Today will mark yet another women’s backstroke thriller, as we’ll get to see Australian Kaylee McKeown and Canada’s Kylie Masse go head-to-head in the 50 bk.
Andrew Jeffcoat’s victory in the men’s 50m backstroke here in Birmingham helped New Zealand maintain its position as #2 in the swimming medal table.
Quinto giorno dei Giochi del Commonwealth 2022. A Birmingham (GBR) sono terminate le batterie di qualifica. Tutti i risultati
After making a statement in last night’s semi of the men’s 100 free, Kyle Chalmers has his eyes on gold and potentially the world’s top time in the final.
Javier Acevedo (above) is now the first Canadian under 25.00 in the 50 back while New Zealand’s Jeffcoat cracked his own national record to win gold.
Quarto giorno di semifinali e finali ai Giochi del Commonwealth. L’analisi delle prestazioni e tutti i risultati della quarta sessione
After a statement swim and Games record in the men’s 100 free semis, Kyle Chalmers heads into the 100 free final as the man to beat on Day 4 of Comm Games.
Follow along to get a live recap of day three finals action at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which will feature stars like Adam Peaty and Kylie Masse.
La terza giornata di finali e semifinali dei Giochi del Commonwealth ha visto protagonisti Chalmers e McKeon Risultati completi
Adam Peaty comes into the men’s 100 breast final as the favorite in his return from injury at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
On day three of Commonwealth Games, the heats of the men’s 200 fly, women’s 200 breast, men’s 50 back. women’s 50 fly. and men’s 100 free will be contested.
Emma McKeon is the top seed for the women’s 100 fly, setting up an exciting duel between her and Maggie MacNeil on Day 2 of Commonwealth Games.
Ariarne Titmus will be eyeing her first Commonwealth title in the women’s 200 freestyle on Friday after settling for silver four years ago.
Ten events are on tap for the first swimming session of the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Friday, including Ariarne Titmus in the women’s 200 free heats.
Having won a medal in the event at the Tokyo Olympics and the last two World Championships, Luke Greenbank is the favorite for gold in the men’s 200 back.