Chromovitjojo, Dusainte and Cummins win World Cup in Qatar

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Ranomi Chromovitzojo defeated Olympic champion Emma McKeen in the 50m freestyle at the World Cup Short Course Swimming Championships in Doha. Kira Dusaint and Arno Cumminga also recorded victories in Qatar.

Chromovitzojo was 23.46 faster than Olympic champion Australian McKean in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle in Tokyo. Mageon touched 23.54 and his teammate Madison Wilson was third with 23.90. At the Games in Tokyo, ‘Chromo’ lost medals with fourth place.

Dusainte clocked 25.93 in the 50-meter backstroke, so he was more than half a second faster than Holly Bart of Australia (26.47).

Cummings, a two-time bronze medalist, beat German Fabian Swingenshklock (56.63) and Russian Anton Subkov (57.56) in the 100m freestyle with 56.35.

Jesse Butts finished third in the 50-meter freestyle. With a time of 21.13 he had to put up with Russian Vladimir Morozov (20.89) and Australian Kyle Salmers (21.02).

The World Cup in Qatar lasts until Saturday and is the third and final of the season. The last World Cup will be held in Kazan, Russia from October 28 to 30.

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