Belgrade (IP) - On the first day of the Tokyo Olympics qualifiers, Iranian swimmers hoped to win the Olympic quota by reaching the finals.

Iran PressEurope: According to Iran Press News Agency, in this competition, which started today in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, Mahdi Ansari stood in third place in the preliminary stage of the 50-meter butterfly and reached the final.
Also, Benjamin Ghareh-Hassanlou and Sina Gholampour in the 100m freestyle were ranked third and sixth, respectively, and reached the final.
Matin Balsini, the last representative of Iran, became the first 200-meter butterfly and reached the final stage.
The final stage of this competition will be held this evening.

Hamid Eskandarion, Secretary-General of the Iranian Swimming, Diving, and Water Polo Federation, said about these competitions: "The Iranian national swimming team members have done good training and are hoping to get Olympic quota."
Eskandarion added: "Iran's national team records in the competitions are acceptable, and we hope to get at least one Tokyo Olympic quota."


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