Arno Kamminga Enjoys Second Victory Of The Flanders Cup; Golden Double For Maaike de Waard

Arno Kamminga: Photo Courtesy: Andrea Staccioli / Deepbluemedia / Insidefoto

Arno Kamminga made it two wins in as many races with a clear victory in the 100m breaststroke as the Flanders Cup wrapped up in Antwerp.

Kamminga was the only man inside the minute mark in the prelims, booking lane four in 59.94.

The double Olympic silver medallist returned in the evening to claim his second win of the meet in 59.77 with Ivo Kroes second in 1:02.05, repeating his runner-up spot behind Kamminga in the 200.

Maaike de Waard added the 100 back to the 50 in 1:00.83 before winning the 50 fly in 26.15 ahead of Roos Vanotterdijk (26.51).

Marrit Steenbergen added the 200IM to the 200 free in 2:13.53, Kim Busch wrapped up the 50-100 free double with a 55.53 victory over two laps and Janna van Kooten held off the fast-finishing Angela Martinez Guillen to win the 400 free by 0.14 in 4:14.24 to 4:14.38.

Kenzo Simons enjoyed a clear victory in the 50 free in 22.35, Carlos Garach Benito added the 200 free to the 400 he won on Saturday in 1:50.72 with Thomas Jansen wrapping up the IM double with victory in the longer race in 4:21.68 and Stan Franckx was 0.07 outside the Belgian 50 back mark in 25.43.