swimming: World Cup continues in Gwangju, South Korea, and has an intriguing race, when our swimmers preparing for the Tokyo 2020. Ariarne Titmus came out of the fire this time, and will now look like this.
Tsitmas sends warning Ledetskamu
Australian Ar & # 39; Jarno Tsitmus dropped from an American roulette large Kathy Ledeki with a spectacular competition in the freestyle 400 meters at the World Swimming Championships in South Korea. World number 2 Titus spent four minutes, 02.42 seconds to qualify for the second fastest for the finals on Sunday evening on the first morning eight titles – in just half a second, which is lagging behind the top Ledeki seeds.
Five-time Olympic champion Ledeki not lost if an international meeting of more than 400 meters, 800 meters and 1500 meters freestyle. But the 14-time world champion will be looking over his shoulder after Tsitmus hold its fastest morning.
"I support myself, I have enough to make a really good swim today," said Tytmus.
Olympic champion Mack Horton traveled on freestyle 400-meter men overcame a disappointing national test form to claim the fifth place in Sunday's final. Australian teammate Jack McLaughlin admitted on a personal level, to take third place after the first selection, a controversial Chinese star Sun Yang.
The warm Horton in 3: 45.51 was almost a second faster than his second place in the 400 meters at the ordeal last month. Horton joined the World title the team only in the opinion of coach Jacques Verheren after did not take part in freestyle at 200, 400 and 800 m.
"The trials were not strong reflection of how I practiced, so it was a bit disappointing," – Horton said. "We thought that we probably need a little more rest (in trials), but I guess we did not – I think that now it adsartavali".
Horton resumed his rivalry with the Sun, who resigned as the Australian "drug fraud" at the Olympic Games in Rio, before you qualify for a shock free style 400 meters. In September last year, the sun was allowed to compete with the Court of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, where he faces charges that in September last year, he accused that he hit a vial of blood hammer.
Australia has the highest qualifications for the finals of the women relay 4×100 m freestyle on Sunday.
Apparently, Brianna Throssell won swimming with Media Wilson, to fill the vacancy created in connection with the late Jack Shane output after a fast heat. Australia ranked fourth in the freestyle finals of the men's 4x100m.
On the eve of the semi-finals on Sunday evening the world number 2 Emma McKeon was the second fastest in the 100-meter matyltsy and Matthew Wilson was sixth fastest in the 100-meter breaststroke.