Chad Le Clos reflected on his week of racing after completing the fly triple for the second straight Championships.
Chloe Tutton clocked 1:04.79 for a new British Record in the women’s 100 breaststroke.
Robert Glinta qualified 8th for the men’s 200 back final in a new Romanian Record.
2016 SHORT COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS December 6th – December 11th, 2016 Windsor, Ontario, Canada WFCU Centre SCM (25m) Prelims: 9:30…
Hungary’s David Foldhazi, the sixth seed coming into the men’s 200 back, is our only major scratch for the morning, but we will still see Australia’s Mitch Larkin (pictured) take on the event.
Hungarian iron lady Katinka Hosszu pushed her team to 6 total golds, tacking on another to their count after winning tonight’s 200 IM.
Max Litchfield broke the British Record in the 400 IM in 4:00.66 to win silver.
Penny Oleksiak (above) and her Canadian teammate smashed the Canadian 4×200 free relay record in 7:33.89, missing the World Record by just over a second.
Day five finals are jam-packed with action, starting with the men’s 4x50m medley relay. After that the women will contest the 200m IM final before Chad le Clos gets a crack at another title in the men’s 50m butterfly.
Michael Andrew continues to make his mark on the international scene at the 2016 Short Course World Championships, breaking the world junior record in the 50 breaststroke for the second time in a day at Saturday night’s semifinals.
Cody Miller broke the American Record in the 50 breast semis in 26.15.
Both Russia and Belarus broke their National 4×50 medley records en route to gold and bronze medals.
Chad Le Clos’ prelim swim of 48.31 in the 100 free was actually slower than his World Record swim in the 100 fly.
Katinka Hosszu is just one of many top stars in the sport who will be in action in Windsor this morning.
The men’s 50 fly final will feature one last matchup between Team USA’s Tom Shields and South Africa’s Chad Le Clos.