American sprint star Caeleb Dressel broke his first individual long course World Record in the 100 butterfly, with a time of 49.50.
Anton Chupkov stormed home to overtake Australian Matthew Wilson and win the men’s 200 breast World title in a world record of 2:06.12.
Mack Horton threw down the fastest split in the field on the anchor leg to lead Australia to gold and a new Commonwealth Record in the 800 free relay.
Duncan Scott took bronze here in the 200m free individually, but just became the first Briton ever under 1:45 with his 4×2 relay lead-off stunner.
Marie Wattel broke the French National Record in the semi-finals of the women’s 50 fly, putting up a time of 25.56 to lower the previous mark of 25.63.
17-year-old Andrei Minakov became the first Russian man to break 51 seconds in the 100 fly, clocking 50.94 in the semi-finals at the World Championships.
Yang Jaehoon broke the South Korean National Record in the men’s 50 freestyle heats in a time of 22.26, placing 19th overall.
Watch from underwater as Caeleb Dressel destroys his own American Record and becomes the fastest man ever in a textile suit to swim the 100 meter freestyle.
In the finals of the men’s 100 freestyle Thursday, Caeleb Dressel nearly took down Cesar Cielo’s legendary 100 freestyle World Record, touching in 46.96,
On Sunday, Adam Peaty became the first man to break 57 seconds in the 100 breaststroke. Could a swimmer be capable of a similar performance in another event?
Australian Matthew Wilson equalled Ippei Watanabe’s 200 breaststroke world record in the semi-finals at the 2019 World Championships in a time of 2:06.67.
Winners include: Daiya Seto, 200 IM; Olivia Smoliga, 50 back; Caeleb Dressel, 100 free; Boglarka Kapas, 200 fly; and Australia, women’s 4 x 200 free relay.
Erika Fairweather fired off a new New Zealand Age Record for 15-year-olds while leading off her nation’s 10th place-finishing 4x200m free relay.
Hungarian teenager Kristof Milak wowed the world last night in Gwangju, producing a 1:50.73 World Record in the men’s 200m fly. Hear from the man himself.
Arno Kamminga lowered his own Dutch National Record while competing in tonight’s 200m breaststroke semi-finals in Gwangju.