in this article, SwimSwam recognizes the best overall, breakout, relay, and junior female swimmers from this year’s world championship meet.
After a stunning performance in the 400 IM, Leon Marchand eyes the medley double in Budapest as he’s the favorite entering the final of the men’s 200 IM.
In our women’s 4×200 free relay preview, we picked the U.S. to finish fourth. However, they ended up beating the field by 2.41 seconds to take gold tonight.
Katie Ledecky (pictured) swam a time of 1:53.67, the third-fastest 200 free relay split of all time and the fastest of her career.
Despite recording the slowest split on the prelims relay, the U.S. is having Weinstein lead off, likely due to her 1:56.94 from the individual 200 free.
Prelims this morning will consist of the women’s 100 free, men’s 200 back, women’s 200 breast, men’s 200 breast, and the women’s 4×200 free relay.
The heats of the women’s 4×200 free relay concluded, and for the top four finishing teams, big lineup decisions need to be made come time for finals.
The United States, Canada, Australia, and China, the top four teams in this relay, all opted not to use full-strength lineups in the heats.
Romanian David Popovici is the big favorite to win the men’s 200 freestyle after dropping a World Junior Record of 1:44.40 in the semi-finals in Budapest.
While bronze in the 1500 free was only Pallister’s first senior international medal, it was not her first time drop in the breakout season that she’s having.
Terza giornata di semifinali e finali ai mondiali di nuoto 2022. Seguite con noi i risultati live e le analisi di questo pomeriggio.
Day 3 prelims of the 2022 World Champs will feature the men’s 50 breast, women’s 200 free, men’s 200 fly, and men’s 800 free.
Si prosegue col mondiale di vasca lunga a Budapest con la terza giornata di gare. Seguite con noi i risultati live e le analisi dettagliate.
Check out some of the highlights of Team USA’s World Championships training camp trip in Rijeka, Croatia via the Instagrams of various Team USA swimmers.
15 year-old Summer McIntosh is one of many teenagers who’ve entered the medal conversation in the women’s 200 free with the usual podium threats not racing.