Wildeboer Sets 100 Backstroke WR


Spain’s Aschwin Wildeboer set a new long course 100 backstroke world record today, at the Mediterranean Games in Pescara, with a time of 52.38, where Aaron Peirsol’s world record was 52.54. Read SwimNews.com


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