Meet the newest world record holder, Kira Toussaint of the Netherlands, who produced a wicked-fast 50 back mark of 25.60.
Tokyo Frog King’s Yui Ohashi has picked up her fifth 200 IM win of the season as she swam her way to a new Japanese and Asian Record.
London Roar’s Adam Peaty has channeled his new dad strength into a British record in the men’s 50m breast en route to taking the SF #1 title.
The 23-year-old chopped three one-hundredths off the national mark he set in Match 5, clocking a time of 1:50.27 in Semi-Final 1.
The women’s 4x100m freestyle relay at this semifinal #1 of the International Swimming League (ISL) just put up the fastest time in history.
Kaylee McKeown busted out a new Australian national and Oceanic record with a monster 58.11 100 backstroke tonight in Brisbane.
After breaking two 13-14 NAG Records in October, Diehl turned 15. At the U.S. Open on Friday he showed that he is still on a roll, posting a 55.46 100m back.
Tom Shield’s U.S. Open Meet Record was set back in 2013 at 51.65. Today in Huntsville, Auburn graduate Luis Martinez broke that record by .15 seconds.
16-year old Claire Curzan is now the 3rd-fastest American of all time in the 100 fly at any age, behind only a pair of Olympic gold medalists.
Joining Lilly King’s 100 breast, four other swimmers and two relays remain unbeaten in the ISL across 2 seasons of competition.
Olivia Smoliga of the Cali Condors has been knocking on the doors of World Records all season long. Will they finally go down in the ISL playoffs?
Ryan Murphy of the LA Current will get a chance to shine in the men’s backstroke skins, as selected by his team for match #10, day 2.
Dressel took over two-tenths off of Lochte’s 2012 record, becoming the #2 performer in history.
Josh Chen of the Ames Cyclones has been on a tear since sanctioned racing re-started post quarantine, including a new Iowa LSC Record this weekend.
Weitzeil shattered the previous record of 51.63 set by Mallory Comerford in 2018.