Max Litchfield broke his own British record in the 400 IM heats.
Sun Yang will swim freestyle for China in the men’s medley relay prelims.
The USA Women’s National Team won their second straight FINA World Championship with a 13-6 victory over Spain on Friday in Budapest.
On the heels of her move to #3 all-time in overall World Championships gold medals, Katie Ledecky has moved into a tie with Ryan Lochte for the second-most individual gold medals in history. Ledecky is also on the cusp of cracking the top 5 in career individual World Champs medals of any color.
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Emily Seebohm fought her way to gold tonight, just like she’s fought her way against adversity outside the pool over the past year.
Katinka Hosszu will swim the 400 IM prelims on day 8 in Budapest.
That makes three straight World Championship titles in the 800m freestyle for Team USA’s Katie Ledecky. Watch the race here.
Asia Minnes picked up a fourth gold on day 4 in Toronto.
Dressel, Adrian, Comerford and Manuel claimed the gold medal, the Championship Record, and the World Record (by almost 3.5 seconds), winning the mixed 4×100 freestyle relay in 3:19.60.
Pirozzi was the 15th seed for the women’s 400 IM, but has opted out of the event.
Columbia Swim Club has an Assistant Coach position opening, starting Sept 1, 2017
The penultimate day of competition at the 2017 FINA World Championships is now in the books, and the Hong Kong squad is celebrating a new milestone.
Women’s 100m free exceeded expectations, with 7 of the 8 women in the final holding Olympic Gold Medals, and the one without, Comerford, who made her debut at Worlds with American record leading off the 400m Free Relay on Night 1.
Watch Caeleb Dressel unleash a 49.86 to win the 100m fly in Budapest, the second-fastest swim in history.