Within just the sport of swimming at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, England topped the overall medal count with 22.
Several World Record holders will compete in their respective events tonight, including Great Britain’s Adam Peaty in his signature 100 breast.
Watch as Russia’s Yuliya Efimova swims the second-fastest 100m breast in history with a 1:04.36 in the first semi-final on Monday evening in Budapest.
Just off the World Record, Sweden’s Sarah Sjöström broke the Championship Record with her winning 55.53 in the final of the women’s 100 fly in Budapest.
Watch Katinka Hosszu dominate in the final of the women’s 200 IM in front of the enthusiastic crowd of the Danube Arena in Budapest on Monday night.
Watch as Adam Peaty wins the men’s 100 breast final in Budapest, crushing the Championship Record with the second-fastest time in history.
Watch (a selection of) the race videos of the first two days in Budapest, formatted for the UK market.
Watch the races from Day Two at FINA World Championships in Budapest. Available to Canadian audiences from Radio-Canada Sports on Twitter.
Watch the races from Day One at FINA World Championships in Budapest. Available to Canadian audiences from Radio-Canada Sports on Twitter.
Many swim fans would argue that Ohashi is even better in the 400 IM than the 200 IM, and after her showing in the shorter IM event, she’s now emerged as a serious threat for gold in the 400 IM.
Japan’s Yui Ohashi finished less than a second behind Hungary’s Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu in the women’s 200m IM, setting up a potential beast of a battle in the 400m IM.
Watch the American men win the gold medal in the 4×100 meter freestyle on Sunday night, holding off a very fast-charging Brazilian quartet.
In a day filled with ties, yet another came through in semifinals of the men’s 100 back. Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov and China’s Li Guangyuan finished in a tie for 9th place, and are set for a swim-off in the event, per Omega live results.
Watch as Caeleb Dressel blasts a 22.76 in the semi-final of the 50m butterfly, knocking .15 off the American record.
It was all Sun Yang of China tonight in the men’s 400 free.