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SWC 2019, Jinan, Day 3: Hosszu grabs fourth title, Rapsys sets second World Cup record on final day

The 2019 FINA Swimming World Cup in Jinan, China, closed its curtain on Saturday August 10 with wonderful performances of the swimmers.

Australia’s Thomas Fraser-Holmes met no threat in the opening event, the men’s 400m IM, and won the gold medal in 4:20.50. Brennan Gravely of the United States came second in 4:34.99, and Chu Chen-Kai from Chinese Taipei ranked third in 4:38.75.

Swimming World Cup 2019
Jinan, China
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10Aug2019

SWC 2019, Jinan, Day 2: Hosszu, Morozov keep winning in Jinan Swimming World Cup

The fierce races of the second leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 in Jinan, China, continued on Friday as Hungary’s Olympic and World champion Katinka Hosszu, who won the 200m fly on day 1, touched home first in the 400m IM. The World Record holder led all the way to win the race in 4:36.99, though 10.63 seconds slower than her world record at the Rio Olympic Games in 2016. She also won the event at the Gwangju Worlds for the fourth consecutive time.

Swimming World Cup 2019
Jinan, China
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09Aug2019

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