31-year-old Holly Barratt of Australia became the 7th fastest 50m flyer ever with her gold medal win in Singapore last night.
After hitting his first sub-48 second freestyle in over a year last week, Vlad Morozov has a taste for speed and notched 47.88 to take another World Cup gold.
Despite running into travel difficulties that almost sidelined the entire Hong Kong squad, Stephanie Au clinched a new National Record in the 100m back.
Rockingham’s Holly Barratt busted out the fastest 50 fly time of her career in 25.31 to rank 7th ever in the event as well as notch a new Aussie Record.
Quah Jing Wen busted out a new 200 fly national record for Singapore while competing on her home turf during today’s World Cup.
Wang Hsing Hao of Taiwan won the bronze medal in the 2IM at this year’s World University Games, but upgraded to an Olympic A cut at the Hong Kong Open.
Tom Shields split 50.40, with a reaction time of .05, on the butterfly leg of the 400 medley relay at Pan Ams. USA broke the Pan Am record by 2.43 seconds.
Cam Auerbach went a full second faster than his best flat-start time in the 100 fly as Dynamo took down the NAG record for 17-18 boys in the 400 medley relay
Aussie Cate Campbell produced a World Cup Record in the 100m free competing on the final night in Jinan, clocking a time faster than her silver in Gwangju.
Events include the women’s and men’s 200 free, the women’s and men’s 200 breast, the women’s and men’s 100 back, and the women’s 4×200 free relay.
Paige Kuwata (14), Katie Grimes (13), Audrey Yu (14), and Arabella Sims (14) took a five-second bite out of the 4×200 free relay NAG record on Friday.
Will Licon broke 2:08 for the first time in his career in the final of the men’s 200 breaststroke for a new Pan Am Games Record of 2:07.62.
Teagan O’Dell from Chino Hills Aquatics has taken down one of Missy Franklin’s oldest National Age Group Records, which had stood since 2008.
Annie Lazor of the United States set a new Pan Am Games Record in the final of the women’s 200 breaststroke, clocking 2:21.40.
El Salvador’s Celine Marquez was one of the national record breakers during day 3 prelims of the 2019 Pan American Games.