Watch Hilary Caldwell’s 200m back semi-final, and the rest of Day 6 races, from Budapest.
James Guy split the third-fastest 200m freestyle in history, anchoring Team GB to a gold medal in the men’s 4x200m free relay.
Anton Chupkov, Townley Haas, Kristof Milak, Simone Manuel and more share their post-race comments from night 6 in Budapest.
The USA maintains it’s lead in the swimming medal table through day 6 of the 2017 FINA World Championships. In the overall aquatic sports medal table, however, China has 12 golds to the USA’s 11.
On Friday, Mélanie Henique broke the French national record in the 50m butterfly en route to qualifying third for Saturday’s final.
Watch Russia’s Anton Chupkov come from behind to set a new Championship Record with 2:06.96, becoming the 2nd man in history to break 2:07.
Max Litchfield swam in the final of the men’s 200m IM on Thursday night in Budapest.
Kierra Smith qualified for the 200m breast final in Budapest.
Watch Leah Smith, Mallory Comerford, Melanie Margalis, and Katie Ledecky win the gold medal in the 4x200m freestyle relay in Budapest.
The USA’s Chase Kalisz has a chance to win the first individual gold of this meet for the American men in tonight’s 200 IM final.
Watch as Caeleb Dressel breaks the American record in the 100m free, and Team USA goes 1-2 in Budapest.
Watch the race video of the women’s 200 meter butterfly in Budapest.
Chase Kalisz won his first world title on Thursday evening in Budapest, clocking a 1:55.56 in the 200 IM.
Tonight in Budapest, Etiene Medeiros won both a personal victory and a cultural victory for Brazilian women with the country’s first ever long course swimming title in a women’s event.
Etiene Medeiros became the first female long course world champion for the nation of Brazil while also breaking the South American record in the 50 backstroke.