Two world records fell today in Berlin, but several other swimmers also notched national records on the day.
Watch the American men win the 4x100m medley relay in Budapest, as well as insane splits from Adam Peaty of the UK (breast), Vlad Morozov of Russia (free), and Dominik Kozma of Hungary (free).
Kozma had a slew of great swims this week to do Hungary proud.
It was a different experience being able to swim in front of her home crowd, and Katinka Hosszu said, “I am happy that a lot of kids came to the event. I hope I have impacted their life and inspire them.”
Check out the live recap for day 6 prelims in Budapest.
Nathan Adrian will make his individual debut in Budapest at day 4 prelims in the 100 free.
Mireia Belmonte scored the silver tonight in the women’s 1500 free, looking better than she ever has before.
Several World Record holders will compete in their respective events tonight, including Great Britain’s Adam Peaty in his signature 100 breast.
Katinka Hosszu’s swims weren’t the most impressive from Team Hungary today in Budapest.
We’re just one day away from the 2017 FINA World Championships, and the battle between the USA and Great Britain in the 800 free relay is one of the most anticipated relay races of the meet.
After missing the final in the men’s 400 free relay in 2015, the USA is one of the major medal threats for gold at the 2017 FINA World Championships.
Yesterday Hungary’s David Verraszto crushed a time of 4:07.47 to take the men’s 400m IM, but Japan’s Daiya Seto had other plans for the sprint IM tonight in Rome.
Ungarn hat ein vorläufiges Team für die Weltmeisterschafte im eigenen Land in Budapest im Juli benannt, nachdem die nationalen Meisterschaften…
Hungary has announced their current roster for the 2017 World Championships following the conclusion of their national championships.
Hosszu’s strongest performance of the night came in the 200 IM, where she blasted a 2:09.38 to win gold and become the fastest performer in the world this year.