McCarty took 55 one-hundredths off his personal best time over the course of the day to win the 50 free at the NC State Invite in 18.80.
Chen, who will turn 18 early next week, dropped more than a second and a half to rank #6 all-time among 17-year-olds in the event.
After planning to retire and then giving birth, the 34-year-old Twichell came back with an incredible win over Ana Marcela Cunha in the women’s 10km.
Stege came from behind to claim gold in the 1500 free in a time of 16:13.59, setting a new Games Record and crushing her previous PB of 16:29.55.
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Sates won the 200 fly in a lifetime best of 1:55.44 less than 40 minutes after he topped the field in the 200 IM, doing so with a fractured wrist no less.
The 17-year-old Hungarian won both of her individual events at the SMU Classic, highlighted by her 200 free effort that’s already in NCAA ‘A’ final territory.
Sim has broken the Singaporean Record in the women’s 200 breaststroke five times in 2023, bringing it down from 2:28-high to 2:24-low in a matter of months.
Jonathan Tan, Zheng Wen Quah, Ardi Azman and Mikkel Lee combined to smash the Singaporean Record in the men’s 400 free relay by nearly two seconds in 3:14.77.
The 19-year-old has been on the rise and could be Australia’s answer on the men’s medley relay.
Wang produced one of the rare sub-29 closing splits in the boys’ 200 fly final en route to the World Junior title in a time of 1:56.22.
The 16-year-old Zhang dropped five seconds in the 400 IM with a time of 4:12.44, winning silver at World Juniors and becoming the fastest 16 & under ever.
Pearson put up a time of 1:56.84 to crush his own WCA (Western Cape) Record by nearly two seconds in the 200 fly, one of four marks he set on the weekend.
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