Previews & Recaps
With the Paris Olympics on the horizon, we break down some of our biggest takeaways from the Doha 2024 World Championships.
20-year-old world champion Hwang Sunwoo reflects on his 200m freestyle gold medal, as well as his nation’s 800m free relay victory.
World record holder and defending champion Sarah Sjostrom leads the way into women’s 50 freestyle final as the only woman sub-24 seconds in semis (23.90).
Armstrong’s 50 back and Douglass’ 50 free silvers, plus the men’s 4×100 medley relay title, solidified the US’s 2024 Doha team title.
The Netherlands’ men’s medley relay earned silver in national record time, securing 3rd in the medal table for their highest finish at a World Championships.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom clocked 23.69 en route to winning the women’s 50 free gold medal on Sunday, leading a sub-24 podium in Doha.
Among the day 7 highlights at the Doha World Championships was Claire Curzan, who completed her sweep of the backstroke events with a win in the 200.
Watch the race videos from night six of the Doha World Championships, which featured an exciting race in the men’s 4×200 freestyle relay.
Watch the race videos from day five of the 2024 World Championships, where we saw four different nations claim the five available gold medals.
Watch Daniel Wiffen, Siobhan Haughey, Tomoru Honda, and Sam Williamson swim to gold on night four of the 2024 Doha World Championships.
Mike Unger, Senior Advisor for World Aquatics and former COO of US Swimming speaks about the challenges of organizing the 2024 World Championships in Doha
Only one World Record fell at the 2024 World Championships – but it was a big one. Teenager Pan Zhanle took down the men’s 100 free record…
L’Italia del nuoto va via da Doha con 12 medaglie ed il quinto posto nel medagliere del nuoto. Due ori, 5 argenti e 5 bronzi che superano Budapest
The curtain has come down in Doha and we are here to relive the excitement of the last day with photos from the day 8 of 2024 World Swimming Championship
Israeli swimmer Anastasia Gorbenko was boo’ed by the crowd in Doha, Qatar after winning a silver medal at the World Championships.