Siobhan-Marie O’Connor broke the British record that she set in semifinals yesterday en route to the 200 IM Olympic silver.
Sarah Sjostrom swam the 5th-fastest 200 free in history tonight for Olympic silver and a new Swedish record.
Kyle Chalmers broke his own junior world record in the 100 free for the second time today.
While their team headliner was in Rio winning 200 free gold, Phoebe Bacon, Abigail Harter, Jillian Johnson, and Maya Fischer took down the 13-14 NAG record in the 200 medley.
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Duncan Scott broke an eight year-old British record in the 100 free this morning to qualify 3rd overall for the final.
Lilly King came through in an electric 100m breaststroke final.
On day 3 of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Team USA newcomer Ryan Murphy won his first ever Olympic gold medal in Olympic Record fashion.
Ryan Murphy extended the Americans streak to six consecutive gold medals in the men’s 100 backstroke.
Fu Yuanhui and Xu Jiayu both set Chinese records in the 100 meter backstroke tonight in two electrifying and surprising finals that put both swimmers on the podium.
Canadian Kylie Masse won bronze in the women’s 100 back in a new national record, the Canadian women three medals in three days.
Winning the final heat this morning, Hosszu took down the Olympic Record with a 2:07.45, which gives her the top seed for tonight’s semifinals.
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.