Louise Hansson went from almost not racing the 100 back at SC Worlds to winning the gold medal in what was one of the fastest swims in history.
Heilman is not only the fastest swimmer in 13-14 history by over a second, but is just over two-tenths shy of the 15-16 NAG in the men’s 100 fly.
Corbeau took down Max McHugh and Reece Whitley, establishing the top time in the country in the process.
The 18-year-old Cerasuolo broke a pair of WJRs in Riccione, including joining the exclusive sub-26 club in a blazing time of 25.85 in the men’s 50 breast.
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In addition to having a breakout 100 fly, Walshe also had impressive swims in the 200 free, 200 fly and 200 IM at the Tennessee Invite.
Thom de Boer anchored the Netherlands home in 20.15 as the team erased a three-second deficit to win gold and break the world record in the mixed 200 medley.
Kyle Chalmers erased the third-oldest individual world record last week, one of the many male freestyle marks that had remained since the super-suit era.
Gallant’s time appears as though it might be the fastest we’ve ever seen in the 1650 freestyle prior to the beginning of November.
The Trojan senior is off to a fast start this season after sweeping the women’s 50, 100 and 200 free events at the USC Invitational.
The Michigan freshman is off to a phenomenal start after posting the top times in three events at the SMU Classic last weekend.
Sates became the sixth-fastest swimmer in history with his swim in the 200 free, breaking the World Junior and African Records in the process.
Smith dropped more than four and a half seconds to beat Daiya Seto and help the NY Breakers finish third over Tokyo in the ISL’s Play-In Match.
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