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Meiron Cheruti Places Up 23.01 50 Fly Israeli Document To Shut Eindhoven Qualification Meet


2024 EINDHOVEN QUALIFICATION MEET

The 2024 Eindhoven Qualification Meet wrapped up tonight from the Netherlands with home swimmers taking up competitors from Israel, France, Germany and past.

Making his presence recognized within the males’s 50m free was nationwide file holder Meiron Cheruti, with the 26-year-old main a trio of sub-22-second swimmers.

Cheruti notched a profitable effort of 21.93, a mark simply .11 outdoors of the 21.84 Israeli nationwide file he placed on the books in April of final yr.

Host nation swimmer Kenzo Simons was proper behind, touching simply .01 away from Cheruti in 21.94 for silver whereas Martin Kartavi of Israel bagged bronze in 21.99, simply the 2nd time of his profession within the 21-second zone.

Earlier within the session, nonetheless, Cheruti topped the boys’s 50m fly podium, establishing a brand new nationwide file within the course of.

Cheruti hit 23.01 to crush his earlier best-ever and Israeli normal of 23.38 logged on the 2022 nationwide summer time championships.

Cheruti now ranks Fifth on this planet within the 50m fly in a time that might have garnered the silver medal at this yr’s World Championships.

2 Nyls
KORSTANJE
NED 22.90 04/05
3 Michael
ANDREW
USA 22.94 02/11
4 Diogo
RIBEIRO
POR 22.97 02/12
5 Abdelrahman
SAMEH
EGY 23.04 10/15

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France’s Melanie Henique was additionally spectacular on this closing evening, clocking an excellent fast results of 25.22 to take the ladies’s 50m fly.

Henique represented the only real sub-26-second swimmer of the sector, as Tessa Giele of the host nation collected silver in 26.02 whereas fellow French swimmer Marie Wattel rounded out the rostrum in 26.09.

Henique’s 25.22 effort this night checks in because the #2 time of the veteran’s profession, sitting solely behind the 25.17 PB she placed on the books in 2021. She is the reigning World Championships silver medalist on this race, having earned runner-up standing in Doha in a time of 25.44.

However Henique additionally doubled up on the evening, capturing 50m free gold as nicely.

The 31-year-old turned in a time of 24.60 to only get the sting over Dutch swimmer Valerie van Roon who hit 24.62. Kim Busch notched 24.79 for the bronze.

Extra Notes

  • Portugal’s Francisca Soares Martins stopped the clock in 4:10.86 to take the ladies’s 400m free by over 3 seconds. She put the present nationwide file of 4:08.77 on the books no the 2023 Maree Nostrum Tour.
  • The lads’s 400m free noticed Germany’s Sven Schwarz prime the rostrum whereas registering the Fifth-best time of his profession. Schwarz touched in 3:47.82, the precise time he posted for sixteenth at this yr’s World Championships. His PB stays on the 3:45.92 logged in July of 2023. Olympian Mykhailo Romanchuk of Ukraine secured silver tonight in 3:50.76 and Israeli Yoav Romano earned bronze in 3:52.42.
  • Dutch breaststroking ace Tes Schouten produced a profitable time of 1:06.15 to seize gold within the ladies’s 100m breast by practically 3 seconds. She earned silver on this occasion in Doha with a results of 1:05.82.
  • A quartet of males’s 100m breaststrokers broke the minute barrier, led by Germany’s Melvin Imoudu. Following up on his 50m breast nationwide file from evening 1, Imoudu registered 59.33 for the win, a time simply .16 outdoors his personal PB. Dutch swimmer Caspar Corbeau snagged silver in 59.66 whereas compatriot and Olympic silver medalist on this occasion Arno Kamminga received to the wall in 59.67 for bronze. Lithuanian Andrius Sidlauskas nabbed 59.88 for 4th place.

Dutch Qualifiers as of As we speak:

Ladies

– 50 free (restrict 24.70): Marrit Steenbergen (24.42) and Kim Busch (24.68)
– 100 free (53.61): Marrit Steenbergen (52.26)
– 200 free (1.57.26): Marrit Steenbergen (1.55.51)
– 100 again (59.99): Maaike de Waard (59.65) and Kira Toussaint (59.88)
– 100 breast (1.06.79): Tes Schouten (1.05.71)
– 200 breast (2.23.91): Tes Schouten (2.19.81)
– 100 fly (57.92): Tessa Giele (57.38)
– 200 medley (2.11.47): Marrit Steenbergen (2.08.86)

Males:

– 50 free (restrict 21.96): Kenzo Simons (21.73) and Renzo Tjon A Joe (21.88)
– 200 again (1.57.50): Kai van Westering (1.56.91)
– 100 breast (59.49): Arno Kamminga (58.71) and Caspar Corbeau (59.33)
– 200 breast (2.09.68): Caspar Corbeau (2.07.99) and Arno Kamminga (2.08.30)
– 100 butterfly (51.67): Nyls Korstanje (50.78)



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