In this article, we rank who we thought were the top 15 women that competed at the 2022 FINA World Championships last week.
In the wake of 8 days of fast racing, check out our rankings of the top 15 from the 2022 World Championships in Budapest.
After medal-winning swims leading up to day 8, the Asian continent was shut out of hardware to close out the 2022 World Championships
Tune in for the 16th and final session of swimming at the 2022 World Championships featuring the men’s 50 back, women’s 400 IM, and more!
25-year-old Naoki Mizunuma became Japan’s first-ever World Championships medalist in the mens’ 100m butterfly event with his silver here.
In the semis of the 50 breast, China’s Tang Qianting broke her own Asian record in a time of 30.10 to take the fourth seed headed into the finals.
Zhang Yufei undercut the former Chinese record in the 50 butterfly with a 25.32 to collect her third bronze medal of the meet.
Katie Ledecky has a chance to become the first swimmer to win the same event five straight times at the World Championships in the women’s 800 free.
Most of the prelims scratches on day seven of the World Championships came from swimmers who withdrew from the meet like South Africa’s Coetze or Shayna Jack
22-year-old Yu Hanaguruma of Japan snagged silver in the men’s 200m breaststroke tonight, carrying on the great tradition of medalists from his nation,
Brazil showed off its depth as all four swimmers – Fernando Scheffer, Vinicius Assuncao, Murilo Sartori, and Breno Correia – dipped under the 1:47 mark.
World record holder Sarah Sjostrom leads the women’s 50 butterfly this morning after placing 2nd in the 100 free semifinal last night.
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