Full Entry/Start Lists for 2017 World Championships Posted

The complete entries book for the 2017 FINA World Championships have been posted online. While the information has been available for a while on the FINA app, the official start lists organize and include seed times, and make the information much easier to read.

Below are a breakdown of entries that we’ve gone through:

Also of interest, Japan’s Kosuke Hagino will have only 3 entries – the 200 back, 200 IM, and 400 IM – swapping in the 200 back for the 200 free that he swam in Rio (and placed 7th in).

Swimming at the Danube Arena in Budapest will start on July 23rd and run 8 days through July 30th.

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wait, Caeleb is not swimming the 50m butterfly?


He probably decided that it isn’t worth it to race the 50 fly, it’s a non-Olympic event. Plus, he already got the AR at trials. His schedule is so packed, including relays, that it was most likely an easier decision for him to rule this race out.


No he didn´t Byan Lundquist was 22,91 at 2009, and he tied the textile AR record that was from Godsoe 2013 World


Even if everything else you said was true(it isn’t), why would the Olympic status of the event matter at the World Championships?


Never mind, he’s on there, just farther down on the entry list.


lol yea, i got confuse with so many weird names and countries abbreviations.


the guy is smart ….Troy is mart too . Great team


Anyone notice that Efimova is in the 200 im with a 2:11?


Yeah she’s not bad at IM wouldn’t be surprised if she threw down a sub 2:10. With her drugs


As said before, no GBR on 4×100 relay..


Yep, was always the case: Maybe in 2020 with Clogg & Burras, but right now they’re are just so far off world class.


they should hire Timmers …no belgian relay this time around


Half the nation would love Brussells to be on their team . Thats the losers tho .

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