Geneva Long Course International: Ekaterina Avramova Doubles Up

GENEVA, Switzerland, January 16. EKATERINA Avramova won a pair of races during the second day of swimming at the Geneva Long Course International held in Switzerland.

Avramova claimed the women's 100 free title in 58.63, while Adela Suchy placed second in 58.82. Camille Radou completed the top three in 59.16. Avramova doubled up with a 29.93 in the women's 50 back, while Lauren Turner took second in 30.46. Doerte Baumert grabbed third in 30.82.

Manuel Vincenzi won the men's 200 free with a time of 1:54.15. He touched out Alexandre Liess, who earned second in 1:54.21. Nils Roetgers finished third in 1:55.47. Chris Jones cleared 30 seconds in the men's 50 breast with a 29.81. Francesco Di Lecce took second in 30.37, while Christian Vom Lehn finished third in 30.74.

Georgina Heyn held off a hard-charging Luisa Trombetti, 2:39.42 to 2:39.86, in the women's 200 breast. Adela Bolla placed third overall in 2:41.37. Marcus Bak picked up the men's 200 back title in 2:07.31 with a touch-out triumph over Constantin Tudose, who placed second in 2:07.33. Federico Gilardi finished third in 2:09.41.

Iris and Jasmin Rosenberger put on a show in the women's 200 fly with Iris winning a close one, 2:18.06 to 2:18.77. Sophie Wilson rounded out the top three in 2:20.97. Nico Van Duijn snared the men's 100 fly crown in 56.70, while Fabian Schwingenschloegl finished second in 57.01. Matteo Rivolta placed third in 57.17. Meanwhile, Maximilian Oswald, 15, set a meet record for 16-and-unders with a 56.97.

Cherelle Oestringer cruised to victory in the women's 400 free in 4:22.17. Devon Robins took second in 4:25.96, while Camille Radou snagged third in 4:32.88. Daniele Sanna posted a win in the men's 400 IM going away with a 4:31.04. Alessandro Cuoghi touched second in 4:34.14, while Tudose finished on the podium for the second time with a third-place 4:35.64.

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