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2006 World Cup 5 - Day 1 Final Results

22-Jan-2006

2006 World Cup 5
Berlin, GER - Jan 21-22, 2006 (25 m)


Day 1 Finals

MEN

100 METRES FREESTYLE
1 47.90 Bernard Alain,83,FRA
2 48.17 Deibler Steffen,87,GER
3 48.37 Lagunov Evgeni,85,RUS
4 48.39 Gilot Fabien,84,FRA
5 48.49 Brunelli Nicholas,81,USA
6 48.56 Iles Salim,75,ALG
7 48.58 Binevicius Saulius,79,LTU
8 48.80 Neviarovski Stanislav,81,BLR

400 METRES FREESTYLE
1 3:41.94 Biedermann Paul,86,GER
2 3:42.27 Coman Dragos,80,ROM
3 3:44.43 Basson Jean,87,RSA
4 3:44.58 Svoboda Kvetoslav,82,CZE
5 3:44.65 Pelliciari Matteo,79,ITA
6 3:45.14 Stanczyk Przemyslaw,85,POL
7 3:46.29 Rivera Marco,83,ESP
8 3:49.20 Starke Benjamin,86,GER

100 METRES BACKSTROKE
1 51.41 Bal Randall,80,USA
2 51.43 Rupprath Thomas,77,GER
3 51.71 Morita Tomomi,84,JPN
4 52.04 Marshall Peter,82,USA
5 52.35 Miyashita Junichi,83,JPN
6 52.83 Uchida Shohei,87,JPN
7 53.20 Aleshin Evgeni,79,RUS
8 53.26 Clay Matthew,82,GBR

50 METRES BREASTSTROKE
1 26.17 Lisogor Oleg,79,UKR
2 27.12 Tahirovic Emil,79,SLO
3 27.19 Duboscq Hugues,81,FRA
4 27.36 Markic Matiaz,83,SLO
5 27.47 Gibson James,80,GBR
6 27.52 Cook Chris,79,GBR
7 27.58 Dymo Valeriy,85,UKR
8 27.72 Lorenz Timo,82,GER

200 METRES BREASTSTROKE
1 2:08.10 Falko Grigori,87,RUS
2 2:08.41 Duboscq Hugues,81,FRA
3 2:08.44 Gilchrist Kris,83,GBR
4 2:08.61 Borysik Igor,84,UKR
5 2:11.42 Papadopoulos Christos,82,GRE
6 2:11.47 Dautartas Edvinas,87,LTU
7 2:12.81 Schulz Jan,85,GER
8 2:12.92 Wolniak Slawomir,88,POL

50 METRES BUTTERFLY
1 23.30 Breus Sergiy,83,UKR
2 23.61 Dietrich Johannes,85,GER
3 23.64 Korotyshkin Evgeni,83,RUS
4 23.71 Deibler Steffen,87,GER
5 23.81 Lagoun Pavel,79,BLR
6 23.95 Serdinov Andriy,82,UKR
7 24.05 Clay Matthew,82,GBR
8 24.09 Wang Dong,86,CHN

200 METRES BUTTERFLY
1 1:53.08 Korzeniowski Pawel,85,POL
2 1:53.41 Meeuw Helge,84,GER
3 1:54.05 Matsuda Takeshi,84,JPN
4 1:54.48 Skvortsov Nikolai,84,RUS
5 1:54.56 Sakata Ryusuke,85,JPN
6 1:55.33 Tomiyama Takashi,85,JPN
7 1:57.04 Chen Yanlong,85,CHN
8 1:57.35 Sano Hidemasa,84,JPN

100 METRES IND.MEDLEY
1 53.52 Rupprath Thomas,77,GER
2 54.22 Galavtine Antoine,85,FRA
3 54.70 Thiele Jens,80,GER
4 55.15 Brunelli Nicholas,81,USA
5 55.47 di Carli Marco,85,GER
6 55.77 Impric Sasa,86,CRO
7 56.05 Leveaux Amaury,85,FRA
8 56.55 Cabello Brenton,81,ESP

400 METRES IND.MEDLEY
1 4:06.85 Sano Hidemasa,84,JPN
2 4:09.69 Wojt Lukasz,82,POL
3 4:11.23 Rostoucher Nicolas,81,FRA
4 4:12.71 Febbraro Nicola,81,ITA
5 4:17.16 Aberle Manuel,83,GER
6 4:19.43 Rudas Kristian,85,GER
7 4:19.58 Bignon Yannick,81,FRA
8 4:19.63 Cabello Brenton,81,ESP

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50 METRES FREESTYLE
1 24.32 Veldhuis Marleen,79,NED
2 24.44 Khakhlova Svitlana,84,BLR
3 24.62 Kammerling Anna-Karin,80,SWE
4 24.64 Herasimenia Aleksandra,85,BLR
5 25.04 Korc Agata,86,POL
6 25.13 Metella Malia,82,FRA
7 25.30 Seppala Hanna-M.,84,FIN
8 25.35 Dallmann Petra,78,GER

200 METRES FREESTYLE
1 1:54.53 Marshall Melanie,82,GBR
2 1:55.19 Liebs Annika,79,GER
3 1:57.70 Potec Camelia,82,ROM
4 1:57.71 Pellegrini Federica,88,ITA
5 1:57.82 Dallmann Petra,78,GER
6 1:59.80 Barzycka Paulina,86,POL
7 1:59.84 Cozma Ionela,89,ROM
8 2:00.16 Tan Miao,87,CHN

800 METRES FREESTYLE
1 8:18.76 Shibata Ai,82,JPN
2 8:24.48 Villaecija Erika,84,ESP
3 8:27.75 Tan Miao,87,CHN
4 8:30.64 Cozma Ionela,89,ROM
5 8:31.65 Potec Camelia,82,ROM
6 8:32.03 Huber Sophie,85,FRA
7 8:32.34 Li Mo,90,CHN
8 8:34.75 Pellegrini Federica,88,ITA

50 METRES BACKSTROKE
1 27.20 Pietsch Janine,82,GER
2 27.89 Buschschulte Antje,78,GER
3 28.06 Chen Yanyan,85,CHN
4 28.10 Khakhlova Svitlana,84,BLR
5 28.27 Gustamelsky Anna,81,ISR
6 28.42 Ito Hanae,85,JPN
7 28.78 Peris Mercedes,85,ESP
8 28.93 Lahl Jenny,89,GER

200 METRES BACKSTROKE
1 2:05.67 Ito Hanae,85,JPN
2 2:07.36 Buschschulte Antje,78,GER
3 2:08.66 Zhao Jing,83,CHN
4 2:09.76 Bernard Escarlata,89,ESP
5 2:10.11 Brat Valentina,85,ROM
6 2:10.63 Meredith Caitlin,83,CAN
7 2:10.88 Staszak Katarzyna,87,POL
8 2:13.16 Groppel Franziska,88,GER

100 METRES BREASTSTROKE
1 1:05.63 Kirk Tara,82,USA
2 1:06.51 Balfour Kirsty,84,GBR
3 1:06.74 Haywood Kate,87,GBR
4 1:06.94 Kaminska Beata,80,POL
5 1:07.67 Luo Nan,86,CHN
6 1:08.15 van Biljon Suzaan,88,RSA
7 1:08.62 Dulian Katarzyna,87,POL
8 1:08.77 Taneda Megumi,86,JPN

100 METRES BUTTERFLY
1 58.42 Loots Amanda,78,RSA
2 58.44 Moravcova Martina,76,SVK
3 58.50 Popchanka Alena,79,FRA
4 58.53 Jiao Liuyang,91,CHN
5 59.09 Nakanishi Yuko,81,JPN
6 59.16 Mehlhorn Annika,83,GER
7 59.49 Retief Lize-M.,87,RSA
8 1:00.37 Seppala Hanna-M.,84,FIN

200 METRES IND.MEDLEY
1 2:09.54 Fujino Maiko,83,JPN
2 2:09.83 Baranowska Katarzyna,87,POL
3 2:12.37 Urbanczyk Aleksandra,87,POL
4 2:13.25 Loots Amanda,78,RSA
5 2:14.89 Conca Aina,87,ESP
6 2:14.91 Kovacs Agnes,81,HUN
7 2:15.24 Klinar Anja,88,SLO
8 2:15.46 Vabre Cylia,84,FRA

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Lisogor Sets European Mark

22-Jan-2006 Craig Lord


Oleg Lisogor, the 26-year-old from Ukraine, stormed to a European record of 57.67sec over 100 metres breaststroke a day after establishing a new world mark over 50m on Saturday, which earned him a VW Golf as sole global standard setter at the Berlin round of the world cup.
Turning 0.06sec inside the world-record pace at halfway, in 26.99sec, Lisogor then slipped off the pace by a fraction on the way home despite making full use of the rule change that allows one (pretty vast) dolphin kick out of the turn. His missed by just 0.20sec the standard set by American Ed Moses in Stockholm in January 2002. In that same race four years ago, Russian Roman Sloudnov established a European record of 57.73sec.

Lisogor shaved down to shave 0.06sec off the Russian's mark just a few days after he could manage only 59.06 in Stockholm to finish second behind Hugues Duboscq. In Berlin, it was the Frenchman's turn to be runner-up, in 59.36, just 0.08sec ahead of another man from Ukraine, Igor Borysik.

"I can hardly feel my legs," said a delighted Lisogor. "I'm totally exhausted. I had my sights set on the world record but a European record is also fine. I'll race in Moscow but I don't think I'll be breaking any records there."

Lisogor earned l028 points for his effort, well shy of the 1089 points granted to South Africa's Ryk Neethling for a 100m medley effort that was not a world record but is in line to take the overall prize for best men's performance this season courtesy of a flawed points system that Fina has failed to update and appears to have no plans to do so withinin the next couple of years.

The much-awaited clash between Thomas Rupprath and American training partners Peter Marshall and Randal Bal over 50m backstroke ended in a home victory, 23.59 to Bal's 23.61 and Marshall's 23.71. Marshall will taper for the New York round of the world cup on February 3-4. The rivalry provided Berlin with the fastest time set in the event this world cup season but Ruppath had wanted more.

"The world record (23.27) was possible today," he said. "But I came out of the turn wrong." He would be quicker at the world short-course championships in Shanghai and said that on a "perfect day", a sub-23-second effort was possible. Meanwhile, Bal was back later to win the 200m in 1:52.53 a stroke ahead of Russia's Arkady Vyatchanin.

The men's 1,500 metres and wpomen's 400m freestyle produced close battles. Teenagers Lin Zhang of China and German's Paul Biedermann swam like cat and mouse all the way, not much more than a stroke between them throughout the 60 laps. The touch went to the mouse on this occasion, Zhang stopping the clock in 14:36.12, to Biedermann's 14:36.70, a German record that confined Jorg Hoffmann, now a coach in Potsdam, to history.

In 1min 54.53sec, Britain's Melanie Marshall had established a European short-course record over 200 metres on Saturday so it was no surprise to see her retain the edge for the first 250m of the 400 metres. At that point, Ai Shibata of Japan made her move and at one stage looked as though she might open up a decent gap.

But Marshall fought back, with American Rachel Komisarz hanging on just behind with Romania's Camelia Potec, who got to the final via a swim-off after the morning heats, alongside and took second place in 4mins 03.26sec, just 0.34sec behind the Olympic 800 metres champion.

There was less competition over 400m medley for Japan's Maiko Fujino but she still managed to clock the fastest 400m medley on the circuit so far, winning with relative ease in 4:32.98, to 4:37.98 for Poland's Kararzyna Baranowska.

Fujino's teammate Yuko Nakanishi took the 200m butterfly in 2:05.84, ahead of Chinese 14-year-old Jiao Liuyang, on 2:07.31, with Germany's Annika Mehlhorn, - employing a dubious flutter/freestyle kick out of turns that was studiously ignored by the turn judge - third on 2:07.61.

Just 0.79sec split the first five men home in the 200m freestyle, the touch going to Polish 20-year-old Pawel Kornzeniowski in 1:45.10, 0.03sec up on a best time for Paul Biedermann, the 19-year-old German racing at the edge over in lane 1. They were the youngest two in the race apart from the man who came last but gets ever faster, 16-year-old Wang Pengyuan of China.

Flying Dutchwoman Marleen Veldhuis notched up her fourth victory over 100m free on this year's circuit, in 53.20sec. Never faster than 53.13 and never slower than 53.28, the 26-year-old has been beaten just once - by powerhouse of the moment, Libby Lenton, in Sydney, the Australian clocking a time apart, of 52.17sec.

Still feeling the effects of a heavy workload at a recent training camp, Alena Popchanka, of France and now based with partner and coach Fred Vergnoux in Edinburgh, put in another solid performance for second in 53.80sec. Third was Finn Hanna-Maria Seppala on 53.83.

Tara Kirk, of the US, continued to dominate on sprint breaststroke, with a 30.52sec win over 50 metres, Britain's Kate Haywood sharing second place with Germany's Britain-based Janne Schaefer on 30.90. The race represented the first time 18-year-old Haywood has got the better of the British record holder, Zoe Baker, who now races for new Zealand. The formetr world record holder clocked 31.04 for fourth place.

As ever, Berlin was a class act, attracting far more nations and top swimmers than all other meets. The top of the points table went unchanged, however, Neethling still out ahead among men and Therese Alshammar leading the women's table from fourth place, given that Lenton, Coughlin and Jones ahead of her will not compete on all continents and are therefore ineligible for prizes.

There may be penalties to come too: Korea was missing from Berlin and Australia will miss New York because of their Commonwealth Games trials. World Cup host nations are obliged to field a team of four to avoid a fine, under Fina's rules.

Next stop: New York, February 3-4. (which we aint at

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2 3:42.27 Coman Dragos,80,ROM, good result
4 8:30.64 Cozma Ionela,89,ROM hmmm
5 8:31.65 Potec Camelia,82,ROMhmmm
6 2:14.91Kovacs Agnes,81,HUN ONLY?
5 2:10.11 Brat Valentina,85,ROM new face in town...

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I couldn't follow any swimming today; I've been too depressed over Andy's loss last night...
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awwww dont worry all mine are out as well

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2006 World Cup 5 - Day 2 Final Results

23-Jan-2006



2006 World Cup 5
Berlin, GER - Jan 21-22, 2006 (25 m)


Day 2 Finals

MEN

50 METRES FREESTYLE
1 21.63 Brunelli Nicholas,81,USA
2 21.72 Deibler Steffen,87,GER
3 21.81 Bernard Alain,83,FRA
4 21.83 Stymne Petter,83,SWE
5 21.95 Lezak Jason,75,USA
6 22.10 Maitre David,80,FRA
7 22.12 Lorente Eduardo,77,ESP
8 22.17 El-Masri Rafed,82,SYR

200 METRES FREESTYLE
1 1:45.10 Korzeniowski Pawel,85,POL
2 1:45.13 Biedermann Paul,86,GER
3 1:45.25 Pelliciari Matteo,79,ITA
4 1:45.48 Svoboda Kvetoslav,82,CZE
5 1:45.89 Matsuda Takeshi,84,JPN
6 1:46.19 Herbst Stefan,78,GER
7 1:46.50 Binevicius Saulius,79,LTU
8 1:46.77 Wang Pengyuan,89,CHN

1500 METRES FREESTYLE
1 14:36.12 Zhang Lin,87,CHN
2 14:36.70 Biedermann Paul,86,GER
3 14:43.13 Coman Dragos,80,ROM
4 14:43.77 Lurz Thomas,79,GER
5 14:46.82 Prinsloo Troyden,86,RSA
6 14:52.11 Sawrymowicz Mateusz,87,POL
7 14:54.80 Rostoucher Nicolas,81,FRA
8 15:04.43 Rivera Marco,83,ESP

50 METRES BACKSTROKE
1 23.59 Rupprath Thomas,77,GER
2 23.61 Bal Randall,80,USA
3 23.71 Marshall Peter,82,USA
4 24.13 Morita Tomomi,84,JPN
5 24.19 Uchida Shohei,87,JPN
6 24.30 Tancock Liam,85,GBR
7 24.48 Vyatchanin Arkadi,84,RUS
8 24.51 Miyashita Junichi,83,JPN

200 METRES BACKSTROKE
1 1:52.53 Bal Randall,80,USA
2 1:53.24 Vyatchanin Arkadi,84,RUS
3 1:53.49 Morita Tomomi,84,JPN
4 1:54.51 Kozulj Gordan,76,CRO
5 1:54.52 Aleshin Evgeni,79,RUS
6 1:55.00 Thiele Jens,80,GER
7 1:55.81 Du Rand George,82,RSA
8 1:55.98 Wildeboer Aschwin,86,ESP

100 METRES BREASTSTROKE
1 57.67 Lisogor Oleg,79,UKR
2 59.36 Duboscq Hugues,81,FRA
3 59.44 Borysik Igor,84,UKR
4 59.77 Cook Chris,79,GBR
5 59.78 Oen Alexander,85,NOR
6 59.98 Gibson James,80,GBR
7 1:00.09 Silkov Dzianis,82,BLR
8 1:00.46 Gilchrist Kris,83,GBR

100 METRES BUTTERFLY
1 51.31 Korotyshkin Evgeni,83,RUS
2 51.56 Serdinov Andriy,82,UKR
3 51.96 Skvortsov Nikolai,84,RUS
4 51.97 Breus Sergiy,83,UKR
5 52.38 Marchenko Igor,75,RUS
6 52.80 Mankoc Peter,78,SLO
7 52.94 Lagoun Pavel,79,BLR
8 53.06 Tomiyama Takashi,85,JPN

200 METRES IND.MEDLEY
1 1:56.22 Sano Hidemasa,84,JPN
2 1:57.68 Wojt Lukasz,82,POL
3 1:57.70 Janusaitis Vytautas,81,LTU
4 1:59.26 Febbraro Nicola,81,ITA
5 1:59.83 Galavtine Antoine,85,FRA
6 2:00.57 Impric Sasa,86,CRO
7 2:00.67 Andrijauskas Paulius,84,LTU
8 2:01.52 Lendjel Dominique,85,GER

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100 METRES FREESTYLE
1 53.20 Veldhuis Marleen,79,NED
2 53.80 Popchanka Alena,79,FRA
3 53.82 Seppala Hanna-M.,84,FIN
4 53.89 Dallmann Petra,78,GER
5 54.37 Liebs Annika,79,GER
6 54.50 Gotz Daniela,87,GER
7 55.10 Roets Lauren,87,RSA
8 55.58 Freitag Meike,79,GER

400 METRES FREESTYLE
1 4:02.92 Shibata Ai,82,JPN
2 4:03.26 Marshall Melanie,82,GBR
3 4:03.48 Komisarz Rachel,76,USA
4 4:04.65 Potec Camelia,82,ROM
5 4:06.43 Tan Miao,87,CHN
6 4:06.67 Villaecija Erika,84,ESP
7 4:09.25 Ramos Arantxa,88,ESP
8 4:09.33 Charron-Watson Chanelle,84,CAN

100 METRES BACKSTROKE
1 58.76 Zubkova Kateryna,88,UKR
2 59.15 Buschschulte Antje,78,GER
3 59.46 Amshennikova Irina,86,UKR
4 59.59 Ito Hanae,85,JPN
5 59.99 Chen Yanyan,85,CHN
6 1:00.41 Zhao Jing,83,CHN
7 1:00.89 Gustamelsky Anna,81,ISR
8 1:02.10 Peris Mercedes,85,ESP

50 METRES BREASTSTROKE
1 30.52 Kirk Tara,82,USA
2 30.90 Haywood Kate,87,GBR
2 30.90 Schafer Janne,81,GER
4 31.04 Baker Zoe,76,NZL
5 31.30 Kaminska Beata,80,POL
6 31.41 Weiler Simone,78,GER
7 32.02 Kovacs Agnes,81,HUN
8 32.07 Kapishina Ina,84,BLR

200 METRES BREASTSTROKE
1 2:21.90 Luo Nan,86,CHN
2 2:22.27 Wang Qun,94,CHN
3 2:22.82 Hotta Manami,89,JPN
4 2:24.33 Balfour Kirsty,84,GBR
5 2:24.99 Kaminska Beata,80,POL
6 2:25.64 Kovacs Agnes,81,HUN
7 2:25.75 Steven Birte,80,GER
8 2:27.26 Taneda Megumi,86,JPN

50 METRES BUTTERFLY
1 25.85 Kammerling Anna-Karin,80,SWE
2 26.39 Jiao Liuyang,91,CHN
3 26.42 Popchanka Alena,79,FRA
4 26.72 Moravcova Martina,76,SVK
5 26.80 Buschschulte Antje,78,GER
6 26.83 Herasimenia Aleksandra,85,BLR
7 27.00 Komisarz Rachel,76,USA
8 27.39 Urbanczyk Aleksandra,87,POL

200 METRES BUTTERFLY
1 2:05.84 Nakanishi Yuko,81,JPN
2 2:07.31 Jiao Liuyang,91,CHN
3 2:07.61 Mehlhorn Annika,83,GER
4 2:07.85 Loots Amanda,78,RSA
5 2:08.22 Jacobsen Mette,73,DEN
6 2:08.87 Mongel Aurore,82,FRA
7 2:09.78 Garcia Mireia,81,ESP
8 2:11.91 Pelaez Maria,77,ESP

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1 1:00.30 Herasimenia Aleksandra,85,BLR
2 1:00.76 Seppala Hanna-M.,84,FIN
3 1:00.84 Khakhlova Svitlana,84,BLR
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6 1:02.67 Schober Sonja,85,GER
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8 1:03.20 Ma Chenfei,89,CHN

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3 4:40.23 Conca Aina,87,ESP
4 4:40.58 Klinar Anja,88,SLO
5 4:44.75 Landry Michelle,85,CAN
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7 4:50.37 Schiller Katharina,84,GER
8 4:50.53 Vabre Cylia,84,FRA

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Thorpe well rested, so it's all systems go for the next Olympics - or two


While it appears to have been very successful in achieving the reinvigoration he'd sought, it's unlikely Ian Thorpe will again take a lengthy sabbatical from the pool if he chooses to swim on beyond Beijing and to the 2012 London Olympics.

Having signed a new multi-million-dollar deal seven weeks ago with his major sponsor adidas, which takes their partnership through to 2013, the expectation is that Thorpe intends to compete at a fourth Olympics.

That decision won't be made for another 2½ years after he competes in China, but Australian head coach Alan Thompson has no doubts that Thorpe - who would be 29 at the 2012 Games - can make it to London if he so desires.

"If Ian decides he wants to swim on beyond Beijing, he'll do so because he still enjoys the sport, and because he feels he can continue to be successful," Thompson said.

"I think what he would have to do is be more selective with what he did, and I think that's what you would find he'd be able to do. In the future he might not have the same extended break like the one he just had; he might have a number of shorter breaks to maintain the mental edge.

"And Ian knows that, too. It's all about the mental side of the sport. The physical training is always able to be done, it's just the mental edge you need to keep up."

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uuuuuuuuuuuu...good news! yeah yeah!

In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. (Albert Einstein)

I would love to see that!
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Yayyy Ian

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