Carter finishes 2nd in new national record time, but fails to qualify for 100M fly semis

Carter finishes 2nd in new national record time, but fails to qualify for 100M fly semis

TT swimmer Dylan Carter competed in the men’s 100-metre butterfly on Thursday, breaking his national record and finishing in his second place at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Swimming in heat three of the men’s 100m butterfly, Carter clocked 52.36 seconds, while Tomoe Hvas of Norway won the heat in 52.22.

Sadly, despite the excellent effort by Carter, he did not qualify for the semifinals, as his time was only good enough to finish 33rd overall out of 55 swimmers who completed the event. The top 16 swimmers advanced to the semifinals.

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