Contributing to the American medal total on day 5 were Michael Andrew (50 fly gold), Grace Ariola (50 back bronze), and the women’s 4×100 free relay (silver).
Italy’s Nicolo Martinenghi is the headliner in tonight’s 50 breast semifinals as he chases his own Junior World Record.
Canada became the only other country other than the U.S. to have earned double digit medals thus far with 10 total medals.
Team USA’s Michael Andrew will take on a triple tonight, swimming finals of the 50 free and 50 back. He’s also got semifinals of the 50 fly.
The USA broke its tie with Japan in the gold medal standings thanks to their 4 victories on the final night of competition.
The USA holds its lead in the golds tally and the total medal tally.
American leads the World Junior Championships medal table through day 2.
Japan leads overall medals with 3, led by a 1-2 finish in the women’s 400m IM.
South African Olympic swimmer Ryk Neethling has been appointed CEO of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, an organization that teaches children essential water safety skills and how to swim.
Sarah Sjostrom and Mireia Belmonte were tonight’s golden girls in Eindhoven, each having earned a shiny new world record to close out the first cluster of this year’s FINA World Cup Series.
Dutch swimmer Arno Kamminga raced his way to the #2 seed in the men’s 200m breaststroke in Eindhoven, clocking a new national record in the process.
Sjostrom fires off a new SCM World Record, while Katinka Hosszu, Mireia Belmonte and Vlad Morozov collect double wins in Eindhoven.
Sarah Sjostrom gets it done again, clocking 51.02 in the women’s 100 SCM freestyle in Eindhoven this morning.
Bethany Galat won the women’s 200m breaststroke in Rome. Hear from her and other winners at the Energy for Swim!
Team Energy Standard topped the podium overall at the inaugural Energy For Swim! event in Rome, despite a 4:04 400 free from American Leah Smith.