It won’t be a path without obstacles, but Dutch woman Kira Toussaint could grab double gold in Glasgow in women’s backstroke.
Get hype: Kristof Milak swims the 200 fly, Caeleb Dressel swims the 100 free after going a 47.32 in prelims, and Sun Yang races for his third gold medal.
The session includes a 200 fly swim-off, the prelims of the women’s 50 back, men’s 100 free, men’s 200 IM, women’s 200 fly, and the mixed 400 medley relay.
Michigan man Felix Aubock and fellow national record holder Caroline Pilhatsch are among the Austrian aquatic athletes headed to Gwangju.
Catch all the action on day 1 of the Setti Colli Trophy, with Adam Peaty, Kira Toussaint, Michael Andrew, Gabriele Detti, Pernille Blume and more.
Adam Peaty took the top spot in the men’s 100m breast, while American Michael Andrew nailed a Sette Colli Meet Record on day 1 heats.
Watch Felipe Lima’s meet record of 26.79 in the 50 breast, as well as the other quarterfinal races from the Speed Tournament at Mare Nostrum – Monaco.
Yuliya Efimova will compete in both the women’s 50 and 200 breast finals on the final night of action at the Mare Nostrum stop in Monaco.
An impressive 4 Austrian National Records were wiped out on night 1 of the 2019 Graz Trophy.
The 2019 ATUS Graz Trophy kicks off on Friday in Graz, Austria, where the nation’s swimmers will have one last chance to qualify for the World Championships this summer.
Wellbrock was less than ten seconds off of his German record in this event.
Sjöström is entered in the 50 and 200 free and the 50 and 100 fly this weekend in Norway.
Busting out the 2nd fastest time in the world this season in the women’s 200m freestyle, Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom kicked off her Nordic Tour campaign breathing fire. She would also go on to win the women’s 100m fly and 50m free in commanding fashion.
2019 FFN GOLDEN TOUR CAMILLE MUFFAT – NICE Friday, February 8-Sunday, February 10, 2019 Prelims 8:30am GMT+1 (2:30am EST/11:30pm PST); finals 4pm…
While Smoliga earned the most gold medals of any competitor, Team USA’s Kelsi Dahlia leaves Hangzhou with 9 medals total, 7 of which are gold.