Arina showed a time of 24.84 seconds and broke the Russian record at a distance of 50 meters. Previously, the achievement also belonged to Surkova (24.87), it was set in November 2020 during the International Swimming League (ISL) competition in Budapest.
Arina also won the 100-meter butterfly, showed a time of 56.30 seconds and broke another Russian record (56.39), which previously belonged to Svetlana Chimrova.
- My goal was to swim even faster, but I got tired. I’m happy with my results anyway. I improved it and set a new record, so the task is completed. I pulled myself together and swam, - said Arina.
The competitions were held as part of complex international competitions in swimming, synchronized swimming and diving. Novosibirsk swimmers won 14 medals: three gold, nine silver and two bronze.
According to the Federation of Swimming of the Novosibirsk Region