Saturday, June 3, 2023

Valentine swimmer Luis Dominguez, from record to record with Spain at the World Cup in Australia

valentine swimmer luis dominguezMiralbueno shines with the Spanish team at the Short Course World Cup in Melbourne (Australia) from the El Oliver Stadium. As a member of the relay, the man from Zaragoza swam at national record speeds in the three trials in which he participated.

This Friday, the quartet composed of Sergio de Salis, Mario Mola, Luis Dominguez and Hugo Gonzalez until dropping the 4x200m freestyle record in 6:53.13, a reduction of more than ten seconds compared to the one in place since 2009 (7:03.75). Too, The Valentine International clocked a great sprint of 1:43.02 to set a new personal national record as well. The Spanish relay finished sixth in the final, with the United States setting a new world record in 6:44.12.

The Spanish technical managers gave priority to the team event and rested Sergio de Salis and Carles Cole in their respective individual events of the 50 freestyle and 200 breaststroke. The drama was worth watching: In the semifinals, Spain broke the record for the first time, dropping it to 6:56.79., and in the final he repeated the improvement and moved up one place compared to the semi-final. The previous record was held by Alan Cabello, Juanmi Rando, Brenton Cabello and Alex Vilasija from 2009 at 7:03.75.

Already on Thursday 4×50 freestyle relay sets new national record, finishes sixth in world finals, Carles Cole, Luis Domínguez, Sergio de Salis and Mario Mola lowered the previous national record since 2005 by 1.33 seconds with a time of 1:26.26. A sensational dash that once again demonstrated the competitiveness of the team that finished sixth last Tuesday in the 4×100 freestyle final with a new record for Spain -3:07.19- included.

Spearheaded by Cole, who did not show up to the effort minutes earlier to reach the final of the 100 IM, the Spanish quartet finished the first leg in sixth place. a position which was retained by the Spanish delegates following a performance by Domínguez, who handed the baton to de Salis, who was relegated to seventh after finishing two lengths clear of his own. but The Spanish team, which has already touched the podium in the 4×100 final at the European Long-Course Championships held last summer in RomeShe was not ready to give up and with the help of Molla, she finished sixth with a final time of 1:24.83.

An insufficient mark to fight for an Australia-led podium, but defeating rivals of the stature of Ukraine and Japan in a further example that the Spanish quartet is on the right track to achieving its stated objective of qualifying for the Paris Olympics.

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