Swimming: The expert believes in Swedish success at the end of the World Swimming Championships: “Maybe even gold”

– Sweden has a good chance of winning a medal. It could even be gold, especially if the United States does not participate, believes SVT Sports expert Lars Frölander.

Canada won the third and final heat in 3.58.63, while Sweden finished second (also overall) in 3.59.35.

– We would reach the final and have our best race, but we were saving the last one for tonight. I think we're having a good swim, Michelle Coleman, who finished the freestyle with a 54.05 swim, told SVT Sport.

Opening to bring Sjöström into the team

Hanna Rosvall (back, 1.01.23), Sophie Hansson (chest, 1.07.23) and Louise Hansson (butterfly, 56.84) were the other members of the team.

Sarah Sjöström was not present at the trial this morning and there is a place for her.

– It is likely that Sarah Sjöström will be included in the free final and will otherwise swim with the same team, explains commentator Niklas Nord.

The team can be aligned in different constellations since Sjöström is the best in the world in butterfly and freestyle. The final will be decided at 6:55 p.m.

A possible variation would be for Michelle Coleman to take the back in the final, a variation to which she is accustomed.

– I have no idea what is planned. We'll see what the coaches come up with, Coleman told TT.

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