Franziska Partheymüller Wins 50 Breaststroke Title at the IISA 5th World Championship

Franziska Partheymüller Wins 50 Breaststroke Title at the IISA 5th World Championship

Franziska Partheymüller and Zoé Ducret were separated by a mere 0.05 seconds in the 50m breaststroke at the IISA 5th World Championship in Samoëns, France.

While the 21-year-old Ducret of France won the 100m breaststroke with Partheymüller second, the 26-year-old German turned the tables in the 50m breaststroke sprint. 22-year-old Aurore Bruzzo of France captured the bronze medal in both the 50m and 100m breaststroke events.

  1. Franziska Partheymuller (Germany, shown above) 38.69
  2. Zoé Ducret (France) 38.74
  3. Aurore Bruzzo (France) 40.42
  4. Samantha Whelpton (South Africa) 41.55
  5. Aleksandra Bednarek (Poland) 41.69
  6. Iris van Aurich (Netherlands) 41.98
  7. Laura Nesbitt (Great Britain) 42.12
  8. Andrea Klementova (Czech Republic) 42.22
  9. Weronika Kabut (Poland) 42.79
  10. Julie Broeggler (Denmark) 42.79

World record is held by Marion Joffle (23, France) in 38.01 set at the IISA 3rd World Championship.

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