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The penultimate preliminaries of the 2021 SC World Championship are in Abu Dhabi. This morning, we will get the men’s 200 medley relay, women’s 200 IM, men’s 400 IM, women’s 100 fly, men’s 100 freedom, women’s 50 freedom, men’s 50 chest, women’s 800 free relay and men’s 1500 freedom preliminaries.
Israel’s Anastasia Gorbeenko has been in tears this week. After winning 100 IM last night, she will re-enter the women’s 200 IM competition. Men's 100-chest champion Ilya Shymanovich missed the 200-chest final and he will win another gold medal on 50-chest starting this morning.
After winning the electric gold medal in the women's 50-man race last night, Ranomi Kromowidjojo will participate in the women's 50-man free race this morning. Felix Auboeck, the champion of the men's 400-man freeroll, will return today in the men's 1500-man freeroll.
Men's 4×50 Medley Relay-Preliminaries:
World Record: 1:30.14-Italy-November 3, 2021
Championship record: 1:30.51-Brazil-December 4, 2014
Top 8 qualifiers:
Russian Swimming Federation – 1:32.52
Egypt – 1:33.19
Brazil – 1:33.21
United States – 1:33.29
Italy – 1:33.60
Norway – 1:34.33
Poland – 1:34.54
Lithuania – 1:35.20
Pavel Samusenko (23.38), Andrei Nikolaev (26.16), Oleg Kostin (22.08) and Aleksandr Shchegolev (20.90) defeated the rest of the venues by 1:32.52 in the preliminaries, making RSF the number one seed in the final.
Egypt performed very well in the preliminaries and got the second fastest result in the morning with a score of 1:33.19. Mohamed Samy (23.69), Youssef Elkamash (26.40), Youssef Ramadan (22.37) and Abdelrahman Sameh (20.73) broke the Egyptian and African records by swimming.