Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel will be racing in the men’s 100m freestyle semifinals, one of the most anticipated events of the championships.
Action continued in Sheffield today at the 2017 British Summer Championships.
Medaling in the women’s 200m free event for the 7th consecutive World Championships, Italian ace Federica Pellegrini helped rocket her nation of Italy from 12th yesterday to 4th in the overall swimming medal standings.
Tonight, Great Britain’s 22-year-old breaststroke titan Adam Peaty put up the second-fastest swim in history and only second-ever swim under 26 with 25.99 to defend his 2015 title in the men’s 50 breaststroke.
26-year-old British swimming veteran Georgia Davies took down her own 3-year-old British record tonight in the 50 back semifinals in Budapest, swimming 27.49.
Max Litchfield broke an eight-year-old British record in the 200 IM prelims in a time of 1:56.64.
Hear what the stars of night 3 had to say after their races at the Danube Arena in Budapest.
Craig Benson cracked the minute mark in the men’s 100m breaststroke at the 2017 British Summer National Championships in Sheffield.
American Ryan Murphy is just one of the mega stars racing tonight in Budapest.
Adam Peaty did it again in Budapest, lowering the 50 breast world record under 26 seconds for the first time ever.
Matt Grevers earned a silver medal, adding to the Americans’ overall lead after day 3.
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.
Hear from both Adam Peaty and Ben Proud, two of the British swimming army that’s been on full throttle so far in Budapest.
Coming off a big win in the 100 breaststroke on day 2, Great Britain’s Adam Peaty absolutely shattered his own 50 breast world record with 26.10 at day 3 prelims in Budapest.
Adam Peaty obliterated his 50m breaststroke world record in prelims on day 3 in Budapest.