Kristel Köbrich set a world-leading championship record at the Spanish Open today, with a time of 16:02.01 in the 1500 meter freestyle, not so far off her Chilean and South American record 15:57.57. And in the 100 butterfly, 16-year-old Judit Ignacio set a Spanish record, with at time of 59.21, erasing Angela San Juan’s 59.60 record from 2009. Read more here on SwimNews.com.
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