The Aussie women set a new World Record in the 800m free relay, with their gold being added to the host nation’s overall haul through day 2.
Catch up on the highs and lows of day two of the 2022 Short Course World Championships taking place in Melbourne, Australia.
Rebecca Smith of Canada lowered her own national record in the women’s 200m freestyle while leading off her squad’s silver medal-winning relay.
In a record-setting 50 butterfly swim-off Estonian Daniel Zaitsev held off Canadian Ilya Kharun for the final spot in the event’s final.
Aussie Kaylee McKeown has something to smile about as her nation leads the overall medal table after one day of action in Melbourne.
Find out who was ‘hot’ and who was ‘not’ on day one of the 2022 FINA Short Course World Championships in Melbourne, Australia.
While the Italian men and Australian women were busy breaking World Records in the 4x100m free relay event, the Canadian squads did damage in their own right.
Knox’s previous best of 1:52.32, which was also the Canadian Record, was set last fall at an ISL meet in September.
After taking out Andrei Minakov’s record during prelims, Ilya Kharun delivered a renewed world junior record of 22.32 during semis-finals.
Canadian Ilya Kharun set a new World Junior Record in the 50 butterfly SCM after swimming a time of 22.32 at the SC World Championships.
Maggie MacNeil broke a surprise World Record in the 50 back at the 2021 World Short Course Championships. Can she break it again in 2022?
South Africa’s Chad Le Clos carries successful World Cup momentum into the men’s butterfly events at the FINA Short Course World Championships.
The defending Olympic gold medalist Maggie MacNeil is the favorite in the women’s sprint butterflies, but it won’t be easy with deep fields in both.
Canada’s Summer McIntosh, who trains year-round with the Sarasota Sharks, clocked the 7th-fastest rolling start 200-yard free time in history – 1:40.19.
Shaine Casas will be representing the US at SC Worlds, but won’t be defending his title in the men’s 100 backstroke.