There has been many world record breakers over the years in various championships around the world. These athletes use a very strict exercise plan to achieve their goals and prepare themselves for the next big event. In this article we will look at some of the most impressive record holders in random order.
Katinka Hosszu was born in Hungary on May 3, 1989. Apart from turning she is also a entrepreneurial business woman. She currently holds two world records including SCM and LCM. Furthermore, she is five time world champion and has attended the summer Olympics in 2004, 2008 as well as 2000 wild. She is known as one of the most versatile swimmers worldwide and became popular as the Iron Lady.
There are other achievements include two bronze medals in 200m butterfly and medley in 2009 at the world championships. In 2010 at the European championships at athlete became champion in 200m butterfly and receive a silver medal in 400m medley. She also managed to set world records at the 2013 World Cup in 100m, 200m and 400m IM. The athlete managed to break the 200m IM record twice and broke the 100m record 3 times. The athlete managed to win six gold medals in the 2015 European short course championships.
Mireia Belmonte Garcia
Mireia was born on the 10th of November in 1990 in Spain. She holds various records over the course of her career. She is well known as a Spanish freestyle, butterfly and medley swimmer that currently holds five world records. She managed two senior world champion titles in 2006 at the FINA youth will championships. She was rewarded for 400m individual medley as well as 400m freestyle. In the same year, she was rewarded junior European champion for the same events.
In 2008 at the European LC championships the athlete managed to finish first in the woman’s 200m individual medley. She finished with a time of 2:11.16, which granted her the European championships record. Later the same year the athlete attended the European short course championships where she managed to set a new world record for the 400m individual medley.
Sarah achieve incredible records with competitive swimming right through the air swimming career. She born in Sweden on August 17th, 1993. In 2014 she managed to break the world record in 50m long course butterfly. She crushed the record with a margin of 0.64 seconds and a total time of 24.43. The athlete attended by 2008 European Aquatics championships and managed a gold medal for woman’s 100m at the age of 14. In the world aquatics championships in 2009, the athlete managed yet another world record during the semifinals with a time of just 56.44.
Sjostrom received the Victoria scholarship in 2015 after achieving an incredible five medals during the world aquatics championship. These medals include two gold for 50m as well as 100m butterfly. The athlete is expected to achieve incredible records in years to come.