Si è concluso il secondo giorno della Open Cup di Bielorussia a Brest, con alcuni tempi degni di nota realizzati dagli atleti in gara
Pavel Samusenko is the latest world-class Russian backstroker to emerge after dropping a second in the 2022 calendar year already.
Nicolo Martinenghi lowered his own Italian record by .02, clocking 58.26 to win gold on night 2 of the 2022 World Championships.
Caeleb Dressel has his eyes on eight medals and a repeat of four World titles next week in Budapest.
Reigning World and Olympic champion Adam Peaty is sitting out of Budapest 2022 due to an injury, leaving the path open for Kamminga to collect some gold.
Arno Kamminga is now the big favorite for gold in the men’s 100 breaststroke at the World Championships after Adam Peaty dropped out with a broken foot.
Alexander Frolov won the 50 freestyle in a 22.82, slightly out-touching Ruslan Skamaroshka, and Anton Latkin in the final heat.
Ilya Shymanovich came within a quarter-second of his best time in the men’s 50 breast semifinals before adding time in finals.
Skomoroshko came the closest to setting a Belarusian National record on day 2 with his 100 free semifinal win. He is .06 off going into the final tomorrow.
Sono iniziati in Bielorussia i Campionati open che vedono iscritti anche russi. Nel primo giorno record nei 50 rana per Alina Smushko
Belarus is ineligible for the 2022 World Aquatics Championships, but they still began their national championship meet on Tuesday.
Además de anunciar la prohibición a los atletas rusos y bielorrusos, la FINA anunció que retira el Mundial de natación en piscina corta 2022 de Kazán, Rusia.
FINA also announced that it is pulling the 2022 Short Course World Championships out of Kazan.
La squadra ISL Energy Standard ha annunciato la sospensione di tutti gli accordi con gli atleti russi e il personale di supporto