Vladimir Morozov Breaks World Cup Record in Men’s 50 Free in Kazan

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Russia’s Vladimir Morozov watched as Sarah Sjostrom set the World Cup record in the women’s 50 free and duplicated the feat, setting the World Cup record in the men’s event to close out the first finals session of the event.

Morozov finished in 21.49 to break the record set by France’s Florent Manaudou in 2015.

Michael Andrew of the U.S. finished second in 21.99, followed by Andrii Govorov of the Ukraine in 22.03.

Blake Pieroni of the U.S. was just off the podium, finishing fourth in 22.29, followed by Jesse Puts of the Netherlands (22.32), Belgium’s Pieter Timmers (22.48), South Africa’s Ryan Coetzee (22.66) and Russia’s Daniil Markov (23.11).

6 Comments

6 comments

  1. Sergei Bardukov

    Молодец. Ты можешь быстрее.вперед.

  2. avatar
    Yup

    Meldonium

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      Anonymous

      Meldonium yourself)))

  3. Angie Chu

    👍🎆👌congratulations

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