Simon Sjödin and bröstsimmaren Erik Persson were the only two swimmers who chose to go to Nice to compete after the turbulent on Thursday.
the Rest of the English swimmer who was on the bombhotade planet thought it was better to turn back home, and instead spend the weekend practicing.
" For me this is the only contest before the Swim Open in Stockholm (the world CUP qualifier in april) against good resistance. That's why it was very important for me to get in the way, " says Simon Sjödin.
– Also, I think that said that it was good for me to fly as quickly as possible after it had happened. Now I can add it to the file.
did not arrive to the hotel in Nice until three o'clock night on Friday, and since Friday's försökspass began at half past nine chose both of the two to remove themselves from Friday's swimming.
" I would have swum the 400m individual medley, so I'm not entirely sorry that it was not something, kidding Simon Sjödin.
on Saturday he will swim the 200-meter individual medley on Sunday waiting 100 metres the team of sundbybergs ik.
Erik Persson will on Saturday to swim the 200-meter breaststroke, and half the distance on Sunday.
" As athletes, we have been taught to quickly put the negative things behind us, so hopefully what happened is not affect our performance.
travel to the races in Nice started shortly before ten on Thursday morning.
Then stepped together with the swimmers Sara Junevik, Hanna Rosvall, Robin Hanson, Isaac Eliasson and Gustaf Dahlman, as well as leaders and coaches, on board the plane that would take them from london to Nice.
But after only a short time in the air was the announcement that the plane was bombhotat and therefore would turn back to the airport.
there it was then a long wait in the plane before they were released, and after a long wait in a transit hall to be interviewed by the police.
however, the green light to start Thursday's second trip to Nice, and this time everything went as it should.
"the Whole day had been a mental strain, so when we sat on the plane for the second time, we were completely exhausted and fell asleep actually directly," says Simon Sjödin.
Even Michelle Coleman will compete in Nice on Saturday and Sunday, however, she flew not with the bombhotade planet.