Martina Carraro Breaks Italian Record in 100 Breast 1:06.41

Photo Courtesy: Cathleen Pruden

Martina Carraro lowered the Italian record in the women’s 100-meter breast at the 2016 Italian Nationals.

Carraro raced her way to a 1:06.41.  That swim broke the 2009 Italian record of 1:06.86 set by Ilaria Scarcella. Carraro’s time also moved her up to sixth in the world rankings this year.

Scarcella, meanwhile, finished second overall in 1:08.46, missing the FINA A cut of 1:07.85.

Arianna Castiglioni (1:08.69), Lisa Angiolini (1:09.02), Giulia Verona (1:09.37), Michela Guzzetti (1:09.46), Lisa Fissneider (1:10.04) and Francesca Fangio (1:10.20) cranked out the rest of the finishes in the A final.

Finale A
1 4 CARRARO Martina 1993 ITA Nuoto Cl.Azzurra 91 – BO 31.28 35.13 1’06.41 RI
2 3 SCARCELLA Ilaria 1993 ITA Circolo Canottieri Aniene 32.38 36.08 1’08.46
3 7 CASTIGLIONI Arianna 1997 ITA Gr.Nuoto Fiamme Gialle 32.32 36.37 1’08.69
4 5 ANGIOLINI Lisa 1995 ITA Virtus Buonconvento 32.78 36.24 1’09.02
5 6 VERONA Giulia 1999 ITA SMGM Team Nuoto Lombardia 33.09 36.28 1’09.37
6 2 GUZZETTI Michela 1992 ITA Centro Sportivo Esercito 32.30 37.16 1’09.46
7 1 FISSNEIDER Lisa 1994 ITA Gr.Nuoto Fiamme Gialle 32.73 37.31 1’10.04
8 8 FANGIO Francesca 1995 ITA SMGM Team Nuoto Lombardia 33.33 36.87 1’10.20
Finale B
1 5 CELLI Elisa 1990 ITA Centro Sportivo Esercito 33.05 36.79 1’09.84
2 4 MARTINI Sofia 1997 ITA Umbria Nuoto 33.25 37.16 1’10.41
3 3 FERRAGUTI Alessia 1998 ITA Swim Pro SS9 33.03 37.67 1’10.70
4 6 VALENTINI Nicol 1989 ITA Roma Nuoto 33.39 37.59 1’10.98
5 2 GUERRA Silvia 1997 ITA Rari Nantes Torino 33.73 37.73 1’11.46
6 1 FANFONI Emma 2000 ITA Canottieri Baldesio 33.80 38.24 1’12.04
7 7 MOROTTI Sara 1999 ITA SMGM Team Nuoto Lombardia 34.39 37.94 1’12.33
8 8 BINCOLETTO Matilde 1999 ITA UISP Nuoto Cordenons 33.74 39.34 1’13.08

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