Femke Heemskerk had a blazing 22.90 anchor for the Netherlands as they broke the European Record and went under the old world record.
Olivia Smoliga and Kelsi Dahlia both played a crucial role in helping the Americans break the world record in the 4×50 mixed medley relay.
Caeleb Dressel broke the American Record again to qualify 1st for the final in 20.51.
Kirill Prigoda broke the world record by nearly three-tenths in the men’s 200 breast.
Evgeny Rylov broke an eight-year-old National Record in the men’s 50 back semis.
Li Zhuhao lowered his Asian Record once again as he won bronze in the men’s 100 fly final.
Kelsi Dahlia dropped her American Record by .01 down to 24.93 in the women’s 50 fly semis.
Kliment Kolesnikov became just the 7th man to break 51 seconds in the 100 IM.
Qin Haiyang set a new Asian Record in the men’s 200 breast final as he became the 4th fastest performer in history.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo swam to a new Championship Record in the women’s 100 free final.
Caeleb Dressel will be one of two male anchor legs in the relay.
Qin Haiyang chopped two and a half seconds off his Chinese Record in the men’s 200 breast, becoming the 7th fastest performer in history.
Shane Ryan was well under the Irish Record in the 50 back prelims.
Caeleb Dressel officially broke the American 50 free record in a time of 20.62.
Haley Black broke the Canadian Record in the women’s 50 fly in Hangzhou, improving her best time by nearly eight-tenths of a second.