45TH NICO SAPIO TROPHY Friday, November 9th – Saturday, November 10th Sciorba Sports Complex, Genoa, Italy SCM Meet Site SwimSwam…
Day 2 finals of the FINA World Cup stop in Tokyo were highlighted by a pair of historical performances from Vlad Morozov and Ranomi Kromowidjojo.
Yui Ohashi broke a six-year-old Asian Record in the women’s SCM 400 IM in Tokyo, clocking 4:22.73 to win silver behind Katinka Hosszu at the Tokyo World Cup.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo’s 24.51 swim in the 50 fly moved her past Sarah Sjostrom for #2 all-time in the event.
Vlad Morozov dropped a 45.16 in the 100 freestyle, breaking his own Russian and World Cup records in Tokyo.
Wang Shun and Li Zhuhao both set new Chinese National records during day 2 finals of the FINA World Cup stop in Tokyo.
Olympic and world champion Katie Meili has signed a contract to compete in the Energy for Swim 2018 meet.
Dylan Carter broke George Bovell’s 50 back Trinidad & Tobago National Record at day 2 prelims of the FINA World Cup in Tokyo.
Night 1 of the 2018 British Universities & Colleges Sport Championships (BUCS) brought the women’s 800m freestyle and men’s 1500m freestyle to Ponds Forge to kick-off the 3-day meet.
Ibañez has held the record continuously for over a decade.
Seven Italian swimmers have signed contracts to compete at the Energy for Swim 2018 meet, including 2017 World champs Gabriele Detti, Gregorio Paltrinieri and Federica Pellegrini.
Volkers, who has coached both Australian and Brazilian Olympic medalists, previously had similar charges dropped in 2002.
Felipe Lima put up the top time in the world this season in the 50 breast, winning the South American Championships in 27.12.
Daria Ustinova threw down a Worlds qualifying 2:02.25 in the women’s 200 back in Kazan.
Americans Kelsi Dahlia and Kathleen Baker each took two golds on night 1 of the Nico Sapio Trophy.