Florent Manaudou of France was the only swimmer under 48 seconds in the 100m freestyle final as he took home gold in the blue ribbon event.
Jessica Hardy won gold in the women’s 100 breast at Pan Pacs day 2. That race video and more here!
Jeannette Ottesen’s big 100 fly win pushed her home nation of Denmark to the top of the European Championship medal tables with two days to go.
Lights-out Ledecky: Katie Ledecky showed her speed with a relay run-down, and proved she can take over the American team with Missy Franklin slowed up by an injury.
With a spot on the Worlds team in the 400 IM secured, American Elizabeth Beisel will focus on the 200 backstroke for a second entry on Saturday in Australia.
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty has crashed onto the world scene this year, and his rise continued at the European Championships today. Peaty crushed his semifinal swim of the 50 breaststroke to break the world record in the event.
Jeanette Ottesen took gold in the 100 butterfly finishing one one-hundredth of a second ahead of Sarah Sjostrom…
Hosting the second-ever Youth Olympic Games, China dominated the medal count, hitting double digits with 10 golds and 17 total medals.
What’s in the water in Hungary? Another impressive 200 butterflier, that’s what. (Above: Laszlo Cseh)
Cate Campbell and Bronte Campbell do it again! The Australian sister finish first and second in the women’s 100 freestyle. Cate won with her time of 52.72, which is only .10 of a second off of her morning time.
Cameron McEvoy blew away Nathan Adrian’s Pan Pacs meet record from this morning with his time of 47.82.
Follow along for live updates from the second day of finals at the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships.
Thanks to BridgeAthletic, our Pan Pacific Championships event partner, we feature Nathan Adrian’s favorite exercises. Nathan’s top three “Bridge exercises” are the Weighted Pull Up, the Hex Bar Dead Lift and the Disc Freestyle Slide.
American Katie Ledecky already has three gold medals to her name at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships, of 8 total won by the Americans so far.
Connor Jaeger won the final event of the day, touching out Canadian Ryan Cochrane to win the men’s 1500. Jaeger finished with his time of 14:51.79, just ahead of Cochrane’s 14:51.97.
The Americans, with a blazing 1:54.3 anchor from Katie Ledecky, broke the Australian All-Comers Record by four seconds and the Pan Pacs Record by five.