日本は大変なことになっていますね、、、Swimming World Magazineにも多くの記事が書かれていて、今日のTop記事は、男子200mBaでした。
The men's 200 back also featured a record when Irie destroyed the previous record with a 1:54.77. He cut two seconds from his previous best of 1:56.53 set in January, and became just the fourth member of the 1:54 club as he finished just half-a-second off Ryan Lochte's world record of 1:54.32. Only Aaron Peirsol (1:54.44) and Michael Phelps (1:54.65) have faster times.
Emily Seebohm of Australia followed with a meet-record time of 1:00.10 in the women's 100 back. The time beat Louise Oernstedt's 1:01.14 set back in 2005. Japan's Hanae Ito touched just behind with a time of 1:00.14, also under the previous standard, while Great Britain's Elizabeth Simmonds placed third in 1:01.24.
Sara Isakovic of Slovenia opened the second finals session with a victory in the women's 200 fly. She clocked a time of 2:07.05. The performance is among the top 10 in the world this year, behind Jessicah Schipper's 2:06.82. Poland's Otylia Jedrzejczak touched just behind with a time of 2:07.12, while Japan's Yuko Nakanishi finished third in 2:08.54.
Randall Bal of the United States blasted his meet record from 2007 when a winning effort of 53.70 in the men's 100 back. This cleared his former standard of 54.57, while tying him with Michael Phelps for the fourth-best in the world this year. Liam Tancock of Great Britain finished second in 54.37, while Tomomi Morita took third in 54.38.