All The Links You Need For The 2022 World Championships


We’re just days away from the 2022 World Championships, with the eight-day competition set to kick off on Saturday, June 18 from Duna Arena in Budapest.

Below, find all of the information you need for the week.


Daily prelims will begin at 9 am local time in Budapest, which translates to 3 am Eastern Time and 12 am Pacific Time. Finals are at 6 pm local, 12 pm ET, and 9 am PT.

  • Prelims: 9 am local (3 am ET)
  • Finals: 6 pm local (12 pm ET)

For a full look at various start times around the globe, click here.


The jam-packed schedule can be found below. You can also see the full aquatics schedule for the competition here.

Saturday, June 18 Sunday, June 19 Monday, June 20 Tuesday, June 21 Wednesday, June 22 Thursday, June 23 Friday, June 24 Saturday, June 25
Prelims Prelims Prelims Prelims Prelims Prelims Prelims Prelims
W 200 IM W 100 BK M 50 BR W 50 BK W 100 FR M 100 FLY W 50 FR W 400 IM
M 400 FR M 100 BK W 200 FR M 100 FR M 200 BK W 200 BK M 50 BK M 4×100 MR
W 100 FLY W 100 BR M 200 FLY M 200 IM W 200 BR M 50 FR W 50 BR W 4×100 MR
M 50 FLY M 200 FR M 800 FR W 200 FLY M 200 BR W 50 FLY MIX 4×100 FR
W 400 FR W 1500 FR MIX 4×100 MR W 4×200 FR M 4×200 FR M 1500 FR
M 100 BR W 800 FR
M 400 IM
W 4×100 FR
M 4×100 FR
Finals Finals Finals Finals Finals Finals Finals Finals
M 400 FR M 100 BR M 200 FR M 800 FR W 200 FLY W 100 FR W 50 FLY M 50 BK
W 100 FLY SF W 100 FLY W 1500 FR W 200 FR W 100 FR SF M 100 FLY SF M 50 FR W 50 BR
M 50 FLY SF M 100 BK SF M 50 BR SF M 100 FR SF M 100 FR W 200 BK SF W 50 FR SF M 1500 FR
W 400 FR W 100 BR SF W 100 BK W 50 BK SF W 50 BK M 50 FR SF W 50 BR SF W 50 FR
M 100 BR SF M 50 FLY M 100 BK M 200 FLY M 200 BR SF W 200 BR M 100 FLY W 400 IM
W 200 IM SF W 100 BK SF W 200 FR SF M 50 BR M 200 IM M 200 BK W 200 BK M 4×100 MR
M 400 IM M 200 FR SF M 200 FLY SF W 200 FLY SF W 200 BR SF W 50 FLY SF M 50 BK SF W 4×100 MR
M 4×100 FR W 200 IM W 100 BR M 200 IM SF M 200 BK SF M 200 BR W 800 FR
W 4×100 FR MIX 4×100 MR W 4×200 FR M 4×200 FR MIX 4×100 FR


Psych sheets for the competition (“entries book” on Omega) can be found here.

Live results for the competition can be found here.


A comprehensive look at television and streaming options for the World Championships can be found here.

U.S. viewers can watch each finals session on the NBC Sports app, Canadians can stream every session on CBC, and the source for the majority of European nations will be Eurovision’s AllAquatics. For viewers in the United Kingdom, BBC is listed as a broadcaster on the FINA website.


All of our event previews for the competition can be found here.

You can also find our top five storylines to watch for the women and men at the listed links.


The SwimSwam Pick ’em Contest for the 2022 World Championships is now live, with picks open until midnight Eastern Time as Friday, June 17 turns to Saturday, June 18.


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3 months ago

Can US guys watch prelims?

Reply to  Bub
3 months ago

PPV on Facebook

3 months ago

Galossi will swim the 400 free! Might make things interesting. He might challenge for a medal.

3 months ago

Peacock looks like it has all finals for US. That is essentially NBC Sports but much easier to use.

3 months ago

Perfect setup for a 50 fly WR from Dressel…

Chase Kalisz Fan
3 months ago

Gonna buy Peacock for this

Richard Strong
3 months ago

these links for los angeles not correct for los angeles. went searching on olympic channel instead of nbc sports app and day one from 9-11 on the 18th and nothing but replays of that first day apear ever again. can find no link to swimming for whole meet on nbc sports app.

3 months ago

Pick ’em contest?

Reply to  Smith-King-Huske-Curzan
3 months ago

Will be up in 15 minutes.

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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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