Norway’s Ingvild Snildal qualifies for the Olympics

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After having improved upon the Norwegian women’s 200 butterfly record twice in the same day, Ingvild Snildal yesterday evening won the 100 butterfly at the Amsterdam Swim Cup 2012, qualifying in 58.32, ahead of home favorite Inge Dekker in 58.41 and Poland’s Otylia Jedrzejczak in 59.63. A bitt off her 56.96 Norwegian record from Rome 2009, but a clear improvement upon her textile record. Via tv2.no.

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