No less than a dozen Olympic champions in individual events will be competing at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
History tells us that while there are some outliers, the World Championships generally tend to be slower than the Olympics were one year prior.
Lilly King was on fire in 2017, setting four world records at the World Championships in Budapest.
Russian breaststroker Yuliya Efimova has medalled in all three distances three separate times at the World Championships.
While history shows that host nations typically do well at the Games, their performance in the swimming pool does not follow suit.
How fast would Katie Ledecky be in a super suit? We try to answer that question.
Every Olympics has its upsets, but would these unexpected medal winners have been the same if the Olympics had been held in 2020?
Chilean Kristel Kobrich has appeared at every LC World Championships dating back to the 2003 edition in Barcelona.
Sjostrom has broken the 24-second barrier 17 times in the women’s 50 free, accounting for more than 40 percent of the overall title in swimming history.
Katie Ledecky has set an incredible 14 individual long course world records during her career, the most of any swimmer since the super-suit ban.
Cal has taken the national championship trophy back from Texas, winning the meet with 487.5 points to the Longhorns’s 436.5 points.
Based on the scored psych sheet, Cal was projected to be in 4th at the end of Day 3. Cal currently sits in 1st heading into the final day of competition.
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