At the conclusion of the competition, the United States brings home the most medals overall with 14 gold, 8 silver, and 5 bronze (27 total).
Mondiali FINA Gwangju 2019: Il Recap Complete dei risultati dell’ultima sessione di finali che ha regalato per l’oralia ancora medaglie ed emozioni
Even without Olympians Hagino and Ikee, Japan has improved in the medal table from 2017 to 2019. They won no golds in 2017, while Seto won them 2 golds here.
Federica Pellegrini, nella sua ultima gara in un Campionato Mondiale FINA conduce la staffetta 4×100 misti femminile al Record Italiano.
Japan’s 25-year-old Daiya Seto just became his nation’s first-ever 200m/400m IM double World Champion tonight in Gwangju.
Lewis Clareburt snags the 400m IM bronze in a new Kiwi National Record, with the teen now having dropped 6 seconds in this event in just a year.
Sarah Sjostrom will be going for her 17th-overall world championships medal when she races in the final of the 50 free tonight.
Nell’ultimo giorno di batterie l’unico risultato positivo viene ottenuto dalla staff 4×100 misti donne, che si qualifica per Tokyo e vola in finale
Katinka Hosszu will look to set herself up for a fourth consecutive world championship win in the 400 IM during the final preliminary session.
Arjan Knipping set a new Dutch National Record in the men’s 400 IM prelims, qualifying second overall for the final in a time of 4:13.46
Chase Kalisz, the third-fastest performer in history, will not have a shot at a medal in the 400 IM after missing the final Sunday morning.
Katinka Hosszu will be on her way to becoming the first woman to be undefeated in both IM events for 4 consecutive LC Worlds meets.
Without butterfly, Michael Phelps’ last remaining World Record is the 400 IM, set at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in 4:03.84.
Daiya Seto already took the men’s 200m IM here in Gwangju and will be gunning for gold in the 400m IM as well, making history along the way.