Si assegnano questa mattina le prime medaglie dei Campionati mondiali in vasca corta 2022 in corso a Melbourne. Il nostro recap live
Day 1 of 2022 Short Course Worlds kicks off with heats of the women’s 400 free, as well as the 100 back, 50 fly, 200 IM, 400 free relay, and men’s 1500 free.
China’s Li Bingjie is set up very well to repeat as champion in both the 400 and 800 free.
Scarlet Aquatics’ Eric Lee was on fire at the meet, setting five personal bests including a 3:49.91 in the 400 IM to rank t-37th all-time for 15-16 boys.
In a time trial yesterday afternoon, Alexa Reyna took down the French record in the 1500 for 17-year-olds with a time of 16:02.61
The final day of the 2022 FINA World Cup is here. Follow along for live updates on this morning’s action.
In a specific attempt to break the World Junior Record, Katie Grimes took more than three seconds off Merve Tunce’s old mark in 15:42.05.
Katie Grimes ha conquistato il record mondiale juniores nei 1500 stile libero femminili (SCM) questo pomeriggio a Indianapolis.
Charlotte Bonnet missed the French Record in the 200 IM by a hair in her second swim of the day, while Mary Moluh continued to crush age-group standards.
This week we discuss Katie Ledecky’s 1500 free (SCM) world record, the upcoming Texas-Virginia dual meet, and Adam Peaty’s new-found motivation.
At the Indy World Cup, there will be a race between Alexa Reyna and Katie Grimes in the 1500 free, as they both make an attempt at the World Junior Record.
Alexa Reyna, a distance freestyler from Badger Swim Club in Larchmont, NY, has made a verbal commitment to ASU for 2024-25.
Portugal’s Diogo Ribeiro (right) became the 100 free top seed this morning ahead of world record holder Popovici. He scratched to focus on the 50 fly final.
Turkey’s Merve Tuncel is the top seed in the girls 400 free by a massive margin. She’s entered at 4:06.25, making her the only swimmer in the field under 4:10
Lucy Thomas was part of Elmbrook’s NAG record-setting relay on Friday. Check out all A final race videos from night five of the Junior National Championships