Aragonese swimmer Luis Dominguez, breaks records in Spain 4×200 freestyle, 4×50 freestyle, 4×100 freestyle relay, Melbourne World Cup

Aragonese swimmer Luis Dominguezfrom Miralbueno El Olivar Stadium, shines with the Spanish national team in the Short Course World Cup, which is being held in Melbourne (Australia). As a member of the relay, the man from Zaragoza swims at a national record pace in the three tests he has participated in.

On Friday, the quartet of Sergio de Celis, Mario Mola, Luis Dominguez and Hugo Gonzalez beat He scored for the 4 x 200-meter freestyle until he left at 6:53.13, a decrease of more than ten seconds compared to the seconds in effect since 2009 (7:03.75). also, The Aragonese International sprinted in the great sprint of 1:43.02 to also set a new individual national record. The Spanish relay placed sixth in the final, with the United States setting a new world record with a time of 6:44.12.

The Spanish coaches prioritized the team event and rested Sergio de Celis and Carles Cole in their individual competitions of the 50 freestyle and 200 breaststroke. The play was worth it: In the semifinals, Spain broke the record for the first time, leaving it at 6:56.79.And in the final, he repeated the improvement and moved up one place compared to the semi-final. The previous record of 7:03.75 was held by Alan Cabello, Juanmi Rando, Brenton Cabello and Alex Felicia since 2009.

already on thursday, The 4×50 freestyle relay achieved an impressive sixth place in the World Final with a new national record. Carles Cole, Luis Dominguez, Sergio De Celis and Mario Mola lowered the previous national record, in effect since 2005, by 1.33 seconds with a time of 1:26.26. A thrilling bite that once again illustrated the competitiveness of a team that also achieved sixth place last Tuesday in the 4×100 freestyle final with a new Spanish record of -3:07.19 — included.

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Cole, who didn’t show the effort he made minutes earlier to reach the 100m final, the Spanish quartet finished the first leg in sixth place. A place held by the representatives of Spain after the performance of Domínguez, who passed the baton to de Siles, who dropped to seventh after completing a length. But The Spanish team, which already touched the podium in the 4 x 100 final at the European Long Track competitions held last summer in Rome.she was not willing to give up and with Al Mulla’s help she regained sixth place with a final time of 1:24.83 minutes.

Not enough sign to fight for the podium led Australia, but to defeat rivals of prestige Ukraine s Japan In another example that the Spanish quartet are on track to achieve the goal they set for themselves, to qualify for the Olympic Games From Paris.

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