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Arno Kamminga Registers Breaststroke Double at Eindhoven Meet

Arno Kamminga Registers Breaststroke Double at Eindhoven Meet. Double Olympic medalist Arno Kamminga of The Netherlands is getting in some racing this weekend. Competing at the Eindhoven Swim Meet, Kamminga won the 100-meter breaststroke on Thursday and added the 50 breaststroke title to his collection on Friday. The meet is primarily a domestic competition, and Kamminga has supplied the most-impressive performances.
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Arno Kamminga Heads 20-Strong Netherlands Team For European Short-Course Championships

Double Olympic silver medallist Arno Kamminga will spearhead a 20-strong Netherlands team at the European Short-Course Championships in Kazan, Russia, next month. Kamminga will be joined by European 50 back champion Kira Toussaint and a mix of current internationals and up-and-coming swimmers at the continental meet from 2-7 November although Femke Heemskerk and Ranomi Kromowidjojo will be absent.
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Tokyo Olympics: Adam Peaty glides into 100m breaststroke semis but faces new threat in Arno Kamminga

He wasn’t the first to emerge from the dive start but by the time they had reached half a length of Tokyo’s Olympic pool, Adam Peaty was in the lead. He reached the turn in 26.81secs with the gap intact, and swam away from the rest on the way home to glide into the 100m breaststroke semi-finals, recording the eighth fastest time in history in the process. The other seven are all his too, of course.Peaty looked up at the giant board at the other end of the pool and gave a confident nod when 57.56secs appeared, as if he...
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Arno Kamminga, Kristof Milak Pop Big Times at Mare Nostrum Stop in Barcelona

Arno Kamminga, Kristof Milak Pop Big Times at Mare Nostrum Stop in Barcelona. The final stop of the three-leg Mare Nostrum Series opened in Barcelona on Saturday, with a handful of big names producing strong performances in the leadup to the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Hungary’s Kristof Milak and the Netherlands’ Arno Kamminga were the headliners, turning in their latest prep work before next month’s Games.
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