In the wake of 8 days of fast racing, check out our rankings of the top 15 from the 2022 World Championships in Budapest.
While not Summer McIntosh’s fastest time in the 400 IM, once her application is cleared, her swim on Saturday will officially go down as a World Junior Record
The Americans won the most medals by a nation at any World Championships in history and Oleksiak became the most decorated Canadian World Champs swimmer.
Tune in for the 16th and final session of swimming at the 2022 World Championships featuring the men’s 50 back, women’s 400 IM, and more!
Lauren Campbell from London, Ontario, has made a verbal commitment to Illinois State’s class of 2027.
After winning his 3rd medal on day 7, Josh Liendo has won the most medals of any Canadian man at a single World Championships.
Liendo swam 2 individual races on day 7 of the meet, cracking a Canadian record in the 50 free and collecting bronze in the 100 fly.
Katie Ledecky has a chance to become the first swimmer to win the same event five straight times at the World Championships in the women’s 800 free.
With 4 medals, including 2 golds, Torri Huske has the most medals of anyone at the 2022 World Championships so far, leading US dominance on the medal table.
World record holder Sarah Sjostrom leads the women’s 50 butterfly this morning after placing 2nd in the 100 free semifinal last night.
Ruck was an Olympic finalist in the event last year, finishing sixth in a time of 2:08.24 that was used as her entry time—the seventh-fastest in the field.
Cana and Team USA both had wildly successful days in Budapest, but did both teams leave medals on the table in the women’s 200 freestyle yesterday?
Josh Liendo took home the bronze in the men’s 100m freestyle in Budapest, contributing to Canada’s big haul on the night.
McIntosh breaks the 200 fly world junior record for the third time this year en route to winning her first-ever World Championships gold medal.
After placing 10th in the 100 backstroke semifinal, China’s Xu Jiayu has scratched the 200 backstroke where he was ranked fourth.