Katinka Hosszu will go for her first gold medal of these championships in the women’s 200 IM.
Felix Auboeck and Marwan El Kamash tied for 16th in the men’s 200 freestyle.
Lanza took a sizeable lead in the 200 IM as he took gold in 2:03.31. Lanza then won another gold in Meet Record time with his 53.07 in the 100 fly.
The 2017 British Summer Championships kick-off on Tuesday, July 25th.
“I’m happy with that swim because it wasn’t perfect,” says British speedster Ben Proud of his 50m butterfly semi-final in Budapest.
After analyzing trends in men’s world rankings over the last six years, we now turn our attention to the trends in women’s world rankings from 2011 to 2016, as researched by Robin Pla*.
Defending 200 free world champ James Guy will be back in the pool in the heats of his best event on day 2.
Katie Ledecky will race for gold and try to upend her own world record in the 400 free tonight.
Sans sister C1, Bronte Campbell fired off a monster 52.14 split on her nation’s 4×100 freestyle relay to help secure silver in Budapest.
Caeleb Dressel broke two American Records on day 1 in Budapest.
Arguably the biggest storyline from the continent of Africa on day 1 was one that didn’t happen: Olympic champ Cameron van der Burgh elected to scratch the 100 breaststroke prior to heats, taking out what was very likely the continent’s biggest medal threat of the first two days.
Both the Aussies and Italians were DQed for false starts in the final of the men’s 400 free relay.
Adam Peaty now owns the ten fastest swims in the history of the men’s 100 breaststroke.
Katie Ledecky re-broke her World Championship Record with a showing of 3:58.34 in the women’s 400 free.
With her 55.96 in heats and 55.77 in semi-finals, Sweden’s Sarah Sjöström now owns the top 10 times in history for the 100 meter butterfly.