Leon Marchand of France clocked the second fastest men’s 400m IM time in history. See how he and other top performers celebrated on night 1 in Budapest.
Despite this injury, MacNeil still helped Canada win a silver medal in the 4×100 free relay with Taylor Ruck, Penny Oleksiak, and Kayla Sanchez.
The 100 back is the first event of day two, featuring world record holder Ryan Murphy, 2nd seed Hunter Armstrong, and defending World Champion Jiayu Xu.
China’s Wang Shun has scratched the 200 free, likely to focus on the 200 IM on Tuesday where he is the top seed. He placed 14th in the 400 IM on day one.
Watch all of the finals race videos from the first finals session of the 2022 World Championships, including Leon Marchand’s 400 IM European Record.
Kyle Chalmers is now in a three way tie for the #7 fastest relay split after swimming a 46.60 tonight as Australia’s anchor.
The 15-year-old McIntosh becomes the fourth-fastest performer of all time with her 3:59.39 to take silver behind Katie Ledecky.
American Torri Huske was the top qualifier out of prelims in the women’s 100 meter butterfly on Saturday morning. While top end times were fast, the session lacked depth.
Brazil’s Gabriel Santos scratched the 50 butterfly where he was ranked #22. He is still entered in the 100 freestyle on Tuesday.
After breaking the World Record in this event in Tokyo, the Australian women are bringing a brand new lineup to the World Championships.
University of Florida All-American Mabel Zavaros has joined Canada’s roster for the 2022 Commonwealth Games after Penny Oleksiak withdrew.
Follow along here as SwimSwam’s staff previews all 42 events that will be contested at the 2022 World Championships in Budapest.
Hunter Armstrong and Ryan Murphy are on the verge of another 51-second performance in the 100 backstroke, but it’s the rising star versus the veteran.
PanAm Aquatics is the governing body for six aquatic disciplines for the American continent, including North, South and Central American nations.
Turks & Caicos is one of three FINA member federations that did not participate in the 2019 World Championships but will in 2022.