Bernard breaks 100m free record for second time in two days
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands -- French swimmer Alain Bernard might find it difficult to maintain his frantic pace -- a world record a day.
Bernard broke the 100-meter freestyle world record for the second time in two days Saturday, setting a new mark of 47.50 seconds in the final at the European swimming championships.
The 24-year-old Frenchman took one-tenth of a second off his record of 47.60 in Friday's semifinals, which shattered Pieter Van den Hoogenband's mark set at the 2000 Sydney ...
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