While the American point total was a historic
Olivia Smoliga’s double individual gold helped push America to the top of the medal standings from start-to-finish in Hangzhou.
16-year-old Joshua Liendo broke the Canadian 15-17 Age Group Record that had stood since 2009 in the men’s 50 freestyle in Toronto.
Kayla Sanchez, racing at the Swim England Winter Championships this week instead of Worlds, has broken her 3rd Canadian senior record.
James Guy became the fastest Brit since 2009 in the 200m fly, while Anna Hopkin notched a 50 free textile British Record of her own. Teenager Kayla Sanchez also threw down a massive swim in the 100 IM.
Freya Anderson won the 200 free in a best time on the opening night of the Ontario Junior International meet in Toronto.
Canada has seen meteoric rises to the international stage from several teenage standouts on the women’s side, and the rise of Kayla Sanchez continues
2018 FINA SHORT COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday, December 11th – Sunday, December 16th Hangzhou, China Tennis Centre, Hangzhou Olympic &…
Through day 4, the United States remains atop the overall medal standings at the 2018 FINA Short Course Championships, although they only reaped one gold medal tonight. Vlad Morozov was one of the winners who denied all in the 50 free.
James Guy, Laura Stephens, Kayle Sanchez and more clocked times in Sheffield that would have finaled at the 2018 Short Course World Championships.
On the other side of the world from Hangzhou, Canadian teen Kayla Sanchez scorched a 51.45 SCM 100 freestyle.
Russian teen Kliment Kolesnikov continues his red-hot performances with a 100 IM gold medal and Championship Record.
The United States maintained its overall medal standings lead, totaling 17 medals through day 3.
With just 3 British stars in Ben Proud, Georgia Davies and Mark Szaranek competing in Hangzhou at the FINA Short Course World Championships, most of the English contingency is available to race at the Swim England Winter Championships this weekend. That includes powerhouse athletes such as James Guy, Sarah Vasey, Molly Renshaw and James Wilby.