The Ukrainian had set the record in style, which did not train
Ukrainian swimmer Andrey Govorov has set a new world record in the 50m butterfly.
In the final competition in Rome Andrew showed a time of 22.27 seconds and 0.16 seconds improved the previous world record, which since 2009, the year belonged to Spaniard Rafael muñoz.
“This is the story! I left it in its trail. I am really happy to show you something special”, — said the swimmer.
The athlete admitted that he is not trained butterfly, and doing freestyle.
“Frankly, in recent years I have trained freestyle. But here I missed the 50-meter freestyle because it was overloaded. It was decided to swim the butterfly stroke in this competitive period. I’m not trained butterfly, as such,” — said Dialects.
We will remind, the national team of Ukraine on judo successfully participated in the European Cup, which takes place in Slovenian Podčetrtek.
According to the national Olympic Committee of Ukraine, on 25 June, the Ukrainians have won 4 more medals. Silver was won by Danilo Hutsol in weight category to 100 kg. Three more bronze on the account of Alexander Mendela (up to 100 kg), Anastasia Sapsay (to 78 kg) and Vasilina Kirichenko (to 78 kg).
Gold medal for the Ukrainian team at the European Cup was won by 17-year-old Daria Beloded (in the weight category up to 48 kilograms).
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The national team of Ukraine became one of the best in the championship of Europe on judo among the veterans, which ended on June 17 in Glasgow, Scotland. This was announced by the judo Federation of Ukraine.
Ukrainian athletes won 14 medals — five gold, four silver and five bronze.
It was also reported. player fell into a coma after a collision during training.
After the player of national team of Peru Jefferson farfán collided with another player of the team in training on June 25, he fell to the turf unconscious.
According to the brother of football player, he was knocked unconscious for about 30 minutes. Came to Farfan only in the hospital.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.