Czech National Championships Continue Through Second Day of Swimming

PRAGUE, Czech Republic, July 14. THE Czech National Championships concluded the second day of action at the meet held in Prague. Top swimmers in their own disciplines asserted their national authority in those events.

Petra Klosova started the night by adding the 50 back to her 100 back title garnered yesterday. Klosova touched out Alena Nyvltova, 30.53 to 30.83, in the sprint back race.

In the 200 free, Jana Klusackova nabbed the title in 2:05.41 to add it to the 50 free crown she had already won. This time, she won by nearly a second over Anna Novakova's 2:06.50.

Martina Moravcikova put the 100 breast trophy next to her 200 breast title with a time of 1:11.85 as she won by a second-and-a-half over Eva Jordova's 1:13.52.

Additionally, Alzbeta Rehurkova demonstrated her skill at the 400-meter distance with a 400 IM victory in 4:56.66. That went along with her 400 free conquest from last night. She easily won tonight when she touched nearly three seconds ahead of Silvie Rybarova's 4:59.49.

On the men's side, two swimmers doubled their titles for the meet. Kvetoslav Svoboda touched first in the 200 free in 1:50.25 to add that victory to his 400 free. He completely dominated the 200 as Dominik Bartos provided the closest competition in 1:54.06.

Meanwhile, Michael Rubacek grabbed his second fly title after winning the 200 last night when he stopped the clock in 54.23 for the 100 crown. Martin Verner placed second in 55.11.

Verner, however, had already won the 50 back in 27.56 after touching out Zdenek Oharek's second-place time of 27.78. Ondrej Broda also went sub-28 with a third-place 27.99.

Zdenek Frantisak won the 100 breast in 1:03.81, while Jakub Fichtl took home the 400 IM in 4:31.68. Additionally, Sabina Dostalova owned the women's 100 fly in 1:03.30.