Katinka Hosszu of Hungary continued to flex her IM prowess with a top showing in the women’s 100 IM in Berlin, Germany, while swimming in the 2017 FINA World Cup series.
Hosszu’s time of 56.51 slipped past her own previous world record of 56.67, which she posted in Netanya, Israel in 2015. It also downed her own World Cup record of 56.86 from the Dubai stop of the 2014 series.
She is the sole owner of all IM world records in both short course and long course meter swimming, totaling five altogether.
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