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Pedersen set a world record of 200 meters female frog

During the 200m female frog semi-final swim, the Danish seahorse Rikke Pedersen has set a world record. In other developments, Ryan Lochte for the third time in a row won the world gold medal of 200m mixed individual male.

Pedersen, 24 years old, he is 2 minutes 19.11 seconds while the old world record is 2 minutes 19.59 seconds by the American frog swimming expert. Rebecca Soni was established at the London 2012 Olympics.

This is a major breakthrough in Pedersen’s career because before, the best achievement in his career was only 2 minutes 20.53 seconds. At the 2012 London Olympics, Pedersen ranked only 4th and 7th at the swimming world championships in Shanghai 2011.

In other developments, the current US No. 1 male fish, Ryan Lochte won the gold medal of 200m mixed individual. Ryan Lochte became the second person in the history of swimming, after Michael Phelps. Three times won the world gold medal at this distance. Michael Phelps has stepped up to the highest podium at this distance in 3 world championships.

The Chinese swimming team won 2 more gold medals. Belonging to swimmer Liu Zige at the 200m forte female butterfly and Zhao Jing at the 50m female backstroke.

Adding 2 gold medals, swimming in China had a total of 4 gold medals. And with 9 gold medals to jump to the bridge, the Chinese delegation is still temporarily leading the medal table with 13 gold medals. And Lochte won this distance at the world tournaments in 2009, 2011 and 2013.

29 September 2019 Road World Championships (Yorkshire, GREAT BRITAIN) Men Elite 1st : PEDERSEN Mads (DEN) Trek – Segafredo Photo : Yuzuru SUNADA

The American delegation ranked second with 10 gold medals, all of which came from swimming. The third is the Russian delegation with 7 gold medals, all from swimming arts.

The swimming world championship will continue for the next three days with 18 additional swimming distances to compete in the final. The American delegation ranked second with 10 gold medals, all of which came from swimming. The third is the Russian delegation with 7 gold medals, all from swimming arts.




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