The United States won five of the eleven finals on the last night of competition in Budapest, bringing their total to 18 gold medals.
USA’s Gianluca Urlando is the top seed in the men’s 200 fly on Sunday night in Budapest. He will be gunning for the World Junior Record
Maxine Parker of USA shaved off an additional 0.21 seconds and moved up two spots to become the second fastest 17-18 50m freestyler of all-time.
Walsh took nine hundredths off of SImone Manuel’s 15-16 NAG record in the 50 free, which was set in 2013 at the World Championships.
Can Luca Urlando take down Kristof Milak’s Championships Record of 1:53.87 and World Junior Record of 1:53.79 in Sunday night’s 200 fly final? Stay tuned
Durante esta penúltima jornada de competición se han batido dos récords de los campeonatos y un récord del mundo júnior.
Thomas Ceccon of Italy won the 50 butterfly final on Day 5 of 2019 World Junior Championships in Budapest.
Two new countries made their appearance on the medals table as both Bulgaria and France earned bronze medals on Saturday.
USA’s Maxine Parker jumped to number six in history for 17-18 girls in the 50-meter freestyle with her 24.96 semi-final performance in Budapest.
Aussie Lani Pallister will be chasing down a distance sweep while countrywoman Bronte Job is just 0.02s off the 50 back championship record.
50 fly gold medalist Torri Huske will be competing in the semi-finals of the 100 fly on Saturday night in Budapest.
Budapest 2019: Nelle Batterie del Day5 passano il turno Helena Biasibetti, Stefano Nicetto, Costanza Cocconcelli e la staffetta 4×100 stile femminile
Saturday’s preliminary session features 6 rounds of prelims swims, plus the slow-seeded heats of the women’s 1500 free.
We’re down to the penultimate morning of the 2019 World Junior Championships. Here are the storylines to watch for this morning:
Watch some of the racing from Day Three of 2019 World Junior Championships, thanks to James Foster who is in Budapest this week.