Canada’s Jade Hannah is looking at a potential sweep of the backstrokes after winning the 100 and 200 titles. She competes in the 50 back prelims this morning
America holds on to its medal lead after 3 days of competition in Budapest, but other nations are seeing strong performances at these World Junior C’ships.
14-year-old Athena Kovacs made it to tomorrow night’s 50m fly final, clocking a new Mexican National Record in the event along the way.
14-year-old Miriam Sheehan got under the 27-second barrier for the 1st time in her young career this morning in the women’s 50 fly and she did it again.
Miriam Sheehan, at 14, broke her own Puerto Rican national record in the women’s 50 fly by going under 27 seconds for her first time.
Italy’s Thomas Ceccon steps up for the 50 back today after winning the 100 back title in a new Championship Record last night.
American Luca Urlando won the men’s 200m free on night 2 of the 2019 World Junior Championships, helping keep the U.S. on top of the medal standings.
Lillie Nordmann was a member of the women’s 4x200m freestyle relay for the Americans, winning gold in Budapest on night 1 of World Juniors.
Aussie Thomas Neill threw down the swim of his life to earn 400m free silver tonight in Budapest, inserting himself among the nation’s all-time greats.
Day 1 prelims of the 2019 World Junior Championships saw 2 meet records go down, courtesy of Hungary’s Gabor Zombori and Italy’s Thomas Ceccon.
Andrew Parsons, President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) announced on Thursday, August 15, that they are preparing to accept a refugee…
In the World Cup cat and mouse game between Emily Seebohm of Australia and Katinka Hosszu of Hungary in the women’s back, Seebohm now owns a 2-1 record.
Nathan Adrian, just months after revealing cancer diagnosis, collected 2 individual silvers, but anchored the men’s medley to gold on final night in Lima.
Meghan Small comes in as the top seed by a second and a half in the women’s 200 IM on the final night of the 2019 Pan Ams in Lima, Peru.
2:15.48 undercuts the Peru National Record, which was held by DeBever at 2:15.53 from April of this year. Here is a split comparison between the two races: