Ukrainian swimmer Andrey Govorov has set a new world record in the 50m butterfly
In the final competition in Rome (Italy) Dialects showed a time of 22.27 seconds. Thus, the Ukrainian 0.16 seconds bettered the world record, which since 2009 has belonged to Spaniard Rafael Munoz, informs an information portal Know.Sport.
“This is the story! I left it a contribution. I am really happy to show you something special,” said Govorov after the competition.
At the last world championship in 2017 was held in Budapest (Hungary), Govorov won the bronze.
Govorov won the third for Ukraine medal at the European Championships
Ukrainian swimmer Andrey Govorov won the silver medal at the European championship on short water in Copenhagen.
In competition at the 50 meter butterfly, the Ukrainian showed the second time, losing to the leader by only 0.01 seconds.
It should be noted that this medal was for Andrei eighth in the European Championships at the short water. Earlier, the Ukrainian three times champion of the continent (2011, 2013 and 2015), 50-meters butterfly.
Also add that Says brought to Ukraine for a third medal at the European Championships in Denmark. A day earlier, Mykhailo Romanchuk won in the final swim 1500 meters freestyle, and Darya Zevina was second in the 200-backstroke.
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