China’s Fu posted the 6th fastest swim in history in the women’s 50 back prelims.
Nathan Adrian will make his individual debut in Budapest at day 4 prelims in the 100 free.
Several World Record holders will compete in their respective events tonight, including Great Britain’s Adam Peaty in his signature 100 breast.
Kylie Masse tied the 2nd fastest swim in history in the women’s 100 back, clocking 58.18.
Katinka Hosszu will go for her first gold medal of these championships in the women’s 200 IM.
Defending 200 free world champ James Guy will be back in the pool in the heats of his best event on day 2.
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Lilly King will be the leg that divides the U.S. from the Australians in the women’s 400 medley relay.
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Sarah Sjöström has shimmied her way right up to world records in the 50 and 100 free this year, on top of already being a threat to her own 50 and 100 fly WRs.
Get a glimpse into the dryland efforts undertaken by the World Championships squad in this 3-minute video.
Kylie Masse and Kathleen Baker have had a meteoric rise to the top of the women’s 100 back over the last few years.
Ning Zetao will now train under Aussie coach Matt Brown, the former coach of Emily Seebohm.
Ning Zetao has been left off China’s preliminary World Championship roster.
A shortlist of 5 aquatic athletes, including Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling, were among the honorees on Forbes Magazine’s latest ’30 Under 30′ for the Asian continent.