37.95, while Italy’s Gabriele Detti placed third in 3:38.06. Hungarian star Katinka Hosszu succeeded in the women’s 400 meters distinct medley, with a time of 4:25.10 making her a 17th gold medal at the event for qualification to Olympic 2020.
She controlled a Hungarian one-two, with Zsuzsanna Jakabos placing second in 4:28.76, while Italy’s Ilaria Cusinato finished the podium at 4:29.13. Poland’s Radosław Kawecki won the men’s 200m breaststroke title for the fifth time in his career, as the 28-year-old ended in a winning time of 1:49.26.
Germany’s Christian Diener and Britain’s Luke Green bank ended the Diving games places, after ending in times of 1:50.05 and 1:50.09, correspondingly. Italy’s Benedetto Pilato, who won World Aquatics Championship silver previously this year at age 14, won in the women 50m crawl final. Pilato understood a world junior record time of 29.32 to win the event.
Her team-mate Martina Carraro located second in 29.60, while Ireland’s Mona McSharry was 3rd in 29.87. Russian star Vladimir Morozov gained the men’s contesting in a Championship record 25.51, with Turkey’s Emera Sakci extensive in second in 25.83.
Bronze was demanded by The Netherlands’ Arno Kamminga, who ended in 25.84. Morozov payback to the lake to help Russia win the men 4×50 meters freestyle relay in a time of 1 minute 22.92 seconds. Poland and Italy ended the highest three in 1:23.74 and 1:24.50, correspondingly.