STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 4. DURING the last finals session of the Swedish Grand Prix held in Stockholm, Johan Johansson and Simon Sjodin both doubled. Meanwhile, Stefan Nystrand put on a show in the men's 50 free.
Johansson first surfaced with the men's 100 breast title in 1:04.57, before capturing the men's 200 IM in 2:08.48. Sjodin also won a pair with triumphs in the men's 100 fly in 54.49, while also taking the men's 200 back in 2:05.88.
Meanwhile, Nystrand just missed dipping under 22 seconds again in the men's 50 free with a winning time of 22.09. He already has the national record with a swift 21.93 from last August.
Nathalie Lindborg (56.59) claimed a close battle with Sarah Sjostrom (56.71) and Claire Hedenskog (56.78) in the women's 100 free, while Mattias Carlsson touched out Linus Junefelt, 1:54.46 to 1:54.54, in the men's 200 free. Sjostrom would later win the women's 100 back in 1:03.79, while Jens Petersson also won a backstroke event with a 27.52 in the men's 50.
Hanna Westrin then touched first in the women's 50 breast with a winning time of 32.27, while Ida Sandin clocked a convincing win in the women's 400 IM in 4:56.17.
In a three-person field, Sofie Gardell earned the women's 200 fly title in 2:20.91, while Rebecka Palm touched out Rebecka Ekelund, 4:28.06 to 4:28.55, in the women's 400 free.
Joline Hostman then snatched the women's 200 breast title in 2:29.11, while Mike Thoren grabbed the men's 1500 free crown in 16:42.90.
Anna-Karin Kammerling wrapped up the women's 50 fly in 26.32 for the win, while