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World Records Fall in Bunches on Days 2 and 3 Masters Worlds

By Ethan Cooke on SwimSwam Many famous international swimmers competed on days 2 and 3 of FINA Masters Worlds. Noriko Inada (above) was a Japanese Olympian, turned a USMS swimmer posted the fastest times in the 200 back and 50 fly. Read the full story on SwimSwam: World Records Fall in Bunches on Days 2 and 3 Masters Worlds
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