Riendo wins the men’s 100m freestyle at the Canadian National Team Trials and is confirmed to go to Paris.

Macintosh sets world record in women’s 400m individual medley

‘Divine’ Summer McIntosh (17, Canada) changed the world record in the women’s 400m individual medley swimming event in just one year.

Macintosh hit the touchpad in 4 minutes 24.38 seconds in the final of the women’s 400m individual medley at the 2024 Paris Olympics Canada National Team Trials held at the Pan Am Sports Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 17th (Korean time).

This record is a new world record, 1 second 49 seconds better than 4 minutes 25.87 seconds set by Macintosh at the same location in April last year.

Born in Toronto in the summer of 2006 (August 18), Macintosh has set world records in his hometown for the second year in a row. 스포츠 토토사이트

McIntosh achieved two consecutive wins in the 200m breaststroke and 400m individual medley at the 2022 Budapest and 2023 Fukuoka World Championships.

I haven’t won an Olympic medal yet.

At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics held in 2021, McIntosh ranked 4th in the women’s 400m freestyle, 9th in the 200m freestyle, and 11th in the 800m freestyle.

However, this year, she enters Paris as a strong favorite to win the 400m individual medley and 200m breaststroke. He is also considered a medal candidate at the Paris Olympics in the 400m and 200m freestyle.

After the game, McIntosh said in an interview with the Olympic Channel, “I am happy to participate in the Paris Olympics. I heard the crowd cheering during the game today. It was a great help.”

In the men’s 100m freestyle final, Joshua Riendo (21) won in 47.55 seconds and qualified for the Paris Olympics.

47.55 seconds is the 3rd place record in the men’s 100m freestyle this year.

Fan Zhanle (China), who set a world record of 46.80 seconds last February, is in first place, and Chris Juliano (USA) is in second place with a time of 47.49 seconds.

Hwang Seon-woo (Gangwon Provincial Office) ranks 13th this season with a time of 47.93 seconds at the Doha World Championships in February.

Yuri Kissil, who placed second in the Canadian national team trials that day, also passed the Paris Olympic standard record of 48.34 seconds with a time of 48.19 seconds, earning a ticket to Paris. 성인웹툰

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