American Marshall wins backstroke in world record time
BERLIN -- American swimmer Peter Marshall broke his own world record in the 100-meter backstroke Saturday on the first day of the short-course World Cup meet.
Marshall clocked 49.64 seconds, 0.30 faster than the record he set earlier in the week in Stockholm -- where he also broke the 50 backstroke record.
American Randall Bal finished second in 50.55.
Marshall said he still had room to improve.
"The last stroke was a little too long, this is why I didn't touch so well," ...
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