The women’s 4x200m freestyle team caps Day 2 of the 2019 SEA Games swimming action with a bronze. SEAGames2019 🇵🇭
The women’s 4x200m freestyle team caps Day 2 of the 2019 SEA Games swimming action with a bronze
CAPAS, Philippines– The Philippine women’s 4x200m freestyle relay team ended Day 2 of the
Swimming the anchor leg, Remedy Rule – the 2019 SEA Games women’s 200m butterfly silver medalist – faded down the stretch while Thai swimmer Natthanan Junkaragang pulled away.
"We’re happy to get a medal, that’s to add more to the Philippine team," said veteran swimmer Alkhaldi.
Gebbie erased Daniel Coakley's decade-old record of 24.71 seconds, just months after failing to beat it by just a fraction of a second in the Philippine National Swimming Championships last September.
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