Henrik Christiansen slashed four seconds off his Norwegian National Record in the men’s 1500 final, placing fifth in a time of 14:45.35.
Lewis Clareburt snags the 400m IM bronze in a new Kiwi National Record, with the teen now having dropped 6 seconds in this event in just a year.
Frenchman David Aubry set a new National Record for France by four seconds in the men’s 1500 free final, placing fourth in a time of 14:44.72.
Arjan Knipping set a new Dutch National Record in the men’s 400 IM prelims, qualifying second overall for the final in a time of 4:13.46
Without butterfly, Michael Phelps’ last remaining World Record is the 400 IM, set at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in 4:03.84.
Caeleb Dressel swam the fourth-fastest time in the history of the men’s 50 freestyle in the final, winning gold in an American Record of 21.04
Simona Quadarella became the fourth-fastest swimmer in the history of the women’s 800 freestyle in the World Championship final, clocking 8:14.99.
Simone Manuel anchored in 52.00 as the United States set a new world record in the mixed 400 free relay, defending their World title from 2017.
The Bluefish Swim Club has broken their 3rd National Age Group Record in a mixed-gender relay in the last 2 weeks.
The 19-year old Norgaard is the youngest swimmer in the final of the men’s 1500 by more than two-and-a-half years.
Gabriele Detti had a quick 1:45.30 split as the Italian men set a new National Record in the final of the men’s 4×200 free relay.
American sprint star Caeleb Dressel broke his first individual long course World Record in the 100 butterfly, with a time of 49.50.
Anton Chupkov stormed home to overtake Australian Matthew Wilson and win the men’s 200 breast World title in a world record of 2:06.12.
Mack Horton threw down the fastest split in the field on the anchor leg to lead Australia to gold and a new Commonwealth Record in the 800 free relay.
Duncan Scott took bronze here in the 200m free individually, but just became the first Briton ever under 1:45 with his 4×2 relay lead-off stunner.