Mireia Belmonte scored the silver tonight in the women’s 1500 free, looking better than she ever has before.
Team Russia absolutely dominated synchronized swimming last week at the 2017 FINA World Championships, winning seven golds out of a possible nine.
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Sid Farber was one of the Denver swimmers getting a win on the last night of Gresham Sectionals.
Ben Proud won the 50 fly, helping shoot GBR up the medal table.
Her time from the 100 breast semifinals tonight was her fastest since 2013.
Russian Kirill Prigoda took down the Russian 100 breast record tonight in the final in Budapest, going 59.05 for his third national record this week already.
He took home wins in the 100 free and 100 fly, two events that he raced in at the 2017 NCAA Championships, as well as the 200 free.
The shark was reportedly untapered, even more embarrassing for the so-called greatest athlete ever.
Brea Aquatics’ Kenisha Liu stormed to two more victories in La Mirada tonight, taking the 200 IM and 50 free.
Katie Ledecky will race for gold and try to upend her own world record in the 400 free tonight.
Katinka Hosszu’s swims weren’t the most impressive from Team Hungary today in Budapest.
The above photo is from high school, though Sanchez (left) got a great race from Kenisha Liu (right) in the 100 fly tonight.
Cooper slammed down a lifetime best 25.38 to win the women’s 50 free.
Katinka Hosszu’s coach will still be on deck in Budapest next week at Worlds.