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Myrtha Magic: 170 World Records and Counting
DOHA – On the first day of competition in the World Aquatics swimming championships, we had a world record after a stunning solo performance within a relay event.
Young chinese sprinter Pan Zhanle shredded the competition by stopping the clock at 46.80 seconds with his leadoff 100-meter leg of the 400 freestyle relay, helping China to a gold medal finish ahead of excellent efforts from Italy (silver) and the United States (bronze).
‘Fast pools for fast swimmers’ is more than just a casual claim made by Myrtha Pools. The Italian company is directing its decades of experience and technology to developing both temporary and permanent competition pools which are unequalled on the competitive landscape. Counting yesterday’s best-ever performance, 170 World Records have been set in a Myrtha pool.
On Sunday in the men’s 4×100 final, the 2022 record that had been established by Romania’s David Popovici was beaten by six one-hundredths of a second.
Some top athletes have opted not to compete in these World Championships in an effort to target a different opportunity later this summer, the Paris Games. Yet the meet still started with a bang thanks to the proper conditions for elite competition. The millimetric precision of the pool’s modular stainless steel design, combined with perfect water circulation afforded by Myrtha’s unique Strahlenturbulenz sidewall inlets, provides the ideal setting and the very best conditions for fair racing in every lane of the competition pool.