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Sabato, 24 Giugno 2017

Sette Colli. Report heats second day

Sixty-one heats and 545 race presences in the third session of the 54th Trofeo Sette Colli. It is a no-stop show. In the closure, the event record in 50m-breaststroke fixed by Adam Peaty, the second one for the British star after the one fixed in Friday 100m-breaststroke and overall the fifth of the 54th edition of International swimming competition. The World gold in Kazan and European champion in London swims in 26''83, breaking the time of 27''01 reached by the South African Cameron Van Den Burgh in 2015. Behind the 23-years-old swimmer from Uttoxeter (a little city of Staffordshire), the Italian record holder Nicolò Martinenghi (NC Brebbia) with 27''21, promising battle in the afternoon session after the Italian record fixed in 100m-breaststroke yesterday, and the Brazilian Joao Gomes Junior with 27''48.
The programme opens with 100m-butterfly. Ilaria Bianchi reaches the best time with 58''66. The Italian record holder – member of Fiamme Azzurre and NC Azzurra and trained by Fabrizio Bastelli – is ahead Elena Di Liddo (CC Aniene) (58''70) and the British Charlotte Atkinson (59''25).
In male 200m-butterfly, the Japanese Daiya Seto is the fastest with 1'57''71, eight hundredths less than the Hungarian Bence Binczo. Filippo Berlincioni (CC Aniene) ranks forth with 1'58''72, forth personal performance for the athlete of Massimo Meloni. The Italian record holder Giacomo Carini (Fiamme Gialle/Can. Vittorino da Feltre) ranks tenth with 1'59''96, thirty hundredths more than the eighth time, the last useful to participate in Final A.
Then the 100m-backstroke: six female and male heats. The Czech Simona Baumrtova, bronze medalist in Debrecen 2012, ranks first with 1'00''25. The unique qualified Italian athlete is Margheria Panziera (CC Aniene) ranking seventh with 1'01''52. Among males, Matteo Milli confirms his eighth performance condition, ranking third in Friday 50m-backstroke, and first with 54''78. The 28-years-old swimmer of SMGM Team Lombardia ranks ahead the German Christian Diener (54''91) and the Hungarian Gabor Balog (55''01).
In 400m-medley, the Scottish Hannah Miley fixes the best time with 4'41''35 winning on the Canadian Mary Sophie Harvey ranking second with 4'42''73, and the Hungarian Zsuzanna Jakabos ranks third with 4''42''86. Carlotta Toni (Esercito/RN Florentia) swims the fourth time with 4'43''74. Among males, the Hungarian David Verraszto, European champion in London 2016 and silver medalist in Kazan 2015, wins with 4'14''62. Behind him, the Japanese Daiya Seto, bronze medalist in Rio 2016, with 4'16''50, the Brazilian Brandonn Almeida with 4'19''00 and Federico Turrini (Esercito/Nuoto Livorno) with 4'19''81.
The show goes on with the female 100m-freestyle heats, a general test before the afternoon finals. The Holland Ranomi Kromowidjojo is the star. The 27-years-old swimmer, of Suriname origins, Olympic silver in London 2012, is the unique to break the 54 seconds reaching the time of 53''70, ahead the Danish Pernille Blume (54''07) and her team companion Femke Heemskerk (54''35). The star Federica Pellegrini fixes the fifth time with 54''83 (passing in 28''03 at 100m). The South Korean Tae-Hwan Park likes Stadio del Nuoto. Already winner in 400m-freestyle yesterday, he ranks first in 200m-freestyle with 1'48''24. Unique Italian athlete at the Final A Alex Di Giorgio (CC Aniene) ranks third with 1'49''01. Double victory for the British Imogen Clark in 50m-breaststroke with 30''79. Sarah Vasey ranks second with 31''49 ahead Martina Carraro (NC Azzurra) ranking third with 31''51.