Tang negative split her way to a new Chinese Record of 1:54.26, including a blistering 27.95 final 50.
Hansson has been a star for the Toronto Titans this season, and her 55.26 swim in the 100 fly made her the seventh-fastest performer in history.
Wilm has come out of nowhere to be a key contributor for the LA Current, breaking Kylie Masse’s Canadian Record in the 100 back (55.94) in the process.
The 25-year-old Rivard clocked a time of 4:24.08, more than five seconds clear of her previous world record of 4:29.27 set in 2018.
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Entering the meet with a best time of 2:18.66, Bognar dropped a 2:10.62 in the women’s 200 backstroke final to win and move into sixth all-time among 13-14s.
Despite facing an incredibly busy schedule at the Summer Championships in Irvine, O’Dell delivered an amazing swim to lower Missy Franklin’s NAG from 2009.
Since the supersuit ban in 2010, no men’s relay had broken a long course world record in swimming… until last week’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
Tunisian 18-year-old Ahmed Hafnaoui put together one of the most unpredictable – and memorable – swims of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Krueger tied for 17th at Olympic Trials, missing the chance for a second swim. But his time this week would have tied him for 6th in the Trials final.
Olympic champion and world record holder Sarah Sjostrom came within .10 of her best 2019 in-season 50 fly time less than 5 months after breaking her elbow.
This week at Canadian Olympic Trials, Oleksiak crushed a 52.89 100 free, setting up for an Olympic gold defense with the #4 time in the world this year.
It’s not easy to steal the spotlight in what is arguably the busiest two weeks of swimming this year. But Australia’s Kaylee McKeown did just that.
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