USA’s Katie Ledecky will compete in the finals of both the 200 free and a new Olympic event, the women’s 1500 free, on Wednesday morning in Tokyo.
Last night was full of historical finishes and upsets across 4 finals and 3 semifinals. Check out the biggest swimming headlines from day 3 of Tokyo 2020.
We saw youngsters step up on Day 3, including 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby, 16-year-old David Popovici, and Aussie superstar Kaylee Mckeown
Day 3 witnessed the fastest Olympic 100 back final in history where Evgeny Rylov and Kliment Kolesnikov won gold and silver for the Russian Olympic Committee.
Programma intenso quello delle batterie del day 4 che si apre con i 100 metri stile libero maschili e si chiude con gli 800 maschili
Day 4 will feature Caeleb Dressel’s first individual event of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the 100 free where he is .05 off Cesar Cielo’s World Record.
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker will try to dethrone defending champion Lilly King (USA) in the women’s 100 breast final on Tuesday morning.
United States 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby pulled off a come-from-behind win for the ages in the women’s 100 breast, touching first in 1:04.95.
Tom Dean broke the British Record in the men’s 200 freestyle final to become the country’s first-ever Olympic medalist in the event.
16-year-old phenom David Popovici finished in 4th place in the men’s 200m free at the Olympic Games, registering a new European Junor Record.
È martedì mattina a Tokyo e all’Aquatics Cetre è tutto pronto per la terza sessione di finali dei giochi olimpici estivi del 2020
It’s a clash of titans in the women’s 100 back final, with former world record-holders Kylie Masse & Regan Smith taking on world record-holder Kaylee McKeown.
Did you miss Sunday night’s action in Tokyo? Have no fear, SwimSwam has all the biggest swimming headlines from the second Olympic finals session for you.
Olimpiadi: questa notte si assegneranno le medaglie in quattro gare individuali. La sessione vedrà italiani in due finali e tre semifinali.