American Ryan Murphy is just one of the mega stars racing tonight in Budapest.
Watch as USA’s Lilly King breaks the World Record in the women’s 100m breaststroke, as she blazes to a 1:04.13 to win the title in Budapest.
Watch as Xu Jiayu earns China’s first-ever World Championships medal in the men’s 100m backstroke, ahead of Matt Grevers and Ryan Murphy.
Katie Ledecky swam back-to-back freestyle events on Tuesday night in Budapest. After winning the 1500 with the fourth-fastest time in history, she came back and led the field in the first 200 free semi-final. Watch the races here.
Watch the race videos as Adam Peaty breaks the 50m breaststroke world record twice in one day.
Katerine Savard swimming in the semi-final of the women’s 200 free in Budapest on Tuesday evening.
Joao Gomes (above) and Felipe Lima became the 3rd and 4th-fastest 50 breast performers in history today, showing that the state of the sport is strong down the line beyond your superstar Peatys and Ledeckys.
Matt Grevers earned a silver medal, adding to the Americans’ overall lead after day 3.
Brazil’s Felipe Lima moved up to #4 all-time in the men’s 50 breaststroke with a 26.68 in semifinals at the 2017 World Championships.
American Lilly King, the reigning 100m breaststroke Olympic champion, will face rival Yuliya Efimova of Russia in what may be the race of the night.
Joao Gomes Junior moved into 3rd all-time with a 26.67 showing in the men’s 50 breast heats.
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.