list of universal records in Melbourne World Short Course has grown to sweet In the first round of the championship, Women’s 4×100 styles final. America After reducing the girls put the finishing touches on the heavy level championship 3:44.52 compared to the Cali Condors Of the ISL, a countable record as it was achieved with four Americans, they had since 2020.
won the final with the United States 3:44.35 by the hand of Claire Curzon in the back, lily king in breaststroke, Tori Haske in butterfly and Kate Douglas Thus far in the crawl, she has reduced the previous best mark in history by seventeen hundredths to finish the giant level championship in the women’s key, despite the loss of stars such as Katie Ledecky or Summer McIntosh among others.
Australia done with silver records 3:44.92, the third best mark in history and a new Oceania record After pulverizing 3:47.91, that was another ISL team, London Roar, with four oceans since 2019. They have integrated Marine Quartet Kaylee McCann, Jenna Strack, Emma McKeon and Meg Harris. Canada Ingrid Wilms, Sydney Pickrem, Maggie McNeil and Taylor Ruck hung on for bronze in 3:46.22.
It’s Not A Remarkable Start Curzonwho has seen how Wilm He was going on a butterfly with McCown and trying to wake her up. Even then, lily king The United States took off in the breaststroke relay to place second. In this he has given more than two and a half times to all his rivals to keep the United States in first place.
It is done mccone Fully raced in the butterfly in a battle against Australia remember, The American touched the wall with barely three tenths of an advantage, leaving Douglas and Harris in contention for the title. a) yes, Douglas He managed to put away his opponent and sealed an American victory with that record for the historical table. Australia have also managed to break into the top 3 of all-time foursomes that have gone under 3:45. From behind, Canada had no problem hanging on for the bronze medal ahead of the Netherlands (1:47.70).
This test has been one Twelfth world record in Melbourne. They won three from Australia (its girls 4×100 freestyle, 4×200 freestyle and 4×50 medley), three from the United States (men’s 4×200 freestyle, women’s 4×100 medley and 4×50 mixed medley), two from Italy (men’s 4×100 freestyle and 4×50 medley), Two from his own McNeil (50 backstroke and 100 butterfly), one from France (4×50 mixed freestyle) and one from Meuluit Root (50 breaststroke).
Women’s 4×100 Medley Final Results
1. United States of America (Claire Curzon, Lily King, Tory Haske and Kate Douglas) 3:44.25 (world record)
2. Australia (Kaylee McKeown, Jenna Strauch, Emma McKeon and Meg Harris) 3:44.92
3. Canada (Ingrid Wilm, Sydney Pickrem, Maggie McNeil and Taylor Ruck) 3:46.22
4. Pajes Bajos (Kira Toussaint, Tes Schouten, Maaike de Ward and Marrit Steenbergen) 3:47.70
5. Sweden (Hanna Roswall, Sophie Hanson, Louise Hanson and Michelle Coleman) 3:47.84
6. France (Pauline Mahieu, Charlotte Bonnet, Beryl Gastaldello and Marie-Ambre Moluh) 3:50.28
7. China (Xuewei Peng, Quenting Tang, Junxuan Yang and Shuhan Liu) 3:51.44
Disqualified Japan (Sayaka Akase, Rina Aoki, Ai Soma and Chihiro Igarashi)