Kalisz and Hafnaoui, first proper names of the pool

Kalisz and Hafnaoui, first proper names of the pool

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Kalisz and Hafnaoui, first proper names of the pool

Kalisz and Hafnaoui, first proper names of the pool

Chase Kalisz, first swimming champion in Tokyo, in the 400 free. / AFP

Swimming

The final day opens the pulse between the United States and Australia to dominate the swimming medal table

The first day of finals at the Tokyo Aquatic Center has left details of the rivalry that is expected this week between the United States and Australia for the hegemony of swimming and a couple of proper names, those of Chase Kalisz and Ahmed Hafnaoui. In the first case there is a tie for golds, with one for each country, although Team USA has collected twice as many medals this morning as its rival (6-3), who has responded at the end of the morning with the world record in the 4×100 relay female styles.