Roman Mityukov Wraps Up Geneva International With Another Trip To the Top Of the Podium

Photo Courtesy: Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

Roman Mityukov wrapped up a successful meet with victory in the 100m backstroke at the Geneva International.

The Swiss swimmer had already topped the podium three times over the first two days of competition in the 50/100 free and 200 back.

On Sunday he led throughout, splitting 26.90/27.95, to win the two-length event in 54.85 ahead of Michele Lamberti who clocked 55.58.

Nils Liess enjoyed a clear victory in the men’s 200 free: out in 24.75 – the quickest in the field by 1.26secs – the Swiss stopped the clock at 1:48.64.

Evelyn Davis overhauled leader Alice Mizzau on the third 50 to win the women’s 200 free in 2:02.73 to 2:02.98 and wrapped up the 50-100-200 treble in the process.




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