2022 Short Course World Championships: Day 3 Photo Vault

2022 FINA SHORT COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The third night of finals from the 2022 Short Course World Championships was another exciting one, with three gold medals going to the host Australians, Americans roaring to five championship titles, and Chad le Clos reclaiming the men’s 200 fly crown for the first time since 2016.

Here are the top photos from Thursday night finals, courtesy of World Aquatics:

Emma McKeon courtesy World Aquatics

Emma McKeon start courtesy World Aquatics

Emma McKeon courtesy World Aquatics

Emma McKeon courtesy World Aquatics

Siobhan Haughey, Emma McKeon, Marrit Steenbergen courtesy World Aquatics

Kyle Chalmers courtesy World Aquatics

Kyle Chalmers courtesy World Aquatics

Kyle Chalmers courtesy World Aquatics

Kyle Chalmers courtesy World Aquatics

Kyle Chalmers courtesy World Aquatics

Kyle Chalmers courtesy World Aquatics

Maxime Grousset, Kyle Chalmers, Alessandro Miressi courtesy World Aquatics

Hali Flickinger, Dakota Luther courtesy World Aquatics

Elizabeth Dekkers, Dakota Luther, Hali Flickinger courtesy World Aquatics

Chad le Clos courtesy World Aquatics

Chad le Clos courtesy World Aquatics

Chad le Clos courtesy World Aquatics

Chad le Clos courtesy World Aquatics

Bert le Clos courtesy World Aquatics

Chad le Clos courtesy World Aquatics

Daiya Seto, Chad le Clos, Noe Ponti courtesy World Aquatics

Kieran Smith courtesy World Aquatics

Kieran Smith courtesy World Aquatics

Kieran Smith courtesy World Aquatics

Thomas Neill, Kieran Smith, Danas Rapsys courtesy World Aquatics

Nicolo Martinenghi, Nic Fink, Adam Peaty courtesy World Aquatics

Tes Schouten, Lilly King, Anna Elendt courtesy World Aquatics

Relay exchange Melbourne courtesy World Aquatics

Australian relay, Matt Temple, Isaac Cooper, Kyle Chalmers courtesy World Aquatics

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MIKE IN DALLAS
1 month ago

PERHAPS MORE TEAM USA FOTOS?
THEY are leading in the medals table, right, according to FINA?

About James Sutherland

James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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