Previews & Recaps
World Record holder David Popovici takes aim at his own boys’ 100 freestyle championship record on the final night of World Juniors.
The final session of the 2022 World Junior Championships is here with finals scheduled in several events, including David Popovici’s 100 freestyle.
Today’s action will feature one more boys backstroke battle between Poland’s Ksawery Masiuk and South Africa’s Pieter Coetze.
Hungary’s Nikolett Padar is the top seed in the girls 200 free by a wide margin.
Merve Tuncel comes into the finals session tonight as the top seed in the girls 1500 free by a wide margin.
After swimming a 23.07 at the European Championships last month, Ribiero broke through the 23-seconds barrier, becoming the first junior swimmer ever to do so
Mia Narita played a critical role in helping lead Japan to the top of the medal table at the 2022 World Junior Championships.
Con 20 medaglie, di cui due ori, la nazionale juniores italiana sorpassa il record di 17 medaglie che aveva conquistato a Rio nel 2006.
Nikoletta Padar (pictured) and Lillia Abraham were just separated by 0.04 seconds when they finished 1-2 in the finals of the girls’ 200 free.
South Africa’s Coetze pulled off his 3rd Championship record-breaking swim when he won the 200 backstroke here with a 1:56.06.
Sara Curtis (picutred) had to race both the 50 free semifinals and 50 back finals tonight, and she ended up finishing third in both events.