Isl: Shymanovich and Sjostrom’s hat-trick is not enough for the Energy Standards: the London Roar leads. Murphy’s Law (with records) and Scott. At full speed Chalmers and McKeon

Swedish Sarah Sjostrom

The last engagement of the former Energy Standard holders for the Isl semifinals, the World Swimming Championships, begins in Eindhoven with the victory of Sarah Sjostrom in 55 ″ 61: the Swede boasts the world record in 54 ″ 61. Uncle Tom Shields is instead a lightning bolt in the men’s 100 dolphins in 48 ″ 99: the South African Chad Le Clos remains at 1 ″ 07 from the American, who boasts the third fastest time in history in 48 ″ 47. The Belarusian Shkurdai in the 200 backstroke rejects the Dutch Kira Toussaint in 2’01 ″ 77. In the back, Ryan Murphy returns to dominate a Christian Diener, very fit in this period: 1’48 ″ 10. The Belarusian Ilya Shymnaovich is still far from Prigoda’s world record in the 200 breaststroke (2’00 ″ 16) but collects a 2’02 ″ 66. In the 50s he tries instead in 25 ″ 47 (25 ″ 25 is the time to beat) and scores twice in the double with Lima for the Energy Standards. Superb female fast relay: with Haughey able to be the fastest among the runners, and Australians Emma McKeon and Madison Wilson who swam in the first 52 “00 and 51” 88 with their respective quartets finished in the supporting positions. Speaking of speed, the Australian Chalmers touches by 4 cents ahead of Ben Proud: 20 “82 and then wins the Roar with a 45” 12 in the fourth fraction. The Scottish Duncan Scott inflicts over 2 ″ in the 200 medley against the Brazilian Lanza: 1’54 ″ 46. The Jamaican Atkinson returns to win: 29 ″ 19. For a very precious penny, Ryan Murphy – disappointed by the Tokyo Games in the presence of the Russian Rylov – improves after a year the record of Islam and the USA in the 50 backstroke: 22 ″ 53, or the third world time trial ever after the record world championship of French Florent Manaudou (22 ″ 22, still absent in Eindhoven) and 22 ″ 47 of the Russian Kolesnikov, third today in 23 ″ 04.

Duncan Scott

Duncan Scott

Emma McKeon denies Sarah Sjostrom the fourth victory of the evening in a truly thrilling mixed relay final: 51 “18 against 51” 29 between the two fastest women in the world. Finally, the victory in the men’s mixed relay is not enough for the Energy Standard to finish in the lead the first day of the 5th stage, led by the London Roar of Chalmers and McKeon, really suspected to win the third Isl. Latest news: it was one of the few days without any blue or blue in the race (still out of the Franceschi of LA Current). Tomorrow at 7pm Sky Action will be replicated live.

The Belarusian Ilya Shymanovich

The Belarusian Ilya Shymanovich

UOMINI –  50 sl: 1. Chalmers (Aus/Lon) 20″82, 2. Proud (Gb/ES) 20″86, 3. Gkolomeev (Isr/LA) 21″06.

400 sl: 1. Dean (Gb/Lon) 3’40″20, 2. Scheffer (Bra/LA) 3’40″75, 3. Malyutin (Rus/LA) 3’41″87, 4. Zirk (Est/ES) 3’42″02, 5. Guy (Gb/ES) 3’42″58.

50 back: 1. R.Muprhy (Usa / LA) 22 ″ 53 (Isl and American record), 2. Nikolaev (Rus / DC), 3. Kolesnikov (Rus / ES) 23 ″ 04, 4. Guido (Bra / Lon) 23 ″ 07.

200 dorso: 1. R. Murphy (Usa/LA) 1’48″10, 2. Diener (Ger/Lon) 1’49″66, 3. Greenbank (Gb/Lon) 1’51″38.

50 frog: 1. Shymanovich (Bie / ES) 25 ″ 47, 2. Lima (Bra / ES) 26 ″ 22, 3. Rothbauer (Aut / LA) 26 ″ 72.

200 rana: 1. Shymanovich (Bie / ES) 2’02 ″ 66, 2. Cope (Usa / Dc) 2’03 ″ 95. 3. Rothbauer (Aut / LA) 2’04 ″ 80.

100 butterfly: 1. Shields (Usa / LA) 48 ″ 99 (22 ″ 87), 2. Le Clos (Saf) 50 ″ 06 (23 ″ 46), 3. Hvaas (Nor / LA) 50 ″ 11, 4. Lanza (Bra / Lon) 50 ″ 34.

200 mx: 1. Scott (Gb / Lon) 1’52 ″ 23 (24 ″ 35, 52 ″ 52, 1’25 ″ 03), 2. Lance (Bras / Lon) 1’54 ″ 46, 3. Acevedo ( Can / LA) 1’54 ″ 62.

4×100 sl: 1. London Roar 3’04″47 (Carter 46″39, Incerti 46″87, Scitt 46″09, Chalmers 45″12), 2. Los Angeles Current 3’05″38 (Rooney 46″40, Christou 45″99, Gkolomeev 46″80, Pinfold 46″19), 3. DC Trident 3’08″42 (Shevtsov 47″93, Shchegolev 46″22, Harting 46″55, Hoffer 47″72), 4. Energy Standard 3’08″59 (1a f. Kolesnikov 46″24).

4×100 mx: 1. Energy Standard 3’21″36 (Kolesnikov 50″17, Shymanovich 55″00, Le Clos 49″63, Barrett 46″56), 2. Los Angeles Current 3’23″66 (Murphy 49″58, Acevedo 58″67, Shields 49″00, Rooney 46″31), 3. DC Trident 3’23″81 (Nikolaev 49″72, Franca 58″40, Harting 49″57, Shchegolev 46″12), 4. London Roar 3’24″56 (Guido 50″11, Murdoch 58″12, Chalmers 50″29, Scott 45″64).

Emma McKeon

Emma McKeon

DONNE – 50 sl: 1. Sjostrom (Sve/ES) 23″12, 2. Weitzeil (Usa/LA) 23″78, 3. Hopkin (Gb/DC) 23″98.

400 sl: 1. Haughey (H-K/ES) 3’58″44, 2. Evans (Bah/DC) 4’01″53. 3. Dumont (Bel/LA) 4’03″30, 4. Neale (Usa/DC) 4’04″16. 5. Anderson (Gb/Lon) 4’06″05.

50 dorso: 1. Toussaint (Ola / Lon) 26 ″ 09, 2. Mack (Usa / DC) 26 ″ 29, 3 Wilm (Gb / LA) 26 ″ 44.

200 dorso: 1. Shkurdai (Bie / ES) 2’01 ″ 77 (rn), 2. Toussaint (Ola / Lon) 2’02 ″ 36, 3. Wilm (Gb / LA) 2’02 ″ 77, 4. Atherton (Aus / Lon) 2’03 ″ 90.

50 rana: 1. Atkinson (Jail/Lon) 29″19, 2. Gorbenko (Isr/Lon) 29″68, 3. Glark (Gb/La) 29″98.

200 rana: 1. Lazor (Usa / Lon) 2’18 ″ 90, 2. Temnikova (Rus / DC) 2’19 ″ 56, 3. Chikunova (Rus / ES) 2’21 ″ 02.

100 farfalla: 1. Sjostrom (Sve / ES) 55 ″ 51 (25 ″ 85), 2. Ntountounaki (Gre / LA) 56 ″ 33, 3. Mack (Usa / DC) 57 ″ 01, 4. Wattel (Fra / Lon) 57 ″ 05.

200 mx: 1. Pickrem (Can/Lon) 2’06″50, 2.Harvey (Can) 2’07″61, 3. Jakabos (Ung/DC) 2’08″30.

4×100 sl: 1. Energy Standard 3’37″73 (Heemskerk 52″49, Haughey 50″70, Teijonsalo 52″81, Sjostrom 51″73), 2. DC Trident 3’1″34 (Mack 52″37, Hindley 52″44, Neale 53″26, Bruhn 53″27), 3. LA Current 3’32″02 (Weitzeil 52″26, Dahlke 53″30, Gorbenko 52″63, Wilm 53″82), 4. London Roar 3’32″16 (1a f. Anderson 52″21), 5. London-2 3’32″57 (1a f. McKeon 52″00), 6. LA Current-2 3’33″25 (1a f. Wilson 51″88).

4×100 mx: 1. London Roar 3’47″48 (Toussaint 56″60, Atkinson 1’03″76, Wattel 55″94, McKeon 51″18), 2. Energy Standard 3’48″58 (Harvey 57″12, Chikunova 1’05″03, Shkurdai 55″14, Sjostrom 51″29), 3. LA Current 3’49″34 (Wilm 56″07, Teterevkova 1’05″85, Ntountonauk 55″97, Weitzeil 51″45).
Classifica 5° stage (1a giornata): 1. London Roar 280, 2. Energy Standard 264, 3. Los Angeles Current 221.5. 4. DC Trident 141.5.

Tomorrow: second day. 7pm: Sky Action.

Saturday and Sunday: Cali Condors, Iron Budapest, Toronto Titants, Aqua Centurions. Live Sky Action at 7pm.

Provisional general classification playoff Is (2 rounds from the end and all with 2 matches): 1. Energy Standard, London Roar and Cali Condors 7; 4. Los Angeles Current 6; 5. Toronto Titans 5; 6. Aqua Centurions and DC Trident 3; 8. Iron Budapest 2.

Norwegian – The Norwegian of the Iron, Ingeborg Loyning tested positive for covid and after ten days of solitary confinement in the Netherlands she was sent back home. British Aimee Willmott retires. And Gyorgy Turi, former coach of Laszlo Cseh and other nationals who accused him of psychological and physical harassment through extremely harsh methods, made of terror, resigns from the Hungarian federation. “As of today, I am resigning from the position of technical vice president, board member and chairman of the committee of the Hungarian Swimming Technicians Association (Musz),” he said in an open letter published in local media.

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Isl: Shymanovich and Sjostrom’s hat-trick is not enough for the Energy Standards: the London Roar leads. Murphy’s Law (with records) and Scott. At full speed Chalmers and McKeon

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