And Short Course World Championship as one who welcomes Melbourne He deserved and got the end of the match this week. After twelve previous world records, The list of records increased to fourteen (in thirteen races). after a huge Men’s 4×100 Medley Final what’s left A gold and a shared record between Australia and the United States.
loss Australians (Isaac Allan Cooper, Joshua Yong, Matthew Temple and Kyle Chalmers) And this Americans (Ryan Murphy, Nick Fink, Trenton Julian and Kieran Smith) nail marks 3:18.98 to erase 3:19.16 from the record table which Russia had held since 2009. Italywith the third 3:19.06 (Lorenzo Mora, Niccolò Martinenghi, Matteo Rivolta and Alessandro Miresi) also won the title by defeating the Russian cap. Europe Record.
In short, it was the fastest race in the history of the distance. a great ryan murphy He started the Americans half a second ahead of Cooper and Mora. In fact, the final seemed to favor the North American side when undercover He was consistent for his teammate’s work and overtook Martinenghi by over a second and Yong two behind.
However, the Australian renaissance came in the second half of the race. Temple That narrowed the gap in butterfly, cutting eight tenths for the Americans. Rivolta was also taking half a second from Julian. already in crawl, Chalmers Stroke by stroke he beat a Smith who lost a second and three tenths, but at least saved the gold and the shared record in the final stretch after a draw with the Australian. From behind, Miresi also put Italy in the fight for everything, but the eight hundredth left Transalpine without that gold medal.
It was a great resolution to the last Test of a great short-course World Cup. This left fourteen universal records and a celebration in relay events where She holds the only 4×50 freestyle record in the record table for both men and women.
Men’s 4×100 Medley Final Results
1. Australia (Isaac Allan Cooper, Joshua Yong, Matthew Temple and Kyle Chalmers) 3:18.98 (world record)
1. United States (Ryan Murphy, Nick Fink, Trenton Julian and Kieran Smith) 3:18.98 (world record)
3. Italy (Lorenzo Mora, Niccolò Martinenghi, Matteo Rivolta and Alessandro Miresi) 3:19.06 (European record)
4. Japan (Ryosuke Irie, Yuya Hinomoto, Yuya Sakamoto and Katsuhiro Matsumoto) 3:22.70
5. Germany (Ole Braunschweig, Lukas Matzerath, Marius Kusch and Josh Salchow) 3:23.04
6. Canada (Finley Knox, Javier Acevedo, Ilya Kharun and Ruslan Gaziev) 3:23.44
7. China (Gucailai Wang, Haiyang Qin, Jun’er Chen and Zhanle Pan) 3:25.15
8. CZECH REPUBLIC (Tomas Franta, Matej Zbojnik, Jan Cefal and Daniel Grasik) 3:26.37