FINA World Swimming Championships Day 3 Photo Vault

One of the things a lot of the folks in the media say about working big events is “every day feels like 5” and since we love swimming we’re psyched.  Using this logic the world championships will last for 40 days.  What an insane night at the Duna Arena in Budapest Hungary – seemed like every time we blinked another world record dropped.  Leading the charge in bringing us the visual side of the event is SwimSwam’s photographer Mike Lewis.  Here’s some of what he captured today on day 3 of the FINA World Swimming Championships.

Cody Miller 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Jiayu Xu 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Laszlo Cseh and Chad Le Clos 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Women’s 1500 freestyle medalist Katie Ledecky, Mireia Belmonte, Simona Quadarella 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Twice a day. Adam Peaty breaks 50 breaststroke world record again in semi finals 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Kylie Masse sets World Record 100 backstroke 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Adam Peaty 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Katerine Savard 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Masato Sakai 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Viktor Bromer 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Jie Chen 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Laszlo Cseh 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Kathleen Dawson 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Cameron Van Der Burgh 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Viktor Bromer 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Giacomo Carini 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

Chad le Clos 2017 World Championships Budapest, Hungary (photo: Mike Lewis)

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MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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