Filipino tankers Luke Gebbie and Remedy Rule are the leaders of Philippine Swimming in meeting all requirements for the Tokyo Olympic after their record-breaking exhibitions in the 2019 FINA World Champions in Gwanju, South Korea.
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Filipino-American Remedy Rule who broke two of the 5 Philippine senior records in the challenge timed 2 minutes and 11.38 seconds in the ladies’ 200m fly that made the Olympic 2020 Selection Time B cut of 2:12.28. Filipino-Kiwi Luke Gebbie’s Philippine record in the men’s 100m free-form (49.94) additionally outperformed the OST B of the occasion of 50.03.
A nation can just send one B-slice swimmer for every occasion to the Tokyo Olympic, yet the swimmers are as yet offered opportunities to make the Qualifying Time A (QT-An) until the window closes.
Last February, Fédération international de natation (FINA) endorsed the nation’s facilitating of 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games swimming competition as an Olympic passing occasion without precedent for the historical backdrop of the provincial biennial meet. Rule and Gebbie will support their offer for a SEA Games billet in the 2019 Philippine Open that will be held in New Clark City Aquatics Center in Capas from August 31 to September 3.
This fills in as Philippine Swimming Inc’s (PSI) qualifying meet for the 2019 SEA Games designation, which will likewise test the official setting to be utilized for the local biennial meet’s swimming competition on December 4 to 9. Past SEA Games medalists James Deiparine, Roxanne Yu, and Jasmine Alkhaldi, just as double cross Olympian Jessie Lacuna and Nicole Oliva will strive for an arrival to the squad.
Nearby champions Sacho Ilustre, Jerard Jacinto and Xiandi Chua are additionally scheduled to go after a lady compartment in the 2019 SEA Games swimming competition.