Great Britain’s Freya Anderson Takes Down Taylor Ruck’s 100 Freestyle Championship Record at World Juniors

Women’s 100 Free Finals

The women’s 100-meter freestyle final saw a win for Great Britain, as Freya Anderson brought it home quick to touch in 53.88 for the gold, downing Taylor Ruck‘s championship record of 53.92 set in Singapore in 2015 along the way. Japan’s Rikako Ikee was a close silver in 54.16, while Kayla Noelle Sanchez of Canada rounded out the podium with her bronze-medal time of 54.44.

Making up the rest of the final heat were Canada’s Rebecca Smith in fourth (54.63), Czechoslovakia’s Barbora Seemanova in fifth (54.78), and Sayuki Ouchi of Japan in sixth with a 54.91.

Seventh place went to Team USA’s Grace Ariola with a 55.46, and Vasilissa Buinaia of Russia was eighth in the final with her swim of 55.52.

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    Jackie fowler

    Excellent result to this brilliant swimmer from Ellesmere Titans

Author: Ailish Dougherty

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Ailish Dougherty is a junior at Tufts University where she is majoring in Child Study and Human Development with a concentration in Child and Family Health. She swims distance freestyle for their Division III program in the NESCAC. Go Jumbos!

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