One Record Falls on First Day of Danish Short Course Nationals

By Bo Hultén

AARHUS, Denmark, March 25. ONE record was broken on the first day of competition at the Danish Short Course Championships in Aarhus Thursday evening.

Lotte Friis swam 400m freestyle in 4.11.81, just beating out veteran butterflyer Mette Jacobsen, who was second in 4.11.97

Jacob Carstensen won the 200 IM in 2.01.50 in the top men's performance of the day.

RESULTS

200m backstroke women
1 Louise Ørnstedt 1985 2:12.46
2 Kathrine Jørgensen 1983 2:14.42
3 Frederikke Glæsner 1986 2:15.59

200m backstroke men
1 Anders Frahm 1983 2:00.91
2 Svend Erik Andersen 1981 2:02.71
2 Martin Jensen 1983 2:02.71

50m free women
1 Annette Hansen 1984 25.68
2 Micha Østergaard 1987 26.07
3 Eva Landstrøm 1986 26.22

50m free men
1 Michael Poulsen 1981 23.19
2 Jakob Andkjær 1985 23.29
3 Søren Christensen 198423.40

200m IM women
1 Louise Jansen 1984 2:14.97
2 Line Jensen 1981 2:19.85
3 Kathrine Jørgensen 1983 2:20.63

200m IM men
1 Jacob Carstensen 1978 2:01.50
2 Kristian Outinen 1983 2:04.30
3 Svend Erik Andersen 1981 2:04.50

400m free women
1 Lotte Friis 1988 4:11.81 National Juniorrecord
2 Mette Jacobsen 1973 4:11.97
3 Charlotte Johannsen 1988 4:21.61

800m free men
1 Mads Glæsner 1988 8:08.38
2 Jon Rud 1986 8:09.95
3 Daniel Jakobsen 1980 8:27.54

4x200m free men
1 West Swim Esbjerg 1985 7:24.51
2 Sigma Ns 1 1980 7:33.72
3 Agf-1 1980 7:33.74

4x50m free women
1.Lyngby Damer 1 1:44.10
2 West Swim Esbjerg 1:46.24
3 Sigma Ns 2 1:46.37

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