Louise Hansson and 100 meters butterfly are a good combination right now.
At the Olympics in Tokyo earlier this summer, she finished fifth, then with a time of 56.22 in the long distance.
International Swimming League swims in short course and a week ago she won 100 butterfly in the personal record time of 55.26.
Today, Hansson, who represents the Toronto Titans, won in the time of 55.42.
Second was the American Kelsi Dahlia, twelve hundredths behind and third was the Russian Svetlana Tjimrova.
The world record for the distance is held by Sarah Sjöström and it is 54.61.Keywords: