Here are all the videos we could find for the 42 medal finals and the 9 World Records from the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.
The Irvine Novaquatics boys nabbed three 13-14 National Age Group relay records on the final day of the SCS Junior Olympics.
Swimming lead-off on the women’s 400 medley relay at the 2019 FINA World Championships, Regan Smith clocked a new World Record in the women’s 100 backstroke.
Simone Manuel had the quickest anchor leg of the field at 51.86 to bring home the World Record in the 4×100 medley relay for Team USA.
At the conclusion of the competition, the United States brings home the most medals overall with 14 gold, 8 silver, and 5 bronze (27 total).
Vladimir Morozov anchored in 47.02 as the Russian men set a new National Record in the 400 medley relay. They won bronze in a time of 3:28.81.
Federica Pellegrini split 52.53 as the Italian women broke their National Record in the 400 medley relay to place fourth in 3:56.50.
Duncan Scott produced the second-fastest 100 free split in history to help the British men win gold and set a new European Record in the 400 medley relay.
Maggie MacNeil had the fastest butterfly split in the field (55.56) as Canada set a new National Record in the women’s 400 medley relay.
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