FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 | Day 1 Singapore #SWC19

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New World Cup Record by Russia’s Vladimir Morozov in the Men’s 50m Freestyle! Beating his own record from last year in Kazan, the new bar was set at 21.27 on day one of leg 3 of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 in Singapore.

In the women’s 200m butterfly on day 1 of the 3rd leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 in Singapore, Katinka Hosszu prevailed over countrywoman Zsuszanna Jakabos by .41 seconds. “It’s really good for me to have one gold already, on the first day,” said Hosszu, who will be competing in four more events. Singapore teenager Quah Jing Wen placed third with a personal best of 2:10.26.

USA’s Andrew Wilson won in style in the Men’s 100m Breaststroke on day one of leg 3 of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 Singapore! With a time of 58.93 he was well ahead of Italy’s Nicolo Martinenghi and Andrius Sidlauskas from Lituania.

In the women’s 50m backstroke at leg 3 of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 in Singapore, Holly Barratt of Australia won with a time of 27.95 seconds, followed by Hong Kong’s Au Hoi Shun Stephanie and Emily Seebohm of Australia who were separated by .02 seconds to take second and third, respectively. Seebohm had won this event at the first series stop, in Tokyo.

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