World Cup, Stockholm: Flash Peter Marshall Remains On Fire, Sets 50 Back World Record

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STOCKHOLM, Sweden, November 12. A day after knocking out the 100 back world record, Peter Marshall of the U.S. was back at it with a nail-biter victory over Randall Bal in the sprint back at the FINA World Cup.

Marshall checked in with a global standard time of 23.05, while Bal also surpassed the previous record with a 23.07. Robert Hurley of Australia, who owned the previous record with a 23.24 at the Sydney stop of the World Cup, finished third in 23.36.

Marshall also eclipsed Bal's American record of 23.33 set during the 2007 Berlin stop of the World Cup.

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