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MM-the arena ceiling baffle - Swedish opened a strange problem: Difficult to swim directly
The Swedish star swimmer Michelle Coleman told SVT's interview with the special problems in Hangzhou, the short-track world cup-swimming.Michelle Coleman, according to the Hangzhou swimming center it is difficult to swim back. EPA / AOP

– the backstroke is difficult in this pool. It is really hard to swim straight, Coleman says.

the Reason is hall's roof, which is quite personally crafted.

– It is an art, and it is not to do the backstroke. But it is the same for everyone, Coleman said.

a Swedish were eliminated on Tuesday backstroke 100-meter finals. Coleman was a finals 10:p.

the 200-meter freestyle, he instead scooped in the finals for a sixth time, 1.53,83.

I'm really grateful. I'm not a long reach for such a long time. I feel like I'm coming back.

Coleman, 25, short track record in the 200 meters freestyle is 1.53.51. It was born in 2013 in Gothenburg.

Michelle Coleman, according to the Hangzhou swimming center it is difficult to swim back, because the ceiling is so special. A screenshot of the Fina (International swimming association) website.
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