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DIRADO Madeline got Gold Medal in Women’s 200m Backstroke Final

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At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Hosszú won the gold medal and broke the world record in the 400 m individual medley, won the gold medal and broke the Olympic record in the 200 m individual medley, and won a third gold medal in the 100 m backstroke.

Missy Franklin’s Olympics came to a sad end on Thursday after the U.S. golden girl of London 2012 failed to make the women’s 200m backstroke final with a time more than five seconds off her world record.

“I’m disappointed not to be able to represent my country tomorrow. I’m glad this is over,” the tearful 21-year-old told reporters.

“You know, it’s been a really hard year for me and it’s going to take some time so that’s what I plan to do, spending quality time with my family and getting back in my feet.

“I worked as hard as I could but I fell short. I wish there was an explanation.”

Franklin set records on her way to four golds and a bronze medal at her first Games. But for Rio 2016, she qualified in just two individual events — the 200 meters freestyle and 200 meters backstroke — at the trials in Omaha.

Rio Olympics 2016 Women’s 200m Backstroke Final Results:-

Last Records Women’s 200m Backstroke:-

  • World Record:- 2:04.06, USA,  FRANKLIN Missy in London 2012
  • Olympic Record:- 2:04.06, USA, FRANKLIN Missy in London 2012

DIRADO Madeline time in 2oom backstroke in Rio Olympics final :- 2:05:99

 HOSSZU Katinka time in 2oom backstroke in Rio Olympics final :-2:06:05

 

Women’s 200m Backstroke final Results :-

Final Startlist:-

Hosszu Katinka got Gold Medal in Women's 200m Backstroke Final

results:-

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