Summers-Newton’s record was one of four world marks set on day three in London.
Australia’s Ellie Cole recently switched teams to train under coach Simon Cusack, alongside Olympian sisters Cate and Bronte Campbell.
NCAA finalist Mackenzie Padington will be sitting out this college season for Minnesota, instead training for a potential Olympic bid for Canada.
Wang Jianjiahe continues to be the dominant force at the Chinese Championships, though 12-year old Wang Jiayan stole some spotlight with a 2:10 200 back.
Ryan Mallette was previously the head coach of the HPC – Victoria, and will now head east to support Ben Titley in Toronto instead.
Italian IMer Ilaria Cusinato has announced her withdrawal from the inaugural year of the International Swimming League via a YouTube video.
Teenager Simone Barlaam headined the night by breaking a seven-year-old world record in the men’s S9 100 back.
Twenty-year-old world record holder Alice Tai won the S8 100 free by well over two seconds at Worlds after being classes down from S9 last year.
Spaniard Alba Vazquez becomes the latest addition to the Rome-based Aqua Centurions captained by Federica Pellegrini. Vazquez brings the team roster up to 29.
Ye Shiwen won her 2nd individual event of the Chinese National Championships on Tuesday when she won the women’s 200 meter breaststroke.
In episode 6 it’s clear that Cusinato is continuing to hit barriers with her strength and stamina levels but is pushing through them.
Brett Hawke (above) is also training the 2019 World Championships silver medalist in the men’s 50 free Bruno Fratus.
The United States’ Becca Meyers broke her own world record in the S12 400 free, one of five records to fall on the first night of the meet.
The 2019 Japanese Student Swimming Championships wrapped up on Sunday, but not before a very special guest made an appearance in the stands.
Australia’s Channel 7 revealed it has secured exclusive rights to broadcast the inaugural International Swimming League (ISL) season.