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Arno Kamminga In 58.18 Blast Over 100 Breaststroke; 1:56.31 Spanish 200IM Mark For Hugo Gonzalez
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June 6, 2021 — Arno Kamminga is a man with the Tokyo podium in his sights after he went 58.18 in the 100 breaststroke at the Mare Nostrum in Barcelona.

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Matti Mattsson Mints Finnish 200 BR National Record (2:08.51) in Helsinki
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April 23, 2021 — Matti Mattsson highlighted day one Helsinki finals with a new Finnish national record in the 200 breast at 2:08.51, now No. 15 all-time in European history.

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Helsinki Swim Meet: Matti Mattsson

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Helsinki Swim Meet: Marco Koch

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Finland's Best Joined By Hosszu, Koch For Helsinki International Meet
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April 20, 2021 — 2013 World Championship bronze medalist Matti Mattsson will be among the Finnish stars in action later this week in Helsinki.

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Ndoye Brouard Sets French 200 Back Record Of 1:56.10; New 400IM Mark For Marchand
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March 20, 2021 — Yohann Ndoye Brouard set a new French 200 back record of 1:56.10 and Leon Marchand lowered his 400IM mark to 4:14.97 at the FFN Golden Tour.

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Ipsen & Norgaard Went For Men's Distance Round 2 In Malmö
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March 7, 2020 — Day 2 of the 2020 Grand Prix Malmö brought anther battle between past and future NC State Wolfpack members Anton Ipsen and Alexander Norgaard . Both representing their home nation of Denmark here in Sweden, the pair took to the men’s 1500m freestyle last night in a race that saw Ipsen get to the wall first. The result was the same in tonight’s 800m free event, with 25-year-old Ipsen stopping the clock in a time of 7:55.32 to get the win over Norgaard’s 8:01.61.
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