Andreas Vazaios sets new Pan-Hellenic record at Melbourne swimming championship

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By Bill Roumeliotis.

Greek swimmer, Andreas Vazaios, set a new Pan-Hellenic record for the semi-finals in the Men’s 100 Medley 25 metre pool race in the 16th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) 2022 at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on Thursday.

Vazaios swam in the fourth heat and placed 4th, and later came first in the men’s first semi-final 100 Medley.

The Greek champion also set a new Pan-Hellenic record with a time of 51.47. His previous record was 51.54 in the European championship in Kazan in February 2021.

Vazaios is scheduled to race in the 100 Medley final on Friday, December 16 at 8pm.

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