Marta Piasecka of Iceland Wins Close Race to Capture 100 IM World IISA Title
The 31-year-old Piasecka became the second swimmer from Iceland – after Maja Olszewska in the 100m backstroke – to capture a world title this week.
Piasecka broke the world record of Alisa Fatum of 1:16.81 set at the IISA 4th World Championship – as did 15-year-old silver medalist Ezmee Jones, 21-year-old bronze medalist Zoé Ducret, and 35-year-old 4th place finisher Michelle Lane in a highly competitive race.
100m Individual Medley Female Results (Top 10):
- Marta Piasecka (Iceland) 1:15.38
- Ezmee Jones (USA) 1:15.43
- Zoé Ducret (France) 1:16.34
- Michelle Lane (Great Britain) 1:16.56
- Alisa Fatum (Germany) 1:17.13
- Andrea Klementova (Czech Republic) 1:18.80
- Bernard Louise (France) 1:19.32
- Katie Irving (Great Britain) 1:20.00
- Tiffany Pierrejean (France) 1:20.95
- Qing Li (USA) 1:21.36
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