Catch up on the key stories from the FINA World Cup Series stop in Budapest, including hearing what American Tom Shields had to say.
Check out Tom Shields’ show-stopping 21.99 50-meter butterfly swim where he managed to take out Caeleb Dressel’s American record from last year.
27-year-old Emma McKeon broke through with a big-time 50.58 SCM 100 free to tie Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom as the #2 swimmer all-time.
Kira Toussaint took down a longstanding Dutch record held by Sharon van Rouwendaal from 2011, giving Toussaint a sweep of the national records.
At 30 years of age, Tom Shields ripped a new American Record in the short course meters 50 butterfly, becoming the world’s 6th fastest man ever.
On-fire Matt Sates will try to repeat as the men’s 200m free winner on this FINA World Cup Series circuit. But Aussie Kyle Chalmers is among his obstacles.
Irishman Daniel Wiffen posted a significant mark in the men’s 1500m freestyle final on night 2 of this FINA World Cup stop.
Milak lowered the record, previously held by Richard Bohus, from 23.39 to 23.34 in the prelims, and has known brought it down over three tenths in one day.
Let’s see what multi-Olympic medalist Kyle Chalmers has in store for tonight’s 100m freestyle at the FINA World Cup stop in Budapest.
The 20-year-old Slovenian Olympian re-lowered the National Record in a time of 1:54.25, taking second at the FINA World Cup stop in Budapest.
Tomoru Honda and teammate Daiki Tanaka each posted a 200m fly time that would have finished among the top 4 at the 2020 Olympic Games.
Swiss ace Maria Ugolkova fired off not one, but two national records on the first day of the FINA World Cup stop in Budapest, Hungary.
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