The Australian Dolphin Kyle Chalmers has demonstrated once again why he is considered to be the best male short-course freestyle swimmer in the world by winning the competition that he considers to be his specialty at the final stop of the FINA World Cup, which took place over the weekend in Indianapolis.
The competition was the 100-meter freestyle. One month from now is when the World Championships will take place.
Chalmers did not lose a single race in the 100-meter freestyle competition over the three World Cups that were held in Berlin, Toronto, and Indianapolis, so she was able to easily win the 2022 Triple Crown and take home the trophy.
It is the second year in a row that Chalmers has successfully defended his title in the 100-meter dash, giving him a total of seven victories in a row at the World Cup level.
Chalmers also competed in the men’s 50-meter freestyle final, where he finished in second place, 0.09 seconds behind the winner, Dylan Carter of Trinidad & Tobago.
Madi Wilson, the leader of the Dolphins, capped off a fruitful World Cup season by winning an additional three medals for herself in Indianapolis. She won silver in the women’s 100-meter freestyle final and bronze in both the 50-meter and 200-meter freestyle competitions.
As a result of these final performances, Wilson finished seventh overall in the women’s individual rankings across the World Cup circuit, and Chalmers finished sixth in the men’s individual rankings.
The 16th FINA World Championships (25m) will begin in just over a month at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, so the focus of everyone’s attention has shifted to that competition.
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