Watch Chase Kalisz down Michael Phelps’ 2007 championship record in the 400 IM, and win the first U.S. gold medal in the event since Ryan Lochte’s in Shanghai in 2011.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjöström now owns five of the top ten 50m free performances in history. Watch her blazing 23.69 in the final of the event at the 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
Great Britain took home the silver medal in the men’s 4x100m medley relay in Budapest.
Kathleen Baker, Lilly King, Kelsi Worrell, and Simone Manuel combined for a U.S. gold medal and world record in the 4x100m medley relay in the last event at the 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
The only thing better than watching Katinka Hosszu destroy the field in the 400 IM final was listening to the crowd cheer her on.
Watch Sydney Pickrem’s bronze-medal performance in the women’s 400m IM, and the rest of the finals races, from Day 8 at 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
Emily Seebohm fought her way to gold tonight, just like she’s fought her way against adversity outside the pool over the past year.
That makes three straight World Championship titles in the 800m freestyle for Team USA’s Katie Ledecky. Watch the race here.
Dressel, Adrian, Comerford and Manuel claimed the gold medal, the Championship Record, and the World Record (by almost 3.5 seconds), winning the mixed 4×100 freestyle relay in 3:19.60.
Watch Caeleb Dressel unleash a 49.86 to win the 100m fly in Budapest, the second-fastest swim in history.
Mallory Comerford was a part of the mixed 4×100 freestyle relay squad that added another gold to the American total on night 7 of the 2017 FINA World Championships.
Watch as Emily Seebohm of Australia breaks a national record and takes down Missy Franklin’s World Championship meet record in her gold-medal performance in the women’s 200m backstroke final on Saturday.
Watch the fastest textile 50m freestyle in history, Caeleb Dressel’s gold-medal performance in Budapest.
Watch Javier Acevedo and the rest of Team Canada on Day 7 of the 2017 FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Just a day after American 15-year-old Regan Smith broke the junior world record in the 200 back, Australian 16-year-old Kaylee McKeown has one-upped her, lowering the record to 2:06.76 in the World Championships final.