Sette Colli. Belmonte back on 200 butterfly, Prakash breaks Indian record in 200 freestyle
The slow series of the last day of the 58th edition of the Sette Colli Trophy / International Swimming Championships also features athletes known to the international scene. Mireia Belmonte Garcia back to swim in the Rio Olympic gold medal race, the 200 butterfly, in 2'13"63. Waiting the Eurojuniors, scheduled at the Stadio del Nuoto in Rome from 6 to 11 July, Lorenzo Galossi improves his personal best in the 200 freestyle in 1'50"47. After the Indian record in the 200 butterfly, Sajan Prakash repeated in the 200 freestyle in 1'49"73. There is great expectation for the third afternoon session that will feature the champions' finals at 6.30 pm, live on Rai Sport.
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Sette Colli. Stars in Olympic shape, great results at Rome
The second day of the Sette Colli Trophy was cloaked in an international atmosphere. The Swedish Sarah Sjoestroem won the 100 butterfly with a time of 57"65 and the satisfaction of "having returned to her times before the elbow injury"; then she is second in the 100 freestyle in 53"47 behind the Dutch european champion Femke Heemskerk (always younger at 33 years old) who wins in 53"03 preceding also her national team mate and olympic champions Ranomi Kromowidjojo (53"55) and Federica Pellegrini, fourth in 53"71. The Hungarian Kristof Milak dominates the 200 butterfly in 1'53"18 (Sette Colli record), advancing the Italian Federico Burdisso (1'55"72) and the South African champion Chad Le Clos (1'55"95); the Dutch Kira Toussant wins the 100 backstroke in 59"23 and takes the podium that was taken away from her by the Italian Margherita Panziera (fourth in 1'00"05) at the European Championships in Budapest; behind the Dutchwoman are the Swedish Michelle Coleman (59"62) and the Norwegian Ingebord Vassba Loeyning (60"). The Hungarians Katinka Hosszu (4'36"31) and David Verraszto (4'09"57) took the 400 mixed medley. In the 50 breaststroke, the Italians proved to be faster than everyone else. Benedetta Pilato set the event record in 29"69 and Nicolò Martinenghi (26"59) put his hand ahead of the Brazilians Felipe Lima (26"92) and Joao Luiz Gomes (26"98). Italians Simone Sabbioni and Thomas Ceccon won the 50 backstroke in 24"80 and the 100 freestyle with the Sette Colli record of 48"14 ahead of Alessandro Miressi, European champion in Glasgow 2018 and vice champion in Budapest 2020. In the 800 won by the European queen of middle distance Simona Quadarella - home athlete - in 8'23"25 and the Brazilian Guilher Pereira Da Costa in 7'53"97.
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58° Sette Colli. Flash Quotes. Day 2
Shown below the podium and flash quotes of the second day of the 58th edition of Sette Colli / International Swimming Trophy, taking place at the Swimming Stadium in Rome.
Women's 100m butterfly
1. Sjoestroem Sarah (SWE) 57"65: I did the same time today as I did before I broke my elbow. After yesterday's 50, I got a bit tired in the second 50 today, but I'm getting back into better shape for the big event.
2. Di Liddo Elena (ITA) 57"93: I did not expect to feel so much the warmth of the public, I think they also missed being able to cheer their idols. The preparation for Tokyo is going well: we have focused the whole season on that goal and I hope to give my best in a few weeks.
3. Bianchi Ilaria (ITA) 57"95: The second part of the season was marked by the Covid, it always seems like an excuse but it was a difficult three months. So I am very happy to be able to stay under 58". I'm not at the top but that's okay. I will look ahead and try to find my best form for next season.
Men's 200m butterfly
2. Burdisso Federico (ITA) 1'55"72: I didn't have a good feeling in water, but that's okay because I'm working hard for Tokyo. Competing with champions like Le Clos and Milak is always an honour, as well as being useful in view of international appointments. After the Olympics I would like to go back to the United States.
3. Le Clos Chad (ES) 1'55"95: I'm very satisfied with the race and hearing all the warmth and cheering of the crowd always gives me an extra boost. Especially here in Rome, I feel at home and I get excited every time I compete in this pool.
Women's 100m backstroke
1. Toussaint Kira (NED) 59"23: It was important today to get back under a minute, it was a bit of redemption compared to the European Championships in Budapest. I struggled to find my rhythm in the first few metres, but then I felt good again at the turn. I'm training for Tokyo, the goal will be to get into the final. Then I will play to win.
3. Panziera Margherita (ITA) 1'00"05: Honestly I'm a bit disappointed, I was hoping to swim under 60". But I'm a bit tired because of the preparation for the Games. I am really happy to be competing with Kira (Toussaint) again, she is a friend and has an enviable technique. Obviously this race is a step for me towards tomorrow's 200.
Men's 50m backstroke
1. Sabbioni Simone (ITA) 24"80: I am really happy about this race today, this time is my best. Surely it is a good preparation for the 100 Olympic Games, I hope to be called up to help the team for the mixed relay. Today I felt less pressure than yesterday's race.
Women's 400m individual medley
1. Hosszu Katinka (HUN) 4'36"31: The training for the Olympics is going very well. The feeling in the water today was good and the affection of the public in Rome makes it all the more special.
3. Belmonte Garcia Mireia (ESP) 4'39"37: I am really satisfied with today's time, the perseverance in training is paying off. It was nice, finally, to be back competing with the other international champions after the 2019 European Championships.
Men's 400m individual medley
2. Heidtmann Jacob (GER) 4'13"50: It was a very fun race and I set my personal best for the season. The pool at the Foro Italico is beautiful, it is always a spectacle to swim here. Tokyo will be my second Olympics: I'm training in San Diego, but we had a lot of problems because of the Covid restrictions. But I've been lucky to be able to train and I'm happy to finally be competing again.
3. Razzetti Alberto (ITA) 4'14"69: I did a good race, I don't swim the 400 often, it took me a while to find the rhythm. I came back from the European Championships stronger and also more aware of my potential.
Women's 100m freestyle
1. Heemskerk Femke (NED) 53"03: It took me a while to recover after the European Championships, but today's result shows me that I am on the right track. I was very close to 52" again. It was a pleasure to come back to Rome and feel all this energy from the public, maybe for the last time.
2. Sjoestroem Sarah (SWE) 53"47: I felt good in the water, although I was hoping to go a little faster. In the second 50m I found the right stroke rhythm. Today's time is in line with the preparation.
3. Kromowidjojo Ranomi (NED) 53"55: It was a fast race, it is great to compete with great athletes. I always like to challenge myself and try to exceed my limits. The time is pretty good.
Men's 100m freestyle
1. Ceccon Thomas (ITA) 48"14: I immediately felt good in water, I saw that I was in front with the others and I thought I could play it. The time is very good, I'm happy. In Tokyo I'm aiming for the 100 backstroke, I don't know if I can do the relay because they are very close. I also hope I can do the 100 freestyle.
2. Miressi Alessandro (ITA) 48"16: I'm quite happy with the result, this Sette Colli is an excellent training session in preparation for the Olympics. I could have done a little less today, but I'm feeling good and my mind is already on the Games.
Women's 50m breststroke
1. Pilato Benedetta (ITA) 29"69: The time is quite good, I did not expect to be able to do less. My goal is to further improve the world record. I will also do the Eurojuniors, because I don't want to arrive with too many expectations or anxiety in Tokyo.
2. Castiglioni Arianna (ITA) 30"06: The 50 is certainly not my favourite race. So I am really happy to have achieved my personal best. After yesterday's record and today's race I hope for the mixed relay at the Olympics, let's see how the 200 will go tomorrow.
Men's 50m breaststroke
1. Martinenghi Nicolò (ITA) 26"59: I made a few mistakes in the race, but after yesterday's good result I could not expect much more than this. I swam without thinking and the time shows that I am working in the right way.
2. Lima Felipe (BRA) 26"92: I am happy with the race and to be here in Rome. During the pandemic it was very difficult to train, so being able to return to compete in a major competition like Sette Colli in the run-up to the Olympics is certainly useful to improve my preparation.
3. Gomes Jr Joao Luiz (BRA) 26"98: I'm not completely satisfied with the race, although it was exciting to swim in this pool again. I couldn't train as I did in previous years, but I still wanted to test my condition. And the public in Rome is wonderful, they give us a lot of warmth.
Women's 800m freestyle
1. Quadarella simona (ITA) 8'23"25: Winning in this pool is special but I am not happy about the time. At the Sette Colli every year I swim better in the 1500s and today I felt tired. But it was a special season, I am happy to have reached my goal, the qualification for Tokyo. Tomorrow I will also do the 400.
2. Caramignoli Martina (ITA) 8'29"03: I definitely felt much better today than yesterday. My form is not optimal at the moment, we came down from the high ground on Tuesday after a loading period, so it's fine. Racing here was important, because it is the last test before the Olympics. The next two weeks we will be in Rome and then, on the 12th, we will leave for Japan. I will definitely do the 1500, but hopefully also the 800.
Men's 800m freestyle
1. Pereira da Costa Guilher (BRA) 7'53"97: It wasn't an easy race, I'm a bit tired, but I still wanted to take to the water at Sette Colli. Competing here in Rome is always a pleasure, the time is still very good. I want to improve further and will continue to train in the coming weeks.
2. Christiansen Henrik (NOR) 7'54"18: I felt good in the water but I was hoping to go faster. I was in the mountains for three weeks to train, I just got back and I feel a bit tired. Tokyo is four weeks away, now I just have to find the right feelings. I've heard about Gregorio (Paltrinieri), we are very good friends and it's a pity to know that he's not well. Gregorio, I hope you get well soon and I hope to see you at your best in Tokyo!
Sette Colli. No Olympic pass for Alshammar in 100 freestyle
Waiting for the fast series, the second day of the 58th edition of the Sette Colli Trophy / Internazionali di Nuoto opens with Therese Alshammar's (age 43) attempt to gain a pass in the 100 freestyle for her seventh Olympics: her 57"99 is not enough. She will try for the 50 which could be the last race for the Swedish star who has two Olympic silver and bronze medals, 12 world golds and 26 European golds in palmares. One shot for Federica Pellegrini too with an excellent performance in the 100 backstroke which she not swum since 2019. She stopped the clock just two tenths from her personal best in 1'00"32.
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Sette Colli in Rome. Report day one
The fans are back. The olympic swimming pool at the Stadio del Nuoto in Rome receives the public after pandemic restrictions. The 58th Sette Colli Trophy - Swimming Internationals is the biggest event one month out from the Tokyo Olympic Games. Especially this year, athletes want to get back to competing.
Four records were set on the first day of competition. In the 100 breaststroke Nicolò Martinenghi and Arianna Castiglioni set the Italian records with 58"29 and 1'05"67; Simona Quadarella set the championship record in the 1500 freestyle with 15'48"81 and Kristof Milak (Hungary) won the 100 butterfly in 50"80 (event record). Very fast the swedish Sarah Sjoestroem, after a long stop, who won the 50 butterfly in 25"42, one hundredth less than the Dutch Ranomi Kromowidjojo, second in 25"43.
The Brazilians Etiene Medeiros and Bruno Fratus win the gold medals in the 50 backstroke (27"78) and 50 freestyle (21"71). Closing for Federica Pellegrini who wins the 200 freestyle with 1'56"23.
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Sette Colli. Flash Quotes. Day 1
Shown below the podium and flash quotes of the first day of the 58th edition of Sette Colli / International Swimming Trophy, taking place at the Swimming Stadium in Rome.
Men's 100m backstroke
1. Ceccon Thomas (ITA) 53"79: I have some problems with the start lately, I have to fix it as soon as possible for Tokyo. The race went quite well, even if the time isn't my best. But I'm training for Olympics, so that's acceptable.
2. Sabbioni Simone (ITA) 53"96: I missed the Olympic relay time, but I am satisfied with the race and with how the preparation is going. I still hope to get the pass.
3. Lamberti Michele (ITA) 54"14: I am very happy, I did not expect to go so fast. It is my personal best. In March I was stopped for a month for Covid, so I did not expect to get this result. I am really happy.
Women’s 50m backstroke
1. Medeiros Etiene (BRA) 27"78: The last time I did the 50 backstroke was 2018, but this time is great ahead of Tokyo. I will compete in the 4x100 style. Racing in this pool is great, I always have so much fun. I love this pool, it was the one of my first World Championships in 2009. Unforgettable.
2. Toussaint Kira (NED) 27"79: I am not very satisfied, I was hoping to go a bit faster. But I'm training very well for the Olympics, that's what counts. Competing in this pool is always exciting, finally with the public in the stands. I'm going to Tokyo to compete.
3. Cocconcelli Costanza (ITA) 27"92: This is my personal best, I could not be happier. I am really satisfied, after the European Championships that did not go as I expected, it is a revenge. The work I am doing with my coach (Fabrizio Bastelli, ed) is going well.
Men's 400m freestyle
1. De Tullio Marco (ITA) 3'47"41: I am really happy with the time because I did not expect it. The training for the Olympics is tough, these days are a bit heavy, but competing at the Foro Italico is magic, I love this pool.
2. Pereira Da Costa Guiler (BRA) 3'48"62: I'm not very happy with the race but I'm happy to be here in Rome, competing with so many important swimmers. I consider Rome like my home, I study here.
3. Lamberti Matteo (ITA) 3'29"19: I'm really happy, I reached my personal best. I'm focused on the 1500, it's my race and I feel in good shape. I am very happy that the public is back, it is the extra gear that we need.
Women's 200m freestyle
1. Pellegrini Federica (ITA) 1'56"23: It was the easiest Settecolli of my career, but I am satisfied. The time is in line with Budapest, but we are working hard for this last Olympics. I do not look at the times that my opponents do during the season, each race is different. In Tokyo I would like to reach the final. Then I will play for it.
Men's 100m breaststroke
1. Nicolò Martinenghi (ITA) 58"29 RI-CR: I felt great in water, I had fun. Finally the public is back in the stands, it was fun to hear the cheering. I didn't expect to go so fast, but I was hoping. Now I'll head to Tokyo, I'm in good shape.
2. Arno Kamminga (NED) 58"40: I'm happy to be back in Rome, I love this pool. I thought I had forced in the firtst 50m, but everything went as I wanted. At the Olympics I just want to go fast. If we exclude Peaty, with the others, including Nicolò (Martinenghi), we are all very close. It will be fun.
3. Federico Poggio (ITA) 59"39: Swimming in this pool is always exciting, the Settecolli is a tradition. I had a few small injuries but my preparation is not suffering. Let's hope for Tokyo.
Women’s 100m breaststroke
1. Castiglioni Arianna (ITA) 1'05"67 RI: I am very happy, I wanted to do well even if I know that in Tokyo I will not compete in the individual race. I hope for the relay, I wanted to prove that I deserve the pass. After the Trials I had a difficult time, especially mentally. I'm happy to be able to swim with the people in the stands cheering me on.
2. Pilato Benedetta (ITA) 1'05"84 RIC-RIJ: Swimming under the wall of 1'06 was the goal I set for today. I had come close too many times, I felt I could do it. I'm looking forward to Tokyo, it will be my first Olympics and I'm already very happy to have managed to get a pass at just 16 years old. We'll see what happens, but I'm already satisfied.
Men's 100m butterfly
2. Noe Ponti (SUI) 51"59: It is the second time that I come to the Settecolli, the first was two years ago but I swam the 200 mixed. I didn't think I was going so fast, I'm a bit drained in this period but this time gives me hope for the future.
6. Le Clos Chad (ES) 51"87: It was great to come back and compete here in Rome, especially with the crowd. I can't wait to go to the Olympics, it will be the third time for me but like every time I will get excited, I'm sure. I am proud to represent my country, South Africa, even there we had a very bad period with the pools closed like here in Italy. But to come back and swim was fantastic.
Women's 50m butterfly
1. Sjoestroem Sarah (SWE) 25"42: I love Italy, especially this city. In Rome I won my first World title, in the 100 butterfly in 2009. I am quite satisfied with today's result, I am working well in view of Tokyo.
2. Kromowidjojo Ranomi (NED) 25"43: I expected to go faster, with Sarah (Sjoestroem) next to me it is always a battle. I am probably a bit tired, but it's ok. The form is there, or rather it is coming. After Tokyo there will be time to relax, now I continue to push. The Foro Italico is my favourite pool and the Settecolli is my favourite competition. Every year it's great to come back.
Men's 50m freestyle
1. Fratus Bruno (BRA) 21"71: I continue to train for Tokyo, I will try to do my best. It was a special year for everyone because of the pandemic, but I am grateful to have at least one pool to train in. But I carry this pool in my heart, it is one of my absolute favourites.
2. Miressi Alessandro (ITA) 21"97: I am happy with today's race despite being underloaded. Today was an important test for the 100, which I feel more mine. We'll see how they go tomorrow.
Women's 1500m freestyle
1. Quadarella Simona (ITA) 15'48"81 CR: Finally I can swim these times again. In the pool of my city I found the emotions of competition that I had been missing for a while. Now all my energies are focused on Tokyo, my first Olympics.
2. Caramignoli Martina Rita (ITA) 16'12"30: I thought I'd be able to go faster, I'm getting tired after the altitude training. The work for Tokyo is going well, the form will come. I was thrilled to hear the crowd cheering today.
Sette Colli in Rome. The swimming festival starts on Friday
One month has passed since the European Championships in Budapest and one month before the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The 58th Sette Colli Trophy - International Swimming Championships falls exactly in the middle. Three days of super swimming, from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th June. Formula with direct series, as last year. It starts in the morning at 9.00 am with the slowest series; it continues in the afternoon at 4.15 pm with an intermediate series and from 6.30 pm the fast series live on Rai Sport.
There were many stars in the pool, including Olympic champions Dmitriy Baladin (Kaz), Garcia Mireia Belmonte (Esp), Pernielle Blume (Den), Katinka Hosszu (Hun), Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Ned), Chad Le Clos (RSA), Sarah Sjoestroem (Swe) who was returning after an elbow injury, and international medallists Bruno Fratus (Bra), Anastasia Gorbenko (Isr), Andriy Govorov (Ukr), Femke Heemskerk (Ned), Marco Koch (Ger), Ari-Pekka Liukkonen (Fin), Lisa Mamie (Sui), Etienne Medeiros (Bra), Kistof Milak (Hun), Tira Toussaint (Ned), David Verraszto (Hun) and Therese Alshammar (Swe) who will try to qualify for the seventh Olympics of her career. All the Azzurri are also competing, led by captain Federica Pellegrini and the very young world record holder Benedetta Pilato, but without Gregorio Paltrinieri, who is suffering from mononucleosis.
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Italia tra le stelle. Al via il 58° Sette Colli
Il countdown è iniziato. Al via del 58° Trofeo Sette Colli - Internazionali di nuoto, che da venerdì 25 a domenica 27 giugno si disputerà allo Stadio del Nuoto del Foro Italico di Roma, "nella piscina più bella del mondo", come la definiscono gli stessi atleti, che dall'11 al 22 agosto 2022 ospiterà i prossimi campionati europei!
Formula con serie dirette. Si comincia la mattina con le più lente; si prosegue il pomeriggio con una serie intermedia e dalle 18:30 via a quelle veloci in diretta su Rai Sport.
Pronte le entry list e definita la squadra nazionale che entrerà in vasca a un mese esatto dai Giochi Olimpici di Tokyo e dopo gli storici europei di Budapest conclusi con 5 ori (tre di Simona Quadarella che si è confermata campionessa del mezzofondo come a Glasgow 2018, di Margherita Panziera bis nei 200 dorso e nei 50 rana della 16enne Benedetta Pilato diventata anche la più giovane primatista mondiale italiana della storia), 9 argenti e 13 bronzi per un totale di 27 medaglie, cinque in più dell'edizione di Glasgow 2018 (22; 6-5-11) e di Debrecen 2012 (18; 6-8-4); vittoria della classifica per nazioni con 52 presenze gara in finale per 31 primati personali e 10 record italiani, oltre al mondiale.
L'Italia del nuoto parteciperà al Sette Colli per la prima volta con due primatiste del mondo, segno evidente della crescita costante dell'intero movimento grazie al lavoro inesauribile delle società.
Oltre ai prestigiosi titoli della manifestazione, in palio anche gli ultimi pass olimpici a completamento delle sei staffette italiane qualificate (tutte eccetto la 4x100 stile libero femminile, prima riserva).
I CONVOCATI AZZURRI. Stefano Ballo (Esercito/Time Limit), Federico Burdisso (Esercito/Aurelia Nuoto), Thomas Ceccon (Fiamme Oro/Leosport), Yukio Santo Condorelli (Aurelia Nuoto), Gabriele Detti (Esercito/In Sport Rane Rosse), Marco De Tullio (Fiamme Oro/Swim Project), Stefano Di Cola (Marina Militare/CC Aniene), Luca Dotto (Carabinieri/Larus Nuoto), Manuel Frigo (Fiamme Oro/Team Veneto), Nicolò Martinenghi (CC Aniene), Alessandro Miressi (Fiamme Oro/CN Torino), Luca Pizzini (Carabinieri/IC Bentegodi), Alessio Proietti Colonna (Marina Militare/Aurelia Nuoto), Alberto Razzetti (Fiamme Gialle/Genova Nuoto My Sport), Matteo Lamberti (Carabinieri/GAM Sport), Ivano Vendrame (Esercito/Larus Nuoto), Mattia Zuin (Fiamme Oro/Nottoli 74); Simona Quadarella (CC Aniene), Martina Rita Caramignoli (Fiamme Oro/Aurelia Nuoto), Martina Carraro (Fiamme Azzurre/Azzurra Nuoto), Elena Di Liddo (Carabinieri/CC Aniene), Sara Franceschi (Fiamme Gialle/Livorno Acquatic), Margherita Panziera (Fiamme Oro/CC Aniene), Federica Pellegrini (CC Aniene) e Benedetta Pilato (CC Aniene).
Nello staff il consigliere federale Roberto Del Bianco, il coordinatore tecnico scientifico dei settori agonistici Marco Bonifazi, il direttore tecnico della nazionale Cesare Butini, il responsabile tecnico delle squadre nazionali giovanili Walter Bolognani (poi impegnato agli europei juniores dal 6 all'11 luglio allo Stadio del Nuoto), il tecnici della squadra nazionale Stefano Morini, Claudio Rossetto, Gianni Leoni, Stefano Franceschi, Fabrizio Bastelli, Matteo Giunta e Fabrizio Antonelli, il tecnico statunitense Stephen Payton Brooks, il responsabile delle riprese video Ivo Ferretti, il medico federale Lorenzo Marugo, i fisioterapisti Stefano Amirante e Alessandro Del Piero, il preparatore atletico Marco Lancissi.
LE NAZIONI PARTECIPANTI. Insieme agli azzurri saliranno sui blocchi nuotatori in rappresentanza di Argentina, Austria, Brasile, Francia, Danimarca, Sud Africa, Belgio, Finlandia, Germania, Ungheria, India, Israele, Kazakhstan, Liechtenstein, Lituania, Lussemburgo, Olanda, Nuova Zelanda, Grecia, Filippine, Serbia, Repubblica Ceca, Slovacchia, Spagna, Svezia, Norvegia, Svizzera, Turchia, Ucraina e Gran Bretagna.
BOOM DI STRANIERI. Tra i campioni più attesi la svedese Therese Alshammar, che punta a qualificarsi alla settima Olimpiade della carriera, le olandesi Ranomi Kromowidjojo e Femke Heemskerk, la danese Pernille Blume, la svedese Sarah Sjoestroemal rientro dopo l'infortunio, l'ungherese Katinka Hosszu, la spagnola Mireia Belmonte Garcia, il brasiliano Bruno Fratus, gli ungheresi Kristof Milak e David Verraszto, il kazako Dmitriy Baladin, l'ucraino Andriy Govorov, il tedesco Marco Koch e il sudafricano Chad Le Clos.
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Tra i campioni più attesi la svedese Therese Alshammar, che punta a qualificarsi alla settima Olimpiade della carriera, le olandesi Ranomi Kromowidjojo e Femke Heemskerk, la danese Pernille Blume, la svedese Sarah Sjoestroem, l'ungherese Katinka Hosszu, la spagnola Mireia Belmonte Garcia, il brasiliano Bruno Fratus, gli ungheresi Kristof Milak e David Verraszto, il kazako Dmitriy Baladin, l'ucraino Andriy Govorov, il tedesco Marco Koch e il sudafricano Chad Le Clos.
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