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Denmark Announces 2020 Olympic Swim Team Selection Criteria

The Danish Olympic Committee this week approved the Danish Swimming Union’s selection criteria for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Criteria that focus on extracting swimmers who can perform at the highest international level at the Tokyo Olympics.”
The Criteria:
Denmark has set their qualifying times to be equal to the FINA “A” times for the Olympic Games.
22.0150 free24.77
48.57100 free54.38
1:47.02200 ree1:57.28
3:46.78400 free4:07.90
7:54.31800 free8:33.36
15:00.991500 free16:32.04
53.85100 back1:00.25
1:57.50200 back2:10.39
59.93100 breast1:07.07
2:10.35200 breast2:25.52
51.96100 fly57.92
1:56.48200 fly2:08.43
1:59.67200 IM2:12.56
4:15.84400 IM4:38.53
Times can be done at either the 2020 Danish Open (March 28th-April 1st), or the secondary qualifier: the Swim Open Stockholm in Sweden (April 3rd-6th). Times from the Stockholm Open will only be considered if the swimmer has participated in the same race at the Danish Open, and if there is still an available spot after the Danish Open. In other words: Stockholm Open results won’t be able to bump results from the Danish Open.
Denmark has 14 total Olympic medals in swimming in its history, including 3 golds. That ranks them 20th on the all-time medals table.
The country won 2 swimming medals at the 2016 Olympic Games: a gold from Pernille Blume in the 50 free and a bronze from the women’s 400 medley relay in a new European Record.

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