Luca Dotto, the 2011 Worlds silver medalist in the 50 free, topped his newest countrymate and domestsic competitor, Santo Condorelli.
Santo Condorelli swam his first races as he begins his transition to Italian sporting citizenship.
Sjöström took the 50 free and 100 fly in Bergen.
That’s just off her season best of 52.77, done just last week at the Stockholm Open.
Florian Wellbrock broke his second German National Record of the meet in the men’s 800 freestyle.
Danas Rapsys moved to #1 in the world with his 1:45.12 in the men’s 200 free.
Jérémy Stravius of Amiens won the 100 fly (53.04) and the 50 free (22.87) on the third and final day of competition in Sarcelles.
Marco Koch of Germany won a largely uncontested 200 breast.
Mie-Oe. Nielsen of Denmark was among the international swimmers winning events on Day 1 of the 2018 FFN Golden Tour Camille-Muffat in Sarcelles.
Denmark’s Pernille Blum will be among those racing at the “Meeting FFN Golden Tour Camille-Muffat Étape 2” at the Centre Aquatique Christiane et Guy Canzano in Sarcelles this weekend.
Jaz Carlin of Wales won the 400 free (4:13.86) to kick off the final evening of racing at the “Meeting International de Nice FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat” on Sunday.
With the exception of the 50/200 free double by Charlotte Bonnet, the foreign contingent provided much of the excitement on Day 2 of the “Meeting International de Nice FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat.”
Heading into the 2017 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Great Britain’s Adam Peaty still seems to be head and shoulders above the rest in the men’s 100 breast.
Erik Persson took down another Swedish record tonight, this time in the 100 breast.
The day has finally arrived, the 2016 Olympic Games will commence in the pool, beginning a week-long mix of triumph and heartbreak depicting the raw emotion of sport displayed exclusively at the Olympics.