Swimming | Ida Hulkko qualified on her opening trip to the World Championships

Finnish swimmer Ida Hulkko missed the heats when she started her long track World Championships career in the women’s 100m breaststroke on Monday in Doha.

Hulkko finished sixth in his heat with a time of 1:08.21. He was 19th in the comparison of all heats, while the 16 fastest made it to the semifinals. The slowest to advance, Switzerland Lisa Mamien the time was 1:07.75.

China’s Qianting Tang (1.06,16) kept the best pace of the heats, Holland Tes Schouten (1:06.46) was second and Irish Mona McSharry (1.06,49) third.

The swimming association websites according to Hulkko will still participate in the women’s 50 and 200 meter breaststroke competitions in Doha. Changes to the competition plan are possible.

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