In addition to Arno Kamminga, Femke Heemskerk (NED) and Signe Bro (DEN) also made some waves to close out the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race.
Arno Kamminga keeps inching closer to the 2:07 barrier in the men’s 200m breast, tonight hitting 2:07.18 to make Dutch history.
24-year-old Arno Kamminga of the Netherlands has a difficult time not breaking a national record when racing, as evidenced again in Antwerp.
Check out some solid swimming from Germany’s Jessica Steiger, the Netherlands’ Kira Toussaint and more from the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race.
Dropping almost another tenth off of a lifetime best and Dutch national record in the 100m breast? Arno Kamminga doesn’t mind if he does.
Arno Kamminga nuota il tempo di 58.52 nelle batterie dei 100 metri rana ad Anversa, quinto performer all time e #1 al mondo
24-year-old Arno Kamminga of the Netherlands just lowered his own 100 breast national record, becoming the world’s 5th fastest performer ever in the process.
The 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race in Belgium represents a 2020 Olympic Games qualifying competition, which means Antonio Djakovic is likely to bring his A-game
Le finali del McCullagh International Meet hanno visto Adam Peaty abbassare il tempo delle batterie e chiudere in 58.78. Duncan Scott 48.8 nei 100 stile
Not giving a second thought to having morning finals was Olympic and World champion Adam Peaty, with the breaststroking ace throwing down as usual.
Adam Peaty, inizia la sua preparazione verso i Campionati Britannici di qualificazione olimpica al McCullagh dove nei 100 rana ha nuotato il tempo di 58.90
In case you missed it, check out the top 10 swims from the 2020 FINA Champions Series, which concluded in Beijing, China on Sunday. (pictured: Daiya Seto)
The final day of racing in Beijing will see many of the same matches from Shenzhen, including Vladimir Morozov and countrymate Andrei Minakov in the 100 Free
Here’s the top 5 races to watch at the 2020 FINA Champions Series in Beijing, featuring races like Kamminga V. Zibei (1 BR) and Yang V. Rapsys (2 FR)
Katinka Hosszu won $43,000 in Shenzhen while swimming neither of the two big-money relay events – though much of that came on three fourth-place finishes.