See if your favorite female swim from the 2019 World Junior Championships fell among our top 5 performances from Budapest.
Josh Matheny, who broke the Championships Record in the 200 breast, was 1.05% faster than Daniel Roy, the 2017 winner of the event.
Kiwi Erika Fairweather saved her best World Junior Championships performance for last, reaping gold in the women’s 200m free.
Taiwan’s Kuan-Hung Wang fell one spot shy of the podium in tonight’s 200m fly, but he produced a new National Record in the event.
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Meg Harris of Australia topped off her World Junior Championships campaign with a 50m free bronze behind Americans Gretchen Walsh and Maxine Parker.
Aussie Thomas Neill had a heck of a meet at these World Juniors, crushing his personal bests en route to 3 individual medals.
Watch a selection of Sunday night’s finals races from Budapest, thanks to James Foster who filmed races all week.
17-year-old Nikoleta Trnikova fired off a new Slovak National Record while competing in the women’s 200m breast final in Budapest.
The United States won five of the eleven finals on the last night of competition in Budapest, bringing their total to 18 gold medals.
USA’s Gianluca Urlando is the top seed in the men’s 200 fly on Sunday night in Budapest. He will be gunning for the World Junior Record
With her silver-medal performance in the women’s 200 freestyle today, Pallister will leave Budapest with 4 individual medals.
Maxine Parker of USA shaved off an additional 0.21 seconds and moved up two spots to become the second fastest 17-18 50m freestyler of all-time.
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