In the fourth semifinal of the International Swimming League (ISL), swimmer Barbora Seemanová broke her own Czech record of 200 meters in the freestyle by eight hundredths. With a time of 1: 53.23, she finished second and scored seven points for her Iron team. She added more points over the weekend in the four hundred, in the hundred and in the crawl women’s relay. But even her contribution of 21.5 points did not help the Iron swimmers for better than the last fourth place in this semifinal.
Seeman, a silver medalist at the recent European Short Pool Championships in Kazan, gained record time from the fight with Britain’s Freya Anderson. She was six hundredths behind her, but shifted her September maximum by eight hundredths. She was close to the record at a hundred. With a time of 52.34, she approached him by three hundredths and ranked sixth.
She won an even better position on the four-hundred, which she does not swim so often. She attacked the podium and was fourth in 4: 04.98. She helped the krala relay in the second section to the fourth place.