Mitch Larkin will look to continue his success at these championships in the 200 back after winning the 100m earlier at these championships
Kelsi Worrell will look to follow up her Pan American title with a national title in the 100m fly to cap off a terrific summer
Laszlo Cseh has now won a medal at a record 7 different world championships
Adam Peaty will look to back up his world record in the semi-final with his second gold medal of the championships in the 50 breast
Katie Ledecky will have a tough double tonight with the final of the 1500m and the 200m semi
Sun Yang will look to win his second straight title and third straight medal in the men’s 400 freestyle
Sarah Sjostrom looks like a slam dunk to take home the women’s 50 fly title in Kazan.
Franziska Hentke of Germany will look to back up her top time in the world this year with a world championship gold medal.
Daiya Seto of Japan will look to dethrone South Africa’s Chad Le Clos for the 200m butterfly crown in Kazan.
Chad Le Clos will look to continue his recent 50m fly dominance at the world championships.
I believe that Daiya Seto will be faster than he was in Barcelona and swim a 4:07 to take the title.
Etiene Medeiros of Brazil has recently burst onto the swimming scene, posting some incredible times in the 50 back.
With Phelps and Hagino absent, Ryan Lochte is looking for his 4th consecutive title.
Missy Franklin is the 200 backstroke World Record holder in the 200 meter backstroke in long course, but hasn’t matched that time since the 2012 Olympic Games.
Missy Franklin is the defending World and Olympic Champion in the 100 back, but Emily Seebohm has been consistently sub-59.