2019 Sette Colli Trophy: Pellegrini Swims 1:55 200 Free For 4th Fastest in World, Koch Puts Up 2:07 200 Breast

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The final night of the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome featured 11 total events. Meet records fell the way to Margherita Panziera in the 200 back, Marco Koch in the 200 breast and Daiya Seto and Katinka Hosszu in the 200 IM. Federica Pellegrini also moved to fourth in the world rankings in the 200 free while Hosszu had the world leading time in the 200 IM.

Michael Andrew also moved up the world rankings with a season best in the 50 fly Rika Omoto and Femke Heemskerk also moved up with season bests although they did not win their respective events.

Men’s 200 Back

Great Britain’s Brodie Williams started the final session of the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome with a 1:56.26 in the 200 back. The time is a new season best for Williams, who is now ranked ninth in the world with his swim. He finished ahead of Hungary’s Adam Telegdy (1:57.53) and Brazil’s Leonardo De Deus (1:57.62).

1  GBR WILLIAMS Brodie
(1999) 
MILLFIELD SCHOOL
27.03 55.98 (1)
28.95
1:25.78 (1)
29.80
1:56.26
30.48
2  HUN TELEGDY Adam
(1995) 
UNGHERIA
27.42 56.80 (2)
29.38
1:27.04 (2)
30.24
1:57.53
30.49
3  BRA DE DEUS Leonardo
(1991) 
BRASILE
28.27 58.06 (4)
29.79
1:28.12 (3)
30.06
1:57.62
29.50
4  ITA MENCARINI Luca
(1995) 
GS Fiamme Oro/Circolo Canottieri Aniene
27.87 57.77 (3)
29.90
1:28.21 (4)
30.44
1:58.45
30.24
5  ITA CICCARESE Christopher
(1990) 
GS Fiamme Oro/Circolo Canottieri Aniene
27.87 58.14 (5)
30.27
1:28.79 (5)
30.65
1:58.97
30.18
6  FRA ORANGE Maxence
(1998) 
FRANCIA
27.89 58.62 (6)
30.73
1:29.72 (7)
31.10
1:59.80
30.08
7  ITA MORA Lorenzo
(1998) 
GS Fiamme Rosse/Amici Nuoto VVFF Modena
28.33 58.67 (7)
30.34
1:29.47 (6)
30.80
2:00.78
31.31
8  FRA HERLEM Antoine
(1999) 
FRANCIA
28.57 59.09 (8)
30.52
1:30.82 (8)
31.73
2:02.03
31.21

Women’s 200 Back

Italy’s Margherita Panziera broke the meet record in the 200 back on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome with a 2:06.87. The swim lowered her own meet record of 2:07.16 from 2018 as she has been faster this year at 2:05.72. Panziera currently has the fastest time in the world for 2019. She finished almost two full seconds in front of 2016 Olympic silver medalist Katinka Hosszu (2:08.83) of Hungary. Hosszu currently sits fifth in the world with a 2:06.94 from the FINA Champions Series in Indianapolis.

Spain’s Africa Zamorano (2:10.56) finished in third place as she is currently 18th in the world with a 2:09.60.

1  ITA PANZIERA Margherita
(1995) 
ITALIA
30.52 1:02.37 (2)
31.85
1:34.87 (1)
32.50
2:06.87
32.00
CR
2  HUN HOSSZU Katinka
(1989) 
UNGHERIA
30.06 1:02.35 (1)
32.29
1:35.79 (2)
33.44
2:08.83
33.04
3  ESP ZAMORANO SANZ Africa
(1998) 
REAL FED.ESP. DE NATACION
30.67 1:03.57 (3)
32.90
1:37.30 (3)
33.73
2:10.56
33.26
4  GER LAEMMLER Nadine
(1994) 
NECKARSULMER SPORT UNION
31.15 1:04.82 (5)
33.67
1:39.27 (5)
34.45
2:13.57
34.30
5  ISR BARZELAY Aviv
(2002) 
ISRAELE
30.97 1:04.26 (4)
33.29
1:39.12 (4)
34.86
2:13.99
34.87
6  ITA PARUSCIO Letizia
(1996) 
Circolo Canottieri Aniene
31.42 1:05.36 (6)
33.94
1:39.72 (6)
34.36
2:14.54
34.82
7  ITA RAMATELLI Giulia
(2000) 
Centro Sportivo Esercito/Tiro a Volo Nuoto ssd
31.74 1:05.88 (8)
34.14
1:40.43 (7)
34.55
2:14.86
34.43
8  ITA PISTELLI Jasmin
(2002) 
Nuoto Livorno
31.62 1:05.64 (7)
34.02
1:40.50 (8)
34.86
2:16.16
35.66

Men’s 50 Fly

USA’s Michael Andrew continued to show his strengths in the 50s with a win in the 50 fly on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome. Andrew swam a 23.09 which is a new season best, lowering his 23.11 from the FINA Champions Series. Andrew is currently ranked sixth in the world for 2019 with that swim. Andrew finished ahead of Hungary’s Szebasztian Szabo (23.51) and Poland’s Konrad Czerniak (23.52).

1  USA ANDREW Michael
(1999) 
RACE PACE CLUB
23.09
2  HUN SZABO Szebasztian
(1996) 
UNGHERIA
23.51
3  POL CZERNIAK Konrad
(1989) 
NECKARSULMER SPORT UNION
23.52
4  ITA CODIA Piero
(1989) 
ITALIA
23.65
5  ITA D’ANGELO Daniele
(1995) 
Marina Militare CS Nuoto/Circolo Canottieri Aniene
23.72
6  NED GOOSEN Mathys
(1996) 
OLANDA
23.75
7  ISR SCHLESINGER Marcus John
(1991) 
HAPOEL DOLPHIN NETANYA
23.87
8  ITA GARGANI Lorenzo
(2000) 
CUS Udine asd
23.93

2019 World Rankings:

  1. Nicholas Santos, BRA, 22.60
  2. Oleg Kostin, RUS, 22.74
  3. Andrii Govorov, UKR, 22.87
  4. Szebasztian Szabo, HUN, 22.99
  5. Andrey Zhilkin, RUS, 23.06
  6. Michael Andrew, USA, 23.09
  7. William Yang, AUS, 23.23
  8. Caeleb Dressel, USA, 23.24

Women’s 200 Fly

Hungary’s Boglarka Kapas almost led a clean sweep for the Hungarians as she touched first in 2:07.71 on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome. Kapas finished in front of Zsuzsanna Jakabos (2:08.94) and Liliana Szilagyi (2:09.19). Hungary’s Blanka Berecz (2:11.14) ended up in fifth as the Hungarians could not sweep the first four spots.

Kapas currently sits eighth in the world at 2:07.37 with her swim from March. She was the European Champion in 2018 in the 200 fly.

1  HUN KAPAS Boglarka
(1993) 
UNGHERIA
29.76 1:02.30 (2)
32.54
1:34.50 (1)
32.20
2:07.71
33.21
2  HUN JAKABOS Zsuzsanna
(1989) 
UNGHERIA
28.94 1:01.94 (1)
33.00
1:35.02 (2)
33.08
2:08.94
33.92
3  HUN SZILAGYI Liliana
(1996) 
UNGHERIA
29.44 1:02.80 (4)
33.36
1:35.84 (3)
33.04
2:09.19
33.35
4  ITA ANNIS Francesca
(1996) 
Gestisport Coop ssd
29.85 1:03.14 (5)
33.29
1:36.94 (5)
33.80
2:10.91
33.97
5  HUN BERECZ Blanka
(2002) 
UNGHERIA
29.41 1:02.66 (3)
33.25
1:36.61 (4)
33.95
2:11.14
34.53
6  ITA PIANO DEL BALZO Roberta
(1998) 
Sporting Club Flegreo
30.07 1:03.64 (6)
33.57
1:37.38 (6)
33.74
2:11.39
34.01
7  ITA POLIERI Alessia
(1994) 
Fiamme Gialle – Nuoto/Imolanuoto
30.00 1:03.93 (7)
33.93
1:38.15 (8)
34.22
2:12.11
33.96
8  ITA LUPERI Marina
(1999) 
Nuoto Livorno
30.48 1:04.31 (8)
33.83
1:38.08 (7)
33.77
2:12.69
34.61

Men’s 200 Breast

Germany’s Marco Koch won the 200 breast final on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome with a 2:07.96. Koch was able to break the meet record that he originally set all the way back in 2012. Koch’s old meet record was a 2:08.74. He now sits in a tie for fifth in the world rankings for 2019 with Ross Murdoch as he previously sat 12th at 2:08.72. Koch was the 2015 World Champion in the 200 breast.

Japan’s Yasuhiro Koseki had been leading for 150 meters before tying up on the final 50. He finished in second at 2:09.02 as he was off his season best of 2:08.05. Italy’s Luca Pizzini (2:10.46) finished in third place.

1  GER KOCH Marco
(1990) 
SG FRANKFURT
29.74 1:02.49 (3)
32.75
1:35.24 (2)
32.75
2:07.96
32.72
CR
2  JPN KOSEKI Yasuhiro
(1992) 
GIAPPONE
28.88 1:01.52 (1)
32.64
1:35.05 (1)
33.53
2:09.02
33.97
3  ITA PIZZINI Luca
(1989) 
ITALIA
29.46 1:02.78 (4)
33.32
1:36.59 (3)
33.81
2:10.46
33.87
4  NED KAMMINGA Arno
(1995) 
OLANDA
29.94 1:02.40 (2)
32.46
1:36.63 (4)
34.23
2:11.20
34.57
5  ITA GIORGETTI Edoardo
(1989) 
GS Fiamme Oro/Circolo Canottieri Aniene
29.77 1:03.33 (6)
33.56
1:37.39 (6)
34.06
2:11.77
34.38
6  FRA VIQUERAT Antoine
(1998) 
FRANCIA
29.50 1:02.99 (5)
33.49
1:37.19 (5)
34.20
2:11.94
34.75
7  HUN HORVATH David
(1996) 
UNGHERIA
29.93 1:03.67 (8)
33.74
1:37.86 (8)
34.19
2:12.08
34.22
8  ITA FUSCO Alessandro
(2000) 
Swimming Club Alessandria
29.77 1:03.38 (7)
33.61
1:37.59 (7)
34.21
2:12.27
34.68

2019 World Rankings:

  1. Anton Chupkov, RUS, 2:07.00
  2. Ippei Watanabe, JPN, 2:07.02
  3. Matthew Wilson, AUS, 2:07.16
  4. James Wilby, GBR, 2:07.49
  5. Marco Koch, GER, 2:07.96
  6. Ross Murdoch, GBR, 2:07.96
  7. Yasuhiro Koseki, JPN, 2:08.05
  8. Kirill Prigoda, RUS, 2:08.21

Women’s 200 Breast

Spain’s Jessica Vall came back to win the 200 breast on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome with a 2:24.51. Vall ran down Fanny Lecluyse (2:24.77) of Belgium and Italy’s Francesca Fangio (2:25.19). Vall is now tied for 17th in the world rankings with Emily Escobedo. Lecluyse was just off her season best time of 2:24.73.

1  ESP VALL MONTERO Jessica
(1988) 
REAL FED.ESP. DE NATACION
33.60 1:10.92 (3)
37.32
1:48.43 (3)
37.51
2:24.51
36.08
2  BEL LECLUYSE Fanny
(1992) 
BELGIO
33.53 1:10.75 (1)
37.22
1:47.95 (1)
37.20
2:24.77
36.82
3  ITA FANGIO Francesca
(1995) 
In Sport Rane Rosse
33.67 1:10.80 (2)
37.13
1:48.34 (2)
37.54
2:25.19
36.85
4  ITA CARRARO Martina
(1993) 
ITALIA
33.66 1:11.45 (6)
37.79
1:49.98 (7)
38.53
2:26.43
36.45
5  GER STEIGER Jessica
(1992) 
SV NORDRHEIN – WESTFALEN
33.62 1:11.03 (4)
37.41
1:48.75 (4)
37.72
2:27.13
38.38
6  GER KRONIGER Anna
(2000) 
SV NORDRHEIN – WESTFALEN
33.84 1:11.28 (5)
37.44
1:49.09 (5)
37.81
2:27.44
38.35
7  ITA SCARCELLA Ilaria
(1993) 
GS Fiamme Oro/Circolo Canottieri Aniene
33.33 1:11.74 (8)
38.41
1:49.90 (6)
38.16
2:28.71
38.81
8  ITA FOFFI Natalia
(1997) 
In Sport Rane Rosse
33.53 1:11.68 (7)
38.15
1:50.44 (8)
38.76
2:29.82
39.38

Men’s 200 Free

Italy’s Matteo Ciampi and Brazil’s Breno Correia tied for first in the 200 free on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome with a 1:47.62. Those two were in a tight race with Italy’s Stefano Di Cola (1:47.78) who finished in third and Hungary’s Dominik Kozma (1:47.91), who was leading through 150 meters. The time is a new season best for Ciampi who is now 37th in the world for 2019. Correia has been quicker at 1:46.65.

1  ITA CIAMPI Matteo
(1996) 
Centro Sportivo Esercito/Nuoto Livorno
25.33 52.71 (5)
27.38
1:20.46 (4)
27.75
1:47.62
27.16
1  BRA CORREIA Breno
(1999) 
BRASILE
25.29 52.40 (2)
27.11
1:20.14 (2)
27.74
1:47.62
27.48
3  ITA DI COLA Stefano
(1998) 
Marina Militare CS Nuoto/Circolo Canottieri Aniene
25.31 52.61 (4)
27.30
1:20.51 (5)
27.90
1:47.78
27.27
4  HUN KOZMA Dominik
(1991) 
UNGHERIA
24.68 52.15 (1)
27.47
1:20.02 (1)
27.87
1:47.91
27.89
5  ITA BALLO Stefano
(1993) 
Amici Nuoto VVFF Modena
24.94 52.42 (3)
27.48
1:20.42 (3)
28.00
1:48.17
27.75
6  ITA ZUIN Mattia
(1996) 
ITALIA
25.53 53.01 (6)
27.48
1:20.89 (6)
27.88
1:48.35
27.46
7  ITA BELOTTI Marco
(1988) 
Centro Sp.vo Carabinieri/Circolo Canottieri Aniene
25.26 53.25 (7)
27.99
1:21.37 (7)
28.12
1:49.16
27.79
8  GER ZELLMANN Poul
(1995) 
SV NORDRHEIN – WESTFALEN
25.57 53.25 (7)
27.68
1:21.63 (8)
28.38
1:49.36
27.73

Women’s 200 Free

Federica Pellegrini swam a 1:55.42 in the 200 free on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome. The time is the fourth fastest in the world this year behind Ariarne Titmus (1:54.30), Emma McKeon (1:54.55) and Sarah Sjostrom (1:55.39).

Pellegrini, swimming in the same pool where she set the current world record (1:52.98), insisted she is not going to be done with the 200 free if she still felt she was competitive. She is now fourth in the world rankings and has a chance to win a medal in this event at Worlds for the eighth straight Championships.

Pellegrini won ahead of Femke Heemskerk (1:56.35) and Hungary’s Ajna Kesely (1:58.14). Heemskerk is now sixth in the world rankings, lowering her season best of 1:56.48 from early June.

1  ITA PELLEGRINI Federica
(1988) 
ITALIA
27.12 56.33 (1)
29.21
1:26.26 (1)
29.93
1:55.42
29.16
2  NED HEEMSKERK Femke
(1987) 
OLANDA
27.19 56.39 (2)
29.20
1:26.48 (2)
30.09
1:56.35
29.87
3  HUN KESELY Ajna
(2001) 
UNGHERIA
27.99 57.65 (3)
29.66
1:27.72 (3)
30.07
1:58.14
30.42
4  JPN IGARASHI Chihiro
(1995) 
GIAPPONE
27.62 57.71 (4)
30.09
1:28.41 (5)
30.70
1:58.26
29.85
5  GER MROZINSKI Julia
(2000) 
SGS HAMBURG
27.60 58.50 (6)
30.90
1:29.38 (7)
30.88
1:59.32
29.94
6  BRA LYRIO Manuella
(1989) 
BRASILE
27.97 57.73 (5)
29.76
1:28.40 (4)
30.67
1:59.73
31.33
7  ITA CAPONI Linda
(1998) 
Centro Sp.vo Carabinieri/Team Nuoto Toscana Empoli
28.37 58.56 (7)
30.19
1:29.23 (6)
30.67
1:59.84
30.61
8  GER FOOS Reva
(1993) 
SG FRANKFURT
28.29 58.70 (8)
30.41
1:29.54 (8)
30.84
2:00.11
30.57

2019 World Rankings:

  1. Ariarne Titmus, AUS, 1:54.30
  2. Emma McKeon, AUS, 1:54.55
  3. Sarah Sjostrom, SWE, 1:55.39
  4. Federica Pellegrini, ITA, 1:55.42
  5. Katie Ledecky, USA, 1:55.78
  6. Femke Heemskerk, NED, 1:56.35
  7. Shayna Jack, AUS, 1:56.37
  8. Katie McLaughlin, USA, 1:56.48

Men’s 200 IM

Japan’s Daiya Seto, fresh off a stellar 400 IM on Saturday, broke the meet record in the 200 IM on Sunday at the 2019 Sette Colli in Rome. Seto swam a 1:57.11 to lower the meet record of 1:57.54 that he set in 2017. Seto has been faster this year with a 1:56.69 from April. He currently sits fourth in the world rankings with that time.

Israel’s Yakov Toumarkin (2:00.06) finished in second while Italy’s Alberto Razzetti (2:00.41) was third.

1  JPN SETO Daiya
(1994) 
GIAPPONE
25.11 54.57 (1)
29.46
1:28.43 (1)
33.86
1:57.11
28.68
CR
2  ISR TOUMARKIN Yakov Yan
(1992) 
ISRAELE
25.34 54.96 (2)
29.62
1:30.35 (2)
35.39
2:00.06
29.71
3  ITA RAZZETTI Alberto
(1999) 
Fiamme Gialle – Nuoto/Genova Nuoto My Sport
25.69 56.24 (3)
30.55
1:31.23 (3)
34.99
2:00.41
29.18
4  HUN VERRASZTO David
(1988) 
UNGHERIA
26.36 57.10 (4)
30.74
1:31.46 (4)
34.36
2:01.02
29.56
5  ITA PELIZZARI Matteo
(1991) 
Circolo Canottieri Aniene
26.27 57.98 (6)
31.71
1:31.85 (5)
33.87
2:01.19
29.34
6  LUX STACCHIOTTI Raphael
(1992) 
LUSSEMBURGO
26.09 58.04 (7)
31.95
1:32.88 (8)
34.84
2:01.45
28.57
7  NED KNIPPING Arjan
(1994) 
OLANDA
26.57 58.51 (8)
31.94
1:32.43 (6)
33.92
2:01.61
29.18
8  ITA SORRISO Giovanni
(1992) 
Circolo Canottieri Aniene
26.41 57.93 (5)
31.52
1:32.51 (7)
34.58
2:01.69
29.18

Women’s 200 IM

Katinka Hosszu continued the meet record streak with one of her own in the 200 IM at the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome. Hosszu swam a 2:08.28 to get under the meet record of 2:09.01 she set this morning. Hosszu lowered her season best of 2:08.50 that she had at the FINA Champions Series in Indianapolis in May. She was off her world record of 2:06.12 from 2015 but she is in a much better place than she was in 2018, only managing a 2:10 at Europeans last summer.

With four weeks to go until the 2019 World Championships, Hosszu is looking to win her fourth straight 200 IM world title. Only Hosszu (400 IM) and Sarah Sjostrom (100 fly) have ever won the same event at the World Championships four times. A couple other swimmers have a chance to join that club this summer including Katie Ledecky (400, 800, 1500 free), Sun Yang (400, 800 free) and Federica Pellegrini (200 free).

Hosszu is currently leading the world rankings for 2019 ahead of Canada’s Sydney Pickrem (2:08.61) and Japan’s Yui Ohashi (2:09.14).

Japan’s Rika Omoto (2:09.73) was second as she improved on her season best of 2:09.91 from April to sit fifth in the world for 2019. Switzerland’s Maria Ugolkova (2:12.12) was third.

1  HUN HOSSZU Katinka
(1989) 
UNGHERIA
28.03 1:01.17 (2)
33.14
1:38.22 (1)
37.05
2:08.28
30.06
CR
2  JPN OMOTO Rika
(1997) 
GIAPPONE
27.86 1:00.98 (1)
33.12
1:38.93 (2)
37.95
2:09.73
30.80
3  SUI UGOLKOVA Maria
(1989) 
SC USTER WALLISELLEN
28.23 1:01.46 (3)
33.23
1:40.38 (3)
38.92
2:12.12
31.74
4  TUR GUNES Viktoria Zeynep
(1998) 
ENERGY STANDARD
29.28 1:05.29 (6)
36.01
1:42.59 (5)
37.30
2:13.81
31.22
5  ITA FRANCESCHI Sara
(1999) 
Fiamme Gialle – Nuoto/Nuoto Livorno
28.49 1:02.11 (4)
33.62
1:42.34 (4)
40.23
2:14.79
32.45
6  ITA TROMBETTI Luisa
(1993) 
GS Fiamme Oro/Rari Nantes Torino
29.71 1:05.52 (7)
35.81
1:44.59 (7)
39.07
2:15.94
31.35
7  ITA COCCONCELLI Costanza
(2002) 
Nuoto Cl.Azzurra 91 – BO
28.38 1:02.41 (5)
34.03
1:42.99 (6)
40.58
2:16.11
33.12
8  GER HUETHER Marlene
(1998) 
NECKARSULMER SPORT UNION
29.20 1:06.26 (8)
37.06
1:46.45 (8)
40.19
2:20.95
34.50

2019 World Rankings:

  1. Katinka Hosszu, HUN, 2:08.28
  2. Sydney Pickrem, CAN, 2:08.61
  3. Yui Ohashi, JPN, 2:09.14
  4. Ye Shiwen, CHN, 2:09.24
  5. Rika Omoto, JPN, 2:09.73
  6. Kim Seoyeong, KOR, 2:09.97
  7. Madisyn Cox, USA, 2:10.27
  8. Siobhan O’Connor, GBR, 2:10.34

Men’s 1500 Free

Brazil’s Guilherme Costa dipped under 15:00 to close out the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome to swim a 14:59.91. It was the first time Costa had been under 15:00 this year as he is now 14th in the world for 2019. Costa was just off his own Brazilian record of 14:59.01 that he set in 2017. Costa finished ahead of Denmark’s Anton Ipsen (15:05.56) and Italy’s Domenico Acerenza (15:05.66).

1  BRA COSTA Guilherme
(1998) 
BRASILE
27.48 (1)
27.48
56.93 (1)
29.45
1:26.98 (1)
30.05
1:57.11 (1)
30.13
2:27.28 (1)
30.17
2:57.45 (1)
30.17
3:27.40 (1)
29.95
3:57.60 (1)
30.20
14:59.91
29.13
4:27.58 (1)
29.98
4:57.76 (1)
30.18
5:27.92 (1)
30.16
5:58.14 (1)
30.22
6:28.24 (1)
30.10
6:58.55 (1)
30.31
7:28.72 (1)
30.17
7:59.14 (1)
30.42
8:29.21 (1)
30.07
8:59.49 (1)
30.28
9:29.48 (1)
29.99
9:59.84 (1)
30.36
10:30.10 (1)
30.26
11:00.15 (1)
30.05
11:30.28 (1)
30.13
12:00.46 (1)
30.18
12:30.66 (1)
30.20
13:00.81 (1)
30.15
13:30.85 (1)
30.04
14:01.05 (1)
30.20
14:30.78 (1)
29.73
2  DEN IPSEN Anton Oerskov
(1994) 
DANIMARCA
28.71 (6)
28.71
59.51 (8)
30.80
1:30.16 (6)
30.65
2:00.78 (6)
30.62
2:31.60 (6)
30.82
3:02.06 (6)
30.46
3:32.57 (6)
30.51
4:02.90 (7)
30.33
15:05.56
27.79
4:33.28 (7)
30.38
5:03.13 (6)
29.85
5:33.56 (5)
30.43
6:03.47 (5)
29.91
6:33.87 (5)
30.40
7:03.75 (4)
29.88
7:34.18 (4)
30.43
8:04.41 (3)
30.23
8:34.66 (3)
30.25
9:04.84 (3)
30.18
9:35.16 (3)
30.32
10:05.34 (3)
30.18
10:35.81 (3)
30.47
11:05.89 (3)
30.08
11:36.53 (3)
30.64
12:06.59 (3)
30.06
12:36.96 (3)
30.37
13:07.26 (2)
30.30
13:37.70 (2)
30.44
14:07.82 (2)
30.12
14:37.77 (2)
29.95
3  ITA ACERENZA Domenico
(1995) 
ITALIA
28.77 (8)
28.77
59.48 (7)
30.71
1:30.48 (7)
31.00
2:01.12 (7)
30.64
2:31.91 (7)
30.79
3:02.48 (7)
30.57
3:32.93 (7)
30.45
4:02.86 (6)
29.93
15:05.66
27.37
4:32.98 (5)
30.12
5:02.66 (4)
29.68
5:32.44 (4)
29.78
6:02.11 (2)
29.67
6:31.85 (2)
29.74
7:01.64 (2)
29.79
7:31.60 (2)
29.96
8:01.40 (2)
29.80
8:31.47 (2)
30.07
9:01.59 (2)
30.12
9:31.97 (2)
30.38
10:02.39 (2)
30.42
10:33.22 (2)
30.83
11:03.83 (2)
30.61
11:34.70 (2)
30.87
12:05.58 (2)
30.88
12:36.62 (2)
31.04
13:07.49 (3)
30.87
13:38.13 (3)
30.64
14:08.44 (3)
30.31
14:38.29 (3)
29.85
4  ITA PALTRINIERI Gregorio
(1994) 
ITALIA
28.12 (4)
28.12
58.18 (4)
30.06
1:28.50 (3)
30.32
1:58.73 (3)
30.23
2:29.11 (3)
30.38
2:59.41 (2)
30.30
3:29.85 (3)
30.44
4:00.28 (2)
30.43
15:11.48
29.93
4:31.01 (3)
30.73
5:01.63 (2)
30.62
5:32.33 (3)
30.70
6:02.86 (4)
30.53
6:33.59 (4)
30.73
7:04.11 (5)
30.52
7:35.07 (5)
30.96
8:05.68 (5)
30.61
8:36.46 (5)
30.78
9:07.15 (5)
30.69
9:38.12 (5)
30.97
10:08.84 (5)
30.72
10:39.61 (6)
30.77
11:10.48 (6)
30.87
11:41.10 (6)
30.62
12:11.40 (6)
30.30
12:41.39 (5)
29.99
13:11.42 (4)
30.03
13:41.26 (4)
29.84
14:11.42 (4)
30.16
14:41.55 (4)
30.13
5  HUN KALMAR Akos
(2000) 
UNGHERIA
28.71 (6)
28.71
59.35 (6)
30.64
1:30.07 (5)
30.72
2:00.52 (5)
30.45
2:31.11 (5)
30.59
3:01.54 (5)
30.43
3:32.07 (5)
30.53
4:02.57 (5)
30.50
15:13.71
29.46
4:33.12 (6)
30.55
5:03.51 (7)
30.39
5:33.99 (7)
30.48
6:04.58 (6)
30.59
6:35.05 (6)
30.47
7:05.71 (6)
30.66
7:36.10 (6)
30.39
8:06.74 (6)
30.64
8:37.26 (6)
30.52
9:07.92 (6)
30.66
9:38.41 (6)
30.49
10:09.03 (6)
30.62
10:39.43 (5)
30.40
11:10.09 (5)
30.66
11:40.55 (5)
30.46
12:11.24 (5)
30.69
12:41.72 (6)
30.48
13:12.60 (6)
30.88
13:43.12 (6)
30.52
14:13.92 (6)
30.80
14:44.25 (5)
30.33
6  SRB CELIC Vuk
(1996) 
SERBIA
27.55 (2)
27.55
57.58 (2)
30.03
1:27.86 (2)
30.28
1:58.58 (2)
30.72
2:28.75 (2)
30.17
2:59.56 (3)
30.81
3:29.68 (2)
30.12
4:00.60 (3)
30.92
15:14.48
30.19
4:30.96 (2)
30.36
5:01.89 (3)
30.93
5:32.19 (2)
30.30
6:02.85 (3)
30.66
6:32.73 (3)
29.88
7:03.17 (3)
30.44
7:33.57 (3)
30.40
8:04.46 (4)
30.89
8:34.98 (4)
30.52
9:05.63 (4)
30.65
9:36.04 (4)
30.41
10:07.02 (4)
30.98
10:37.52 (4)
30.50
11:08.30 (4)
30.78
11:38.91 (4)
30.61
12:10.03 (4)
31.12
12:40.63 (4)
30.60
13:11.85 (5)
31.22
13:42.51 (5)
30.66
14:13.82 (5)
31.31
14:44.29 (6)
30.47
7  ESP ESCRITS MANOSA Albert
(1998) 
REAL FED.ESP. DE NATACION
27.97 (3)
27.97
58.06 (3)
30.09
1:28.56 (4)
30.50
1:59.20 (4)
30.64
2:29.95 (4)
30.75
3:00.41 (4)
30.46
3:31.01 (4)
30.60
4:01.59 (4)
30.58
15:20.95
29.75
4:32.36 (4)
30.77
5:03.06 (5)
30.70
5:33.58 (6)
30.52
6:04.59 (7)
31.01
6:35.17 (7)
30.58
7:06.00 (7)
30.83
7:36.86 (7)
30.86
8:07.80 (7)
30.94
8:38.63 (7)
30.83
9:09.47 (7)
30.84
9:40.39 (7)
30.92
10:11.46 (7)
31.07
10:42.61 (7)
31.15
11:13.63 (7)
31.02
11:44.71 (7)
31.08
12:15.65 (7)
30.94
12:46.68 (7)
31.03
13:17.95 (7)
31.27
13:49.15 (7)
31.20
14:20.34 (7)
31.19
14:51.20 (7)
30.86
8  GBR DERBYSHIRE Tom
(1998) 
University of Bath
28.89 (9)
28.89
59.71 (9)
30.82
1:30.58 (8)
30.87
2:01.83 (8)
31.25
2:33.12 (8)
31.29
3:04.23 (8)
31.11
3:35.67 (8)
31.44
4:06.98 (8)
31.31
15:38.75
29.92
4:38.64 (8)
31.66
5:10.04 (8)
31.40
5:40.79 (8)
30.75
6:11.94 (8)
31.15
6:42.93 (8)
30.99
7:14.29 (8)
31.36
7:45.60 (8)
31.31
8:17.02 (8)
31.42
8:48.38 (8)
31.36
9:19.86 (8)
31.48
9:51.51 (8)
31.65
10:23.17 (8)
31.66
10:55.02 (8)
31.85
11:26.79 (8)
31.77
11:58.66 (8)
31.87
12:30.43 (8)
31.77
13:01.98 (8)
31.55
13:33.90 (8)
31.92
14:05.65 (8)
31.75
14:37.32 (8)
31.67
15:08.83 (8)
31.51

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