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Coleman split third in the season finale


The Swimming World Cup has its stop for the season in Doha. After missing the podium at 200 freely, Michelle Coleman got off to a nice start at the 50m butterfly and finally managed to clinch a shared third place of 26.76, along with Mei-Chien Huang of Taipei. Jeannette Ottesen from Denmark won on 26.06.

After six stops around the world, it is now the end of the swimming World Cup in Doha, Qatar. Michelle Coleman took third place in the overall ranking for the competitions. 200 meters free was no great success for the Vallentuna-born Coleman where she missed the podium twelve hundredths.

A little later on the 50 m butterfly went the better. Coleman came out nicely from the start and despite Jeanette Ottesen and Cate Campbell clearly settling on the noblest denominations, the Swede came in shared third place with Mei-Chien Huang from Taipei. The first place was finally squeezed by Danish Jeanette Ottesen 17 hundredth ahead of Australian Cate Campbell.

Coleman's overall placing in the World Cup is still dependent on tomorrow's results but a third place today and yesterday's silver money of 50 m freely, Coleman still has good chances to land on the podium in the final count.

Source: svt

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