Not stopping: Gorbanko broke a European record


The International Swimming League ISL continues to brighten the face of Israeli swimmers, and in particular Anastasia Gurbanko. The 17-year-old swimmer recorded today (Saturday) with the opening of the third round of the league in Budapest, another Israeli record and a European record for youth, this time in the 100-meter freestyle, where she set 52.36 seconds (25 m pool), as the first Los Angeles swimmer Les Carnet on a free 4X100 mission.

Just a week ago, Andy Moraz broke Gurbanko’s Israeli record in this ointment, setting a time of 52.71, and now the young woman from Kiryat Bialik has returned the record, while also breaking the European youth record, which stood at 52.60. The two Israelis swam together in a quartet, when Moraz jumped a second and also set an excellent time, 51.97 s, only 5 hundredths of a record in the relay jump. They were a significant screw in the team’s victory in the mission, along with Avi Weitzil and Brill Gestaldello, who set a time of 3: 30.10 and scored 18 points for the team.

Just ten minutes later, Gorbanko leapt to the ointment where she set the European youth record last week, 200m individual medley. Its signals and at the end of the clock showed 2: 06.86 d, only 4 tenths of the peak. Gorbanko also finished second in the ointment, after Japanese record holder Yui Ohashi, who set a time of 2: 05.13 d. In this ointment, she scored 7 points for her team.

The last ointment of the two Israeli swimmers was a mixed 4X100. Gorbanko jumped in Group A in the breaststroke style, set a 1: 04.70 D. (2 tenths faster than last week), and helped the team reach first place, accumulating another 18 important points and also determining the style in which they will swim the Skins tomorrow. Moraz jumped last in the second emissaries, who finished in fifth place and set 52.10. At the end of the first day of competitions, the Israeli team, coached by David Marsh, the swimming association’s senior advisor and the union’s center of excellence in the USA, which also includes coaches Amir Ofer and Hila Reuveni, is ranked first with 262.5 points. Ranked 11, with 16.5 points.

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