Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu continues her impressive Olympics, taking the top spot in the women’s 200 back prelims in a new national record.
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Andriy Govorov put up the top time of the prelims in the men’s 50 free, breaking his own Ukrainian record.
Kyle Chalmers ended a 48-year drought for the Australian men in the 100 freestyle tonight.
Penny Oleksiak continues to impress in the pool, posting a world junior record on her way to the 2nd seed in tonight’s 100 free finals.
The Brazilian women’s 800 free relay has broken its own South American Record on Wednesday by half-a-second.
On day 5 in Rio, World Record holder Cate Campbell swam her way to a new Olympic Record with a 52.78 in the women’s 100 free prelims.
Ryan Lochte won his 12th career Olympic medal last night, making him the 2nd most decorated male swimmer in Olympic history.
Tonight in the finals of the 200 meter butterfly Michael Phelps won his 14th individual Olympic medal, tying Soviet gymnast Larisa Latynina for most individual Olympic medals by any athlete in any sport for Summer or Winter Olympics.
Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu blasted another Olympic record in the finals of the women’s 200 IM this evening en route to her third gold medal of these Rio Olympics.
James Guy anchored the British men’s 4×200 freestyle relay in record-setting style.
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.