Playoff Isl: Fourth, fifth and sixth faith. A winning Rocket and Martinenghi, Rivolta-Zazzeri second, fast relay and Ciampi third

Federica Pellegrini (Fame)

The second stage of the ISL, the World Champions of swimming in a 25-meter pool, brings Federica Pellegrini back into the water in the Van den Hoogenband pool in Eindhoven behind closed doors due to the pandemic. In the capital of Dutch swimming and the city where in 2008 he broke the world record of 400 sl from Laure Manaudou), Fede dives for the last segment of his career after a month and a half from the last Italian race in Naples, for the first time in the playoffs of the Aqua Centurions, who seek glory for a Final Fpur never conquered. Fede begins with a sixth place in the 200 backstroke, a fourth in the fast relay with a 54 ″ 21 fraction and a fifth place in the mixed 4 × 100 (54 ″ 21). Tomorrow – 7pm Sky Action – his real race in the 200m. One of his historical rival, the Australian Emma McKeon, 7 medals in Tokyo including gold in the 100 sl, is in the 100 butterfly with a 55 ″ 57 (fourth is Elena Di Liddo for 27 cents).

Matteo Rivolta

Matteo Rivolta

Matteo Rivolta touches his Italian record of 49 ″ 54 hitting second in the 100 butterfly men of appan 18 cents in 49 ″ 66 compared to the American of the Los Angeles Current, Tom Shields (49 ″ 47), third Grigori Pekarski of the Toronto, who for 2 cents in 50 “44, left under the Brazilian podium Vinicius Lanza, while Alessandro Miressi is also lined up as a dolphin for an eighth place in 51” 58.

Nicolò Martinenghi

Nicolò Martinenghi

The blue frog is represented at the highest levels: Nicolò Martinenghi with a second powerful sprint in the 50 in 25 ″ 78 on his partner and blue captain Fabio Scozzoli. In the 200 women’s breaststroke won by the American Lazor in 2’19 ″ 01, Martina Carraro is fourth by two tenths in 2’21 ″ 83 and is then third in the 50s, while Arianna Castiglioni is spared by Matteo Giunta because she is not at the best. In the blue team there is Arno Kamminga, fast but also resistant frogman, who always touches first in the 200 in 2’02 ″ 52 on the Icelandic McKee (2’03 ″ 54) and the German Schwingenschlogl always of the Toronto, from 2’05 ″ 05; Nicolò Martinenghi sacrifices himself to the cause to bring fourth points in 2’05 ″ 81.

Alberto Razzetti

Alberto Razzetti

He does not compete for the blue team but for Toronto, however the Florentine Lorenzo Zazzeri (Olympic silver relay) gives only one cent to the Australian of the London Roar, Kyle Chalmers (21 ″ 10). Alberto Razzetti also competes for Toronto which he gives a great success in the 200 medley in 1’52 “86: the Genoese based in Livorno where he trains with Stefano Franceschi tries to recover the Italian record from Thomas Ceccon of Kazan (1’52” 49 ) and makes him tremble by 4 tenths: a prestigious victory for Razzo over the Scottish Duncan Scott, while Ceccon holds up for half the race, evidently tired, reaching seventh in 1’57 ″ 85. In the men’s fast relay launched by Chalmers and therefore won by the Roar, ex aequo for third place between Toronto and Centurions. And third is Matteo Ciampi in the 400 sl of the Dutch Kroon.

A third final place also for the all-blue mixed 4 × 100 which touches behind the Roar of super Chalmers (45 ″ 38) and the Current, 3’24 ″ 23: with the 3’23 ″ 51 of Naples they would have won the relay. The blue fractions: Thomas Ceccon backstroke 51 ″ 18, Nicolò Martinenghi breaststroke 56 ″ 53, Matteo Rivolta butterfly 49 ″ 80 and Alessandro Miressi freestyle 46 ″ 72).

The first day offers this team ranking: 1. London Roar 280.5, 2. Los Angeles Current 246, 3. Toronto Titanis 231.5, 4. Aqua Centurions 138.

MEN – 50 sl: 1. Chalmers (Aus / Lon) 21 ″ 10, 2. Zazzeri (Tor) and Carter (Tri / Lon) 21 ″ 11, 8. Miressi (Cen) 21 ″ 70.

400 sl: Kroon (Ola / Tor) 3’40 ″ 96, 2. Scheffer (Bra / LA) 3’41 ″ 30, 3. Ciampi 3’42 ″ 38, 8. Borodin (Rus / Cen) 3’47 ″ 28).

50 back: 1. R. Murphy (Usa / LA) 22 ″ 79, 2. Guido (Bra / LA) 23 ″ 03, 3. Christou (Gre / LA) 23 ″ 14, 7. Sabbioni (Cen) 24 ″ 21 , 8. Saints (Cen) 24 ″ 62.

200 back: 1. R.Murphy (Usa (LA) 1’48 ″ 43, 2. Diener (Ger / Lon) 1’50 ″ 14. 4. Greenbank (Gb / Lon) 1’52 ″ 32, 6. Sabbioni (Cen) 1’53 ″ 97, 7. De De Deus (Bra / Cen) 1’54 ″ 02.

50 frogs: 1. Martinenghi (Cen) 25 ″ 78, 2. Scozzoli (Cen) 25 ″ 90, 3. Schwingenschlogl (Ger / Tor) 26 ″ 10.

200 rana: 1. Kamminga (Ola / Cen) 2’02 ″ 52, McKee (Isl / Tor) 2’03 ″ 54, 3. Schwingenschlogl (Ger / Tor) 2’05 ″ 05, 4. Martinenghi 2’05 ″ 81.

100 butterfly: 1. Shields (Usa / LA) 49 ″ 47 (22 ″ 87), 2. Rivolta (Cen) 49 ″ 66 (23 ″ 08), 3. Pekarski (Bie / Tor) 50 ″ 44, 8. Miressi (Cen) 51 ″ 58.
200 mx: 1. Razzetti (Tor) 1’52″86 (24″29, 52″85, 1’25″21), 2. Scott (Gb/Lon) 1’53″77, 3. M. Litchfield (Gb/Tor) 1’54″32, 5. Borodin (Rus/Cen) 1’56″78), 7. Ceccon (Cen) 1’57″85 (24″04, 52″67, 1’28″75).

4 × 100 sl: 1. London Roar 3’05 ″ 43 (Chalmers 46 ″ 04, Nakamura 46 ″ 66, Uncertain 46 ″ 93, Carter 45 ″ 80), 2. Los Angeles Current 3’08 ″ 03, 3. Toronto Titans 3’08 ″ 97 (Zazzeri 47 ″ 20, Kisil 47 ″ 11, Kusch 47 ″ 60, Hayden 47 ″ 06) and Aqua Centurions 3’08 ″ 97 (Miressi 47 ″ 64, Grinev 46 ″ 20, Ceccon 47 ″ 30 , Ciampi 47 ″ 83), 7. Toronto-2 3’22 ″ 27 (2nd f. Razzetti 48 ″ 11), 8. A.Centurions-2 3’32 ″ 18 (3rd f. Santi 51 ″ 52, 4th f Scozzoli 52 ″ 65).

4 × 100 mx: 1. London Roar 3’23 ″ 58 (Guido 49 ″ 62, Murdoch 58 ″ 41, Lanza 50 ″ 17, Chalmers 45 ″ 38), 2. Los Angeles Current 3’23 ″ 61, 3. Aqua Centurions 3’24 ″ 23 (Ceccon 51 ″ 18, Martinenghi 56 ″ 53, Rivolta 49 ″ 80, Miressi 46 ″ 72), 4. Toronto 3’25 ″ 75 (4th f. Zazzeri 46 ″ 52), 5. Aqua Centurions -2 3’26 ″ 91 (1st f. Sabbioni 53 ″ 59, 2nd f. Kamminga 55 ″ 79).

DONNE – 50 sl: 1. Wasick (Pol / Tor) 23 ″ 46, 2. Weitzeil (Usa / LA) 23 ″ 72, 3. McKeon (Aus / Lon) 23 ″ 72, 4. Kameneva (Rus / Cen) 23 ″ 98, 8. Di Pietro (Cen) 24 ″ 44.

400 sl: 1. McIntosh (Can / Tor) 3’59 ″ 30, 2. Anderson (Gb / Lon) 4’01 ″ 67, 3. Dumont (Bel / LA) 4’01 ″ 84. 5. Hibbott (Gb / Cen) 4’05 ″ 79, 8. Taylor (Aus / Cen) 4’18 ″ 38.

50 back: 1. Toussaint (Ola / Lon) 25 ″ 91, 2. L.Hansson (Sve / Tor) 26 ″ 12, 3. Masse (Can / Tor) 26 ″ 21, 6. Barratt (Gb / Cen) 26 ″ 96, 7. Di Liddo 26 ″ 89.

200 back: 1. Masse (Can / Tor) 2’01 ″ 45, 2. Baker (Usa / LA) 2’02 ″ 11, 3. Bratton (Usa / Tor) 2’02 ″ 29, 6. Pellegrini 2 ‘ 07 ″ 61 (1’01 ″ 97).

50 rana: 1. Clark (Gb/LA) 29″32 (rn), 2. Atkinson (Jam/Lon) 29″54, 3. Carraro (Cen) 30″02, 8. Munoz (Spa/Cen) 32″ 28.

200 frog: 1. Lazor (Usa / Lon) 2’19 ″ 01, 2. Teterevkova (Lit / LA) 2’21 ″ 63, 2. Cieplucha (Can / Tor) 2’21 ″ 66, 4. Grobenko (Isr / LA) 2’21 ″ 60, 5. Carraro (Cen) 2’21 ″ 83, 8. Omoto (Gia / Cen) 2’25 ″ 11.

100 butterfly: 1. McKeon (Aus / Lon) 55 ″ 57 (25 ″ 99), 2. Hansson (Sve / Tor) 56 ″ 10, 3, Ntountounaki (Gre / LA) 56 ″ 62, 4. Di Liddo (Cen ) 56 ″ 89, 6. Di Pietro (Cen) 57 ″ 13, 8. Bianchi (Lon) 58 ″ 97.

4×100 sl: 1. London Roar 3’28″04 (McKeon 51″36, Wattel 52″32, Toussaint 52″34, Anderson 52″02), 2. Toronto Titans 3’29″80, 3. Los Angeles Current 3’31″89, 4. Aqua Centurions 3’33″89 (Kameneva 53″27, Barratt 53″32, Munoz 53″09, Pellegrini 54″21), 7. London-2 (3a f. Bianchi 55″87), 9. Aqua Centurions-2 3’45″93 (3a f. Polieri 57″38, 4a f. Di Liddo 56″07).

4×100 mx: 1. London Roar 3’47″17 (Toussaint 55″81, Atkinson 1’04″21, Wattel 56″13, McKeon 51″02), 2. Toronto Titants 3’48″85, 3. Los Angeles Current 3’51″63, 4. Los Angeles Current-2 3’52″31, 5. Aqua Centurions 3’55″37 (Kameneva 57″48, Carraro 1’05″66, Di Liddo 58″03, Pellegrini 54″20), 8. A. Centurions-2 (3a f. Di Pietro 57″33).

Team classification (1st day, 2nd stage): 1. London Roar 280.5, 2. Los Angeles Current 246, 3. Toronto Titanis 231.5, 4. Aqua Centurions 138.

Tomorrow: 7pm Sky Action.

RECORD BRIDGES IN BOLZANO – In the meeting in Bolzano (25 meters), the Olympic bronze medalist Noè Ponti stamps the Swiss record of 50 moths in 22 ″ 91, also the record for the review. Massimo Meloni’s pupil (about to be appointed Swiss allsports coach of the year) will compete tomorrow in the 100 butterfly, to celebrate the five-circle metal. – Results Bolzano

Update – Nineteen-year-old Eszter Bekesi at the Hungarian Short Course Championships improved her 200 breaststroke national record in 2’20 ″ 57, erasing Katinka Hosszu’s previous 2019 limit of 2’20 ″ 63.

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Playoff Isl: Fourth, fifth and sixth faith. A winning Rocket and Martinenghi, Rivolta-Zazzeri second, fast relay and Ciampi third

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