USA’s Caeleb Dressel, the 3rd-fastest performer of all time, will race in the final of a men’s 100 free that took 47.82 to qualify for.
Confident American Lilly King will open her 2020 Olympic campaign on Sunday in women’s 100 breaststroke, beginning her quest to defend 2016 gold.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu has a chance to win a record sixth consecutive title in the women’s 200 IM on Day 6 in Budapest.
Heiko Gigler (above) set a new Austrian Record in the 50 free during a swim-off heat on Saturday. The man he beat – Andrej Barna – set a Serbian Record.
Adam Peaty is in the hunt for a fourth straight title – and maybe a world record – in the men’s 100 breaststroke on Day 2 in Budapest.
Katinka Hosszu will look to reclaim the European title in the women’s 400 IM after winning three straight golds in 2012, 2014 and 2016.
Femke Heemskerk anchored the Netherlands home in 51.99 on the women’s 400 free relay, marking the second sub-52 split of her career.
Five of the eight finalists in the men’s 400 free relay broke their respective National Record.
A host of nations downed their respective national records mark in the prelims of the 4×100 free relays, including two records from Ireand
Coincidentally, 48.58 is exactly what it took to place 16th in prelims of the 100 free and make it through to semifinals at the 2016 Olympics.
King used her speed to get out to an early lead in the race, splitting 1:07.71 on the first 100, while Lazor touched in 1:09.68 at the halfway mark.
Andrew Wilson posted the top time in the men’s 200 breast on the final day of competition at 2020 U.S. Open Chamionships.
Zach Harting, fresh off competing in the ISL this season, is scheduled to race the 200 fly this morning, where he holds the top seed.
U.S. Open record-holder Kathleen Baker will go after a 200 IM this morning, hoping to jump to the top of the U.S. ranks for the season.
At this point, NC State looks like to be a lock for their 6th-straight team title, but there’s still plenty of great racing ahead of us this evening.