David Popovici beats César Cielo's world record in the 100 meter freestyle |  Video

reign ended Caesar Sky in the 100 meter freestyles, after his world record was surpassed by the Romanian newt David Popovici, only 17 years old, who proclaimed European champion this Saturday in Rome Setting a new record for 46:86 secondsfive hundredths of a second less than the time recorded by the brazilian in 2009just in the same Roman pool.

In the end, Popovici improved on Cielo’s record in five hundredths and surpassed the Hungarian Kristof Milak (47.47) and to italian Alessandro Miressi (47.63)who accompanied him on the podium.

Cielo set the mark in Rome 2009, when they were used swimsuits that favored the buoyancy of the swimmer and they were banned some time later; now, Popovici, in a conventional swimsuit, became the fastest swimmer in the world and confirmed his status as favorite, after his victories in the 100 and 200 free meters at the 2022 Budapest World Cupheld at the end of June.

During the semi-final, Popovici, a native of Bucharestrecorded a time of 46:98 seconds, to become the fourth triton to go under 47 seconds, after Caesar HeavenFrench A.Ian Bernard and the american Caeleb Dressell.


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