Cameron van der Burgh 50 Breast Worlds Win – Post Race Interview

The South African day four medal haul jumped to three when teammates and training partners Cameron van der Burgh and Giulio Zorzi took gold and bronze in the men’s 50 breaststroke, with times of 26.77 and 27.04, respectively. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig,

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Adam Peaty Breaks British 18-Year Olds National Record

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Wilfrid Tevoedjre 86th at Worlds in 100m Freestyle (1:07) – Post Race Interview Courtesy of FINA

To FINA’s credit, they captured this interview. We forget sometimes that everyone starts their journey to success somewhere. Tevoedjre may have only gone a 1:07 100m free, but he has goals to go 1:00, and that’s something all swimmers can respect. (Image courtesy of FINA)


World Championships, Day 4/Wednesday Finals Preview

Was Federica Pellegrini’s semi-finals performance in the 200 free for real? Is she back? (Photo: Victor Puig/


2013 World Championships Day 4 Prelims Real-Time Recaps

Vladimir Morozov is 7th, 48.67, after the men’s 100 free prelim. Adrian is 12th, displaying he may still be battling illness. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig,


Meilutyte 100 Breaststroke Worlds Win – Complete Race Footage

Complete race footage is courtesy of Universal Sports Network. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig,


2013 FINA Worlds, Day 4 Prelims Photo Vault: Magnussen Loads 47.7 in 100 Free Prelim

James Magnussen clocks a 47.7 in the prelims of the 100 freestyle at 2013 World Championships. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig,

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High Dive Speeds At FINA Worlds 50 mph – Complete Footage of Winners

Team USA’s Carlton wins the women’s High Dive at FINA World Championships! (Image courtesy of FINA)


Canadian Report – Day 3 – Cochrane Set Up for a Strong 800

Two Canadians qualified for second swims on the third day of the FINA World Championships in Barcelona… (Photo Credit: Victor Puig,

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Africa Report, Day 3, Le Clos and Van Der Burgh Both Win Semi-Finals

Cameron Van Der Burgh is flirting with the world record in the 50m breaststroke and Chad Le Clos is the favorite to win the 200 butterfly tomorrow. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)

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Katie Ledecky, In Theoretical Meters, Has Already Been Faster Than the 800 Free World Record

Lotte Friis (Left) and Katie Ledecky (center) were both attacking Rebecca Adlington’s World Record in the 800 in the midst of their 1500s. (Photo: Victor Puig/


Euro Report – Day 3 – Friis was Fabulous

On most days the event winners would be the athletes we would highlight, but on this day Danish swimmer Lotte Friis, who won the silver in the 1500 freestyle stole the show…(Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)


Medal Count: Ledecky, Franklin, Grevers Golds Pad U.S. Total

Ruta Meilutyte captured Lithuania’s first medal of the World Championships on night three.

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Day 3 Latin America Report: de Deus, Gomes Through to Final, Lima Out

Leonardo de Deus swam a lifetime best in the men’s 200 fly to advance to the World Championship final tomorrow night.


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