James Guy, the fastest qualifier from this morning’s heats and the British National Record holder in this event, will look to pick up a victory in tonight’s 100 fly final.
After scaring the 100 back American record Saturday, Smith had even more in store for the 200 Sunday.
Kathleen Baker holds the NCAA and American records at 1:47.30.
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Kathleen Baker won the 200 back by over a body length Saturday night, becoming the 3rd woman ever under 1:48, breaking the American record in 1:47.30.
Beata Nelson is the top seed heading into finals with a 1:49.33.
Two-time silver medalist from Rio, Jazz Carlin of Great Britain, is still chasing Joanne Jackson’s 400 freestyle national record mark of 4:00.79 set back in 2009.
Kylie Masse won the first Canadian gold medal at the FINA World Aquatics Championships since 2007.
With that, she took .02 off the former World Record of 58.12 set by Great Britain’s Gemma Spofforth at the 2009 World Championships.
The rivalry between Lilly King and Yuliya Efimova is set to reach it’s climax tomorrow in the women’s 100 breast final.
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.
Kylie Masse and Kathleen Baker have had a meteoric rise to the top of the women’s 100 back over the last few years.
Kylie Masse will look to lower her Canadian Record once again tonight after a blistering 58.42 this morning in the women’s 100 back.