The Canadians broke the National Record in the 4×50 free relay, collecting their second relay gold in as many days in Windsor.
Chloe Tutton clocked 1:04.79 for a new British Record in the women’s 100 breaststroke.
Robert Glinta qualified 8th for the men’s 200 back final in a new Romanian Record.
Max Litchfield broke the British Record in the 400 IM in 4:00.66 to win silver.
Penny Oleksiak (above) and her Canadian teammate smashed the Canadian 4×200 free relay record in 7:33.89, missing the World Record by just over a second.
Fort Collins Area Swim Team’s 16-year-old Zoe Bartel took down U.S. Olympian Caitlin Leverenz’s 15-16 National Age Group Record in the 200 breast en route to gold at the 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships (West).
Cody Miller broke the American Record in the 50 breast semis in 26.15.
Both Russia and Belarus broke their National 4×50 medley records en route to gold and bronze medals.
16-year-old Reece Whitley was on another level when he stepped up for the 200 breast final at the 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships (East).
Matias Koski broke the Finnish Record in the 100 free heats in a time of 47.55.
Park Tae Hwan broke the 100 free Korean Record this morning in 47.19.
At the PNS 14 & under Championships in Federal Way, the King Aquatic Club boys set fire to another relay…
Regan Smith shattered NAG records in the 100 back and 100 fly tonight, becoming the 13th-fastest American female ever in the back at only 14-years-old. But how does Regan choose which events to swim when she’s qualified in so many?
Kathleen Dawson has now lowered the 50, 100 and 200 back Scottish Records this week.
After dismantling the 13-14 National Age Group Record in the 100 fly during day 3 prelims at the 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships (West), Regan Smith cranked it up a notch in the final to lower the record to a blazing 51.73.