Adam Peaty smashed the world record for the second time in Rio, going 57.13 to win gold by over a second and a half.
Miller swam a 58.86 to become the fastest American in history, breaking the previous American Record of 58.94 set by his Rio teammate Kevin Cordes.
Michael Phelps won his record 19th Olympic gold medal as the Americans regained glory in the men’s 400 free relay.
Penny Oleksiak broke the junior world record in the women’s 100 fly winning silver.
Rikako Ikee became the first Japanese woman to clock a sub-57-second 100m butterfly.
Multiple world records are expected to go down at night 2 finals, including the 100 fly featuring Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom.
Brittany Maclean broke her own Canadian record in the Olympic heats for the second straight Games en route to qualifying 5th for the final.
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Destin Lasco broke Michael Andrew’s NAG in the SCY 200 free.
Team Australia kicked off the 2016 Olympic Games in record fashion yesterday on the first day of competition of the 31st Modern Olympiad.
The U.S. women swim a new American record tonight in the 4×100 free relay for Olympic silver.
Tonight, Sjostrom swam a brisk 55.84, taking away rival Dana Vollmer’s Olympic record set in 2012.
Mack Horton and Sun Yang are two intense rivals both in the pool and on the deck.
The Australian team, anchored by the Campbell sisters took down the world record in tonight’s 4 x 100 free relay.
Adam Peaty swam the 2nd fastest 100 breast ever to qualify 1st out of the semi-finals.