At the 2006 US Nationals, Brendan Hansen went on a double world record spree in the 100/200 breast. Read more on how Hansen took down the records here.
Relive Phelps winning his first world title at the 2001 Championships in Fukuoka, breaking the 200 fly world record for the second time in four months.
Swim Fort Lauderdale’s Cecilia McCloskey has been racing masters for over 30 years and has amassed numerous American Masters and World Masters records.
Hackett’s 7:23.42 world record set in July of 2008 is almost six seconds faster than anyone else in history.
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While Michael Phelps will best be remembered for winning 8 gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, he was arguably better in 2007.
Kushagra Rawat moved closer to his dream of qualifying for the Olympics as he secured his 3rd B Cut for the 2020 Games with a 15:25.22 showing in the 1500.
Olympian Duncan Scott got it done in the men’s 50 free in Edinburgh, breaking the Scottish Record en route to topping the podium.
Emma McKeon crushed the 3rd fastest 100m fly time of her prolific career en route to overtaking a nearly 20-year-old Aussie All Comers Record.
Cesar Castro produces a new Spanish national record in the men’s 200 free while competing at the Edinburgh International.
Kushagra Rawat broke the Indian National Record at the New South Wales Championships in the men’s 400 freestyle, clocking 3:52.75.
That was a lifetime best by 3 tenths and took down the former National High School Record set by Caeleb Dressel in 2013.
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