Etiene Medeiros won the silver medal in the women’s 50 back Thursday evening in Kazan, Russia, breaking three national or continental records in the process.
Team Great Britain after winning the mixed 4×100 medley relay with a new World Record during finals on Day 4 of 2015 World Championships.
Thanks to Tim Binning – theswimpictures.com – for these great swimming photos.
Swimmers in Kazan are getting ready for day 3 of the 2015 FINA World Championships, with 4 individual events lined…
Etiene Medeiros of Brazil has recently burst onto the swimming scene, posting some incredible times in the 50 back.
Missy Franklin is the defending World and Olympic Champion in the 100 back, but Emily Seebohm has been consistently sub-59.
Natalie Coughlin almost earned a lifetime best in the 100 back this morning.
Josh Schneider’s 50m freestyle win added another gold to the United States’ total of 9 through four days of competition in Toronto.
Etiene Medeiros (above) rounded out day four of the Pan Am Games with a gold and silver medal.
Etiene Medeiros now holds South American records in three different events.
Canadians Caldwell and Bouchard (above) will try to set themselves up for another 1-2 finish in the 100 back; they are the top two seeds going into prelims tomorrow morning.
The Brazilian women have taken their 400 free relay to historic new heights and gone well under the old South American Record.
Natalie Coughlin snagged the women’s 50m backstroke win tonight, leaving the old American and U.S. Open records in her wake.
Junior sprinter Felipe Ribeiro de Souza continued to shine at Brazil’s Winter Junior and Senior Champs, breaking a meet record set by world record-holder Cesar Cielo on the last day of competition.
A quiet start to the Brazil Winter Junior and Senior Champs saw just one meet record fall, the 50 fly to Glauber Henrique Silva.