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Beijing, Day 1: Stars swim faster in Olympic venue

The inaugural day of the second meet of the 2020 FINA Champions Swim Series in Beijing (CHN) was highlighted by thrilling races and, in the majority of the 15 races on the programme, by faster times than the ones established in the first leg of the competition, in Shenzhen. In fact, the only exceptions to this trend were the women’s 400m free, the men’s 100m breast, the women’s 50m back, and the 4x100m free mixed relay. And, as in Shenzhen, the race of the day was the men’s 200m free, with the duel between Lithuania’s Danas Rapsys and China’s local hero Sun Yang.

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18Jan2020

Lima (BRA): “I take things step by step”

Five years. Starting swimming at 12 and competing internationally at 17 is definitively not a common thing. But in the case of Felipe Lima, from Brazil, nothing seems impossible. “We can say I started late, only at 12, for medical reasons, but for me was not a problem. I progressed quite quickly, getting my first open national title at 18”, he admits. Born on April 5, 1985 in Cuiabá (Mato Grosso State in Brazil), his first FINA record dates back from November 2002, at the Rio de Janeiro leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup – sixth in the 100m breast, in 1:02.80.  

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Morozov (RUS): “Despite my long vacation, I am in good shape!”

Two-time World Cup overall winner Vladimir Morozov of Russia feels fresh competing in the FINA Champions Swim Series 2020, and believes he keeps good shape despite taking three weeks off for Christmas and New Year vacation.

Morozov is satisfied with his performance in the first leg in Shenzhen, as he claimed victory in 50m freestyle (21.70), in front of Kristian Gkolomeev, Michael Andrew and Anthony Ervin. In the 100m free, he was second (49.02) behind his young teammate Andrei Minakov (48.94).

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17Jan2020

Haughey (HKG): “The pool is my happy place!”

At 22, Siobhan Haughey (HKG) is one of the rising stars in the world of swimming. At the last FINA World Championships in Gwangju (KOR) she almost made history, by finishing fourth in the 200m free, just 0.20 behind the bronze medallist, Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom. Her 1:54.98 effort remains her personal best – in Shenzhen (CHN), for example, during the first leg of the FINA Champions Swim Series, she was second, clocking 1:56.88. 

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