In almost 30 years, seven world records have been set in Monte Carlo, Canet and Barcelona, with Sweden’s Therese Alshammar the last to do so in 2007.
Katinka Hosszu became the female swimmer with the most medals in the history of the European Championships, now owning 24 of them dating back to 2008.
No one has won more medals in individual events at the European Championships than Hungarian Laszlo Cseh: 18.
The United States owns nine of the 10 longest Olympic winning streaks in individual events.
Katie Ledecky “only” needs to win two individual events in Tokyo to move to #2 all-time in individual golds.
The men’s 400 and 1500 freestyle are two of the events with the longest Olympic gold medal draught for the United States.
After his recent performance at British Trials, Peaty now owns six of the 10 fastest back-halfs in history in the men’s 100 breaststroke.
Shoma Sato (pictured) is the latest in a long line of dominant Japanese swimmers in the men’s 200 breast.
After qualifying for this summer’s Olympics in the women’s 200 free, Italian legend Federica Pellegrini joins an exclusive club of athletes.
Ryan Murphy was one of three swimmers to win both the Olympic and NCAA titles in the same event in 2016, doing so in the men’s 100 and 200 backstroke.
Katie Ledecky swam a time of 8:13.64 in the 800 free at the San Antonio PSS, which happens to be both the 22nd fastest time of her career and of all-time.
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