Kyle Chalmers breaks the world record for the 100 meters freestyle

Australian swimmer Kyle Chalmers this Friday he broke the world record in the 100-meter freestyle test thanks to a 44.84-second stopwatch, a record set at the FINA World Cup taking place this weekend in Kazan, Russia.

Kyle Chalmers, winner the day before in the 50-meter freestyle, made history this Friday with a stratospheric time in the hectometer by surpassing in almost a second and a half the Russians Valdimir Morozov and Kliment Kolesnkov, silver and bronze respectively.

The 23-year-old ‘aussie’ swimmer, current Olympic runner-up in this distance, He dominated the event from start to finish and finished with a world record (44.94 seconds) that was held by Frenchman Amaury Leveaux since 2008.

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