Italia è a quota 3 ori e 2 bronzi a metà manifestazione eguagliando per quanto riguarda i titoli mondiali l’edizione 2017 di Budapest.
David Aubry a remporté la médaille de bronze du 800 m nage libre aux Championnats du monde 2019 en battant le record de France de plus de 4 secondes
Get hype: Kristof Milak swims the 200 fly, Caeleb Dressel swims the 100 free after going a 47.32 in prelims, and Sun Yang races for his third gold medal.
Kristof Milak ha batido el récord del mundo de Phelps en 200 mariposa, mientras que Pellegrini y Paltrinieri han ganado dos medallas de oro para Italia.
The biggest swim of the morning came from Kristof Milak of Hungary, who broke Michael Phelps’ 10-year-old World Record in the 200 butterfly.
Australia just needs 1 more medal to surpass their overall total of 10 from the 2017 edition of these World Championships.
David Aubry set a new French Record in the final of the men’s 800 freestyle, clocking a time of 7:42.08 to win the bronze medal.
Gregorio Paltrinieri set a new European Record in the men’s 800 freestyle final, becoming the sixth man sub-7:40 in 7:39.27.
Henrik Christiansen roared to a silver medal tonight in the men’s 800m free, lowering his own Norwegian and Nordic Records in the process.
Mondiali FINA Gwangju 2019: Gregorio Paltrinieri si laurea Campione del Mondo fissando anche il Record Europeo con 7:39.27!
History will once again be written tonight in Gwangju as Peaty and Pellegrini will aim to extend their world title streaks.
Adam Peaty returns for the 50 breaststroke; Ledecky and Titmus face off in the 200 free; Sun Yang and Mack Horton race the 800; Milak swims the 200 fly.
Mondiali FINA Gwangju: Le batterie del Giorno 3 sorridono agli italiani. Passano alle semifinali e finali tutti gli azzurri in gara questa mattina
Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri will aim to become just the second man ever to three-peat in the 1500 at the FINA World Championships.
Germany won its third open water team gold in the past four World Championships, edging out Italy and the United States by just tenths of a second.