Felipe Silva Sets World Record In 50 Breaststroke


Brazil’s Felipe Silva set a new 50 meter breaststroke long course world record yesterday, and became first man under 27 seconds, when he at the Maria Lenk Trophy meet in Rio de Janeiro swam 26.89, where Cameron van der Burgh’s world record was 27.06. Read SwimInfo.com


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