FINA World Masters Championships: Ten World Records Fall on Days Three and Four

RICCIONE, Italy, June 13. A total of three world records fell during the third day of swimming competition yesterday at the 14th FINA World Masters Championships in Riccione, Italy. Below are the record-breaking swims, as well as the previous records.

Men's 45-49 400 IM
Nicolas Granger, France, 4:44.76
*Old time 4:47.65, Jerome Frentsos, USA, 2010

Men's 40-44 400 IM
Uwe Volk, Germany, 4:43.00
*Old time 4:47.01, Peter Bermel, GBR, 2007

Women's 60-64 200 Free
Laura Val, USA, 2:21.48
*Old time 2:22.86, Laura Val, USA, 2011

Today, seven more world records took a tumble in the women's 50 free, men's and women's 200 IM and women's 50 breast.

Women's 80-84 50 Free
Jane Asher, GBR, 38.60
*Old time 38.64, Gail Roper, USA, 2009

Women's 50-54 200 IM
Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen, France, 2:34.32
*Old time 2:36.62, Cecilia Stanford, RSA, 2011

Men's 60-64 200 IM
Timothy Shead, USA, 2:30.05
*Old time 2:30.72, Fred Schlicher, USA, 2008

Men's 45-49 200 IM
Nicolas Granger, France, 2:11.22
*Old time 2:14.90, Jerome Frentsos, USA, 2010

Women's 50-54 50 Breast
Monica Coro, Italy, 34.18
*Old time 35.00, Monica Coro, Italy, 2012

Women's 65-69 50 Breast
Giurgiza Gabrilo, Croatia, 40.51
*Old time 41.52, Monika Senftleben, Germany, 2009

Women's 80-84 50 Breast
Agnes van Obberghen, Belgium, 49.49
*Old time 49.98, Agnes van Obberghen, Belgium, 2011

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