Kromovedjogo expands 50 butterfly title with Dutch record: ‘I wish I wanted something harder’ | other sports

World Championship Short CourseRanomi Kromoidjogo raised her title in the 50m Butterfly Race at the World Short Course in Abu Dhabi. She set an Eredivisie and Championship record of 24.44 seconds, slightly higher than the world record (24.38) set by Therese Al Shammar in 2009.




For Cromovidjogo (31) it was her eighth singles world title in the 25m pool. She was ahead of Sarah Sjöström (24.51) and Claire Krzan (24.55, junior world record and US record) on Sunday. Mikey De Ward finished sixth in the final with a score of 25.12.

“As always in a tough fight with Sarah, she never makes it easy for me,” Kromovidjogo said in a quick interview on the edge of the bathroom. She was cheered for her best, but was disappointed that she had just missed the world record. I would have liked it to be more difficult, but I’m very happy with this. ”

Kromovidjogo is now third in the medal standings of all time in the World Short Course Championships with 26 places (14 gold – 8 silver – 4 bronze). Only Ryan Lochte, 38, and Katinka Hoszo, 27, are the richest in decorators. her secret? “Come here on a mission. Always wanting to get better, doing the impossible.”

Dutch men’s bronze medal

The Dutch team won the bronze medal in the men’s 4x50m freestyle swimming. Jesse Potts, Stan Begining, Kenzo Simmons and Tom de Boer came in the 1.23.78 minute. The top four were close together on that relay number. The gold went to Italy (1.23.61), the silver went to Russia (1.23.75) and the USA team fell off the podium (1.23.81). “I was really disappointed, we just went for the gold,” de Boer said.

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Individually, De Boer didn’t make it to the podium either. In the 50-meter freestyle final, won by Briton Ben Proud, he finished fifth. “I was swimming, but the tipping point and penetration were really bad.”

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Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov won the 100m individual medley and 50m backstroke. Anastasia Gorbenko of Israel takes the women’s 100 change world title. Marit Steenbergen finished sixth in her third final of this tournament. China’s Pengjie Li also won the 400 freestyle over the 800 metres. The United States won the men’s 4x200m freestyle relay.

De Waard qualifies for final, empty tube at Toussaint

Maaike de Waard dived under 26s (pr 25.97) for the first time in the 50m backstroke and qualified 4th for the final fight. “That would be a big lottery,” De Ward said. “Everything is very close together and in any case there is a lot of swimming on the back.”

Kyra Toussaint got stuck in the semi-finals for the 10th time. The world record holder’s tube was empty. After the Olympics, the busy short track season soon began. Toussaint won three golds in backstroke at the European Championships in November. After three weeks of good qualifying, she had to miss the ISL final in Eindhoven due to illness and never find that top level again at the World Cup. “I haven’t had the strength all week,” Toussaint said, tearing. , I was able to recharge the relays, but I’m really disappointed about it.”

Nils Korstanje qualified eighth for the 50 Butterfly Final. “It was very close. It is a pleasure to be there. tomorrow is another chance. My first ever singles final in a final,” says Korstanci.

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