Posted Aug 02, 2012By
LONDON — Rebecca Soni of the United States set another world record to defend her 200-meter breaststroke title at the London Olympics on Thursday. It was the sixth world record in the pool at these Games.
She broke into a big smile when she saw the time, racing the clock more than she was anyone in the water. Japan’s Satomi Suzuki took silver, more than a second behind at 2:20.72, while Russia’s Yulia Efimova claimed bronze in 2:20.92.
“I’m so happy,” Soni said. “I can’t believe I did it.”
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