Russia put up some powerful performances on its home soil, including a 21.71 50m free gold medal-winning effort from Vlad Morozov.
Russia’s Anton Chupkov just became the first man from his nation to get under 59 seconds in the 100m breaststroke, clocking 58.94 for World Cup gold.
Arno Kamminga just blasted a new lifetime best of 58.98 in the men’s 100m breast, becoming the first-ever Dutchman under 59 seconds in the event.
Quah Ting Wen gives the DC Trident more sprint free and fly depth as the final regular season meets of the season, the derbies, draw near.
While competing at Circolo Canottieri Aniene this weekend, Simona Quadarella broke the Italian national record in the women’s short course 1500m freestyle.
16-year-old Anastasia Gorbenko of the LA Current broke the European Junior record and Israeli national record in the SCM 200 IM.
Re-watch 19-year-old Aussie teen Minna Atherton break the SCM world record in the 100 back as a member of the London Roar in ISL Budapest.
France’s Béryl Gastaldello has broken two National SCM Records this weekend in Budapest: the 50 free on Saturday and the 50 fly on Sunday.
23-year-old Szebasztian Szabo swims to a new Hungarian National Record in the SCM 50 butterfly during the ISL Meet in Budapest.
Just under an hour after setting the Australian national record, Minna Atherton has now broken the world record in the SCM 100 back.
19-year-old Minna Atherton has broken the Australian, Oceania, and Commonwealth records in the SCM 100 Back, now writing her name for all 3 backstroke records
Reona Aoki and Yasuhiro Koseki both cracked national records in the women’s and men’s SCM 50 breast event competing in Tokyo.
Béryl Gastaldello of LA Current finished 3rd in the women’s 50 free in Budapest with a new French National Record of 23.81.
Markus Thormeyer broke his own Canadian national record in the SCM 200 back while repping the NY Breakers at the ISL Budapest match-up.
Guilherme Guido break the Brazilian and South American Records in the 50 meter backstroke on Saturday, making him the 2nd-best in the event’s history.