Ariarne Titmus’ 1:54.27 lead-off on the women’s 4x200m freestyle relay helped power Australia to the top of the podium in World Record-setting fashion.
Penny Oleksiak threw down a sizzling 1:54.36 anchor leg to lead the Canadian women to a new National Record and bronze medal in the 4×200 free relay.
Scratched into the 200 back semi-finals on less than 90 minutes notice, Markus Thormeyer broke a 10-year-old Canadian Record to qualify for the final.
In the semifinals of the women’s 200 breaststroke Thursday evening, Tatjana Schoenmaker registered a 2:21.79 for a new South African National Record.
Olivia Smoliga set a new American Record en route to winning gold in the final of the women’s 50 back, clocking a time of 27.33.
Jeremy Desplanches broke his Swiss National Record for the eighth time in the final of the men’s 200 IM, becoming the first Swiss male to medal since 1986.
Julie Meynen broke her own Luxembourgish National Record in the prelims of the women’s 100 freestyle at the 2019 World Championships today in 54.44.
24-year-old Farida Osman recorded a new lifetime best and Egyptian National Record in the prelims of the women’s 100 freestyle this morning.
Kristof Milak broke Michael Phelps’ 10-year-old world record in the 200 butterfly by almost eight-tenths of a second in a time of 1:50.73.
Swimming in the final of the 400 mixed medley relay, Caeleb Dressel posted a 49.33 butterfly split to give the USA a slight lead going into freestyle.
Federica Pellegrini won a medal in the women’s 200 freestyle for a record eighth straight time and mentioned post-race this will be her last Worlds.
Edward Mildred, seen here with Olympian James Guy, took silver in the 200m fly in Baku tonight, registering a new British Age Record in the process.
Denys Kesyl broke a 17-year-old Ukrainian Record in the final of the men’s 200 fly, placing fifth overall in a time of 1:54.79.
Jeremy Desplanches broke the Swiss Record in the men’s 200 IM for the seventh time, qualifying first for the final in a time of 1:56.73.
17-year-old Federico Burdisso hit a new lifetime best and new Italian National Record in the men’s 200m fly en route to 4th place.