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Italian Swimming Federation – World Championships to Save Lives. Now two world records in Australia

Lifesaving World Cup. Now two world records in Australia





The beginning of the boom of the World Swimming Championships in order to save lives in Riccione. Day one of the Swimming Experts’ competition opened, on the Swimming Arena, with two world records, both in the 100m and both set by Australian athletes: Stephen Fry (Northcliffe Surf Life Savin), 65, is the fastest in the world between M65-69 with a 1’11” 05 and John Ellice Flint (Henley Surf Life Saving Club), 72, emulates it in the M70-74 class with a 1’22” 45. Nearly seven hours of competition in the morning which also saw the athletes take part in 200 hurdles, in the 4×50 hurdles relay and in Throw the rope.
In the afternoon, again at the Stadio del Nuoto, the first round of the Rescue Cup was tinged with the blue with successes in 200 obstacles from Martina Laurenti (in Sport Rane Rosse) at 2’14” 61 and Alessandro Marchetti (in Sport Rane Rosse) At 2’03” 66 and at 100 fake fins and torpedoes by Eleonora Zampolini (In Sport Rane Rosse) with a 1’01” 50 and Mattia D’Ippolito (In Sport Rane Rosse) with a 55-inch 31.

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