11.32: That’s it for now, the appointment is for the afternoon at 4.15pm. Thanks for joining us, see you later
11.30: Scalia, Di Tullio, blue butterfly pair Bianchi and Di Lido fail to get a World Rivolta ticket. In the afternoon, there were many attempts to reach the Melbourne qualifiers
11.28: A non-exciting first session of racing ends here. Best caught breaststroke was seen with Simone Cerasuolo and Benedetta Pilato setting under-times in Melbourne but with qualification already in their pockets
11.26: The clutch of Ellaria Bianchi who won the tricolor title with 57 22, a time she hasn’t won in some time, finished second to Elena Di Lido. 57 48, third by Giulia de Inosenzo with 57 78
11.21: Elena Capretta dominates the penultimate battery with. 57″ 85, my personal best and fifth time record ever. Now Bianchi, Di Lido in the last series
11.19: The second series goes to Sarah Giuseppe with a scale of 1’00 22
11.17: Andrea Ambra Bissio wins the first set of 100 Butterflies at 1’00 47
11.07: Nothing to do for Marco Di Tullio losing challenge with Matteo Ciampi, who is confirmed as the best in the discipline with 3’39” 31 ahead of Marco Di Tullio at 3’39” 89, just over a second off Melbourne’s maximum , third Matteo Lamberti at 3’41″ 38
11.06: Halfway through the race Ciampi, De Tullio, Lamberti
11.01: Second series goes to Emanuel Spada with 3’45 85. Now fastest series with M. De Tullio, Ciampi and M. Lamberti
10.57: Raffaele Zaccagno with. 3’51″ 38 wins his first 400-model series. Luca di Tullio, Galusi and Deti will not be at the beginning
10.43: It’s always Benedetta Pelato! Taranto wins with 1’04″ 66 which is the bottom line for Melbourne but she already qualifies, second place for Ariana Castiglioni with 1’05″ 02, third place for Martina Carraro with. 1’05″ 20, fourth by Lisa Angiolini with 1’05″ 22
10.39: Francesca Zuca imposes herself in the second series with. 1’07″ 89. Now Cusinato, Fangio, Carraro, Castiglioni, Pilato, Angiolini
10.37: Vanessa Cavagnoli wins the second series of the women’s 100 breaststroke with a 1’09″ 14
10.36: First series of 100 breaststrokes goes to Lucia Principe at 1’09″ 42
10.33: Simone Cerasuolo is confirmed as strongest with 25″ 90, a slightly higher time than that set at Sapèio, according to Fabio Scozzoli with 26″ 18, third Federico Poggio with 26″ 74
10.30: The second series goes to Gabriele Mancini with 28 82. Now the first series with. Cerasolo, Scozzoli, Poggio, Castillo
10.29: The first series of the 50th breaststroke goes to Leonardo Belloso at 27 59. Niccol Martinini is not at the start
10.27: Margherita Panzera declares her good form by winning the 200th freestyle with 1’57” 07, second for Alice Mizzau with 1’58” 03, third for Alice Mizzau with 1’58” 09
10.24: Martina Cenci won the second series of the 200 with a 1’58″ 16. Starting in the fastest Panziera, Mizzau and Vetrano series
10.21: Giulia Ramatelli wins the women’s first 200 freestyle series with 2’00 30
10.17: Matteo Revolta dominates with a time of 22 43 which is not enough to qualify in Melbourne against Michel Bossa with. 22″ 93, third Simone Stefani with 23″ 03
10.15 ;: Christian Ferraro wins the second series of 50 Butterflies with 23 08. Now Rivolta, Stefanì, Orsi and Codia in the fastest series
10.14: Andrea Batista Candela wins the first set of 50 butterflies by 23 x 73
10.12: Silvia Scalia is the Italian 50-back champion with a time of 26 54, ahead of Lina Di Lido with 26 74 and Costanza Cuconcelli with 26 86.
10.10 Giulia de Inosenzo wins the second set of the 50 times. 27 26
10.09: Chiara Gatavoni with 28 x 21 wins the first set of 50 backstrokes
10.07: The first of three rounds of the Women’s 50 Backpack starts
10.04: Pier Andrea Matteazzi won the final set of the 400 mixed but with a time off the limit for Melbourne, 4’09 79, second to Pietro Paolo Sarpi with 4’10 34, Simone Spediacci’s third. 4’11″ 00
10.02: Mattiazzi, Sarpi, Spidici in the middle of the last series race
9.59: Patrick Deladio dominates the penultimate 400 freestyle series with a time of 4’11 14, ahead of Emmanuel Potenza with 416 x 89
9.54: Andrea Perini wins second series of the 400 mixed with 4’18″ 23
9.48: Lorenzo Altini won the first series of the 400 mixed with 4’19″ 57
9.45: The first series starts with 400 variants
9.40: This is the first morning program of competitions: 400 men’s medley, 50 women’s back press, 50 men’s butterfly, 200 women’s freestyle, 50 men’s swim, 100 breaststroke, 400 men’s, 100 butterfly.
9.37: two sessions scheduled, in the morning at 9.40, in the afternoon at 16.30. All the blue stars are already in the pool from today: the most anticipated Niccol Martinini, Benedetta Pellato, Simona Quadarella, Alberto Razzetti, Matteo Revolta, Lorenzo Moura.
9.34: All races are held in a gradual sequence format: it takes all registered athletes into the pool divided into series based on scoring times and who determines the best time wins the title, with an eye (for those who do not already qualify) to the World Cup minimum.
9.31: Two days of Riccione are valid as a choice for the world championships in Australia, for athletes who did not get on the podium at the World Championships in Budapest and the gold medals at the European Championships in Rome, who have already qualified, in addition to Mora, Chirasolo and Ciampi, who set the time limit to qualify for the weekend The past in Genoa
9.28: In Riccione, Italian athletes compete for one month of the World Championships in the Melbourne Short Course.
9.25: Good morning OA Sport friends and welcome to the live broadcast of the first day of the absolute winter short swimming season.
Program, schedules, TV and streaming of the Italian Championships in Riccione – Qualifiers and deadlines for Melbourne – View the men’s competitions at the Italian Championships in Riccione – View the women’s competitions of the Italian Championships in Riccione – Italian coach Cesar Bottini – Lorenzo Zazzeri injured
Hello and welcome again Live broadcast of the first day of the absolute winter swimming in a short pool. In Riccione, Italian athletes compete One month away from the World Short Course Championships in Melbourne. Two days of Riccione in effect as a selection for the World Championships in Australia, For athletes who did not get on the podium at the World Championships in Budapest and the gold medals at the European Championships in Rome, who have already qualified, as well as for Mora, Cerasolo and Ciampi, who set the time limit for qualification last weekend in Genoa
The two-day Italian Winter Championships opens today in Riccione, which will serve a The blue team that will go to the World Cup has completed mid-December in Abu Dhabi. All races are held with Progressive String Formula: All registered athletes divided into series based on recording times e Whoever determines the best time to win the title, with an eye (for those already ineligible) to the minimum world championship. Two sessions are scheduled, in the morning at 9.40, in the afternoon at 16.30. All the blue stars are already in the pool from today: the most anticipated Nicolo Martinini, Benedetta Pellato, Simona Quadarella, Alberto Razzetti, Matteo Revolta, Lorenzo Mora.
This is the first day programme. morning. 400 men’s mixed, 50 women’s backstroke, 50 men’s butterfly, 200 women’s freestyle, 50 men’s swim, 100 breaststroke, 400 men’s, 100 butterfly. afternoon. 100 mixed men, 200 men’s breaststroke, 200 women’s backstroke, 100 men’s swim, 50 women, 1500 men, 800 women, 200 butterflies, 200 mixed women, 100 men.
Brought to you by OA Sport Live broadcast of the first day of the absolute winter short swim: Real time news and constant updates. It starts at 09.45 with the morning session, while noon is scheduled for 16.15. Good fun!
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