Italy won the silver medal in the 4x100 freestyle at Swimming World Championships of Fukuoka, Japan. The blues Alessandro Miressi, Manuel Frigo, Lorenzo Zazzeri And Thomas Cecon with a time of 3'10 49 they were preceded byAustralia (3'10"16). Bronze Age United States (3'10"81). "We had a good relay. Compared to last year we started well and had an excellent race – Ceccon said immediately after getting out of the water -. I did the best lap time, I saw Chalmers in the final but he was too fast. He is a world silver, we are very happy. " Also because the Olympic pass for Paris 2024 has been put in your pocket.
Silver Italy in the 4x100 style relay
The Azzurri lead a courageous and top-level match. Miressi (47"54) and Frigo (47"79) change in first place, keeping the Australians at three tenths and the Americans at four. Zazzeri (48"13) defends himself from the return of Taylor (47"91) for a margin from the Australians which is reduced to fourteen cents; Ceccon's closing (47"03 with passage to 50 in 22"26) is still fantastic, Chalmers burns him in the last fifteen metres, and is still worth a wonderful silver in 3'10"49.
The Italy of swimming is confirmed
It is the medal of continuity, after the fourth place at the Gwangju 2019 World Championships, the Olympic silver in Tokyo 2021, the world championship bronze in Budapest and the continental title in Rome in 2022: same formation but with the tactical novelty of Ceccon in the last fraction and Frigo in second. This is the fifth medal in the specialty and the second silver after the one won by Massimiliano Rosolino, Alessandro Calvi, Christian Galenda and Filippo Magnini in Melbourne 2007.