“It’s all about stepping up on the night and historically anyone can do that, ” says Cameron McEvoy about the men’s 100m free.
Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel will be racing in the men’s 100m freestyle semifinals, one of the most anticipated events of the championships.
Gabriele Detti won the men’s 800 free with an incredible surge at the end. He set new Italian and European records with his 7:40.77.
Georgia Davies won her 50m backstroke semi-final in Budapest on Wednesday night.
Kylie Masse, Richard Funk, Penny Oleksiak, and Yuri Kisil broke the Canadian record in the 4x100m mixed medley en route to the bronze medal on Wednesday night in Budapest. Watch their race, and more.
18-year-old Jack Cartwright is making the most of his opportunity to represent Australia in the men’s 100m freestyle.
South African Chad Le Clos claimed gold in the men’s 200m fly in Budapest, getting off to a quick start with 53.21 at the 100 and holding on for the win. Watch the race here.
Watch as Matt Grevers, Lilly King, Caeleb Dressel, and Simone Manuel crush the world record in the 4×100 meter mixed medley relay in finals at 2017 World Championships.
Watch as Federica Pellegrini of Italy edges Katie Ledecky for the gold medal in the 200 freestyle at World Championships in Budapest.
Medaling in the women’s 200m free event for the 7th consecutive World Championships, Italian ace Federica Pellegrini helped rocket her nation of Italy from 12th yesterday to 4th in the overall swimming medal standings.
Katie Ledecky is the top seed headed into tonight’s 200 freestyle battle in Budapest.
Hear from the men’s 100m freestyle top seed headed into tonight’s semifinal, Cameron McEvoy of Australia.
America’s Nathan Adrian and Caeleb Dressel, Australia’s Cameron McEvoy and Brazil’s Gabriel Santos all made it into the men’s 1free top 16, but who did NOT clear this morning’s cut?
Hear what the stars of night 3 had to say after their races at the Danube Arena in Budapest.
“The goal wasn’t to win the 100 here, if I wanted to defend my title I wouldn’t have changed coaches and had a bigger break after Rio,” Aussie Mitch Larkin said after finishing off the podium in an event he won in 2015.