Let’s check back in with our Stealthy Six of David Popovici, Matt Sates, Hwang Sunwoo, Flynn Southam, Matt Richards and Jacob Whittle.
Marshall explains why Peaty has always had an affinity for long course and the first time she thought Adam could go 57 in the long course 100 breast.
Kristof Milak will have to endure a tough triple session today, racing the 100 fly final, 200 free semi-final, and 4×100 free relay final.
Kristof Milak has a busy schedule on Day 4 finals: he’ll take on a brutal triple of the 100 fly final, 200 free semis, and 4×100 free relay final.
After winning the men’s 50 fly earlier in the meet, Italy’s Thomas Ceccon, the World Record holder in the 100 back, will be eyeing Gold in the men’s 50 back.
Italian Nicolo Martinenghi is the big favorite to claim gold on home soil tonight in the men’s 100 breaststroke at the European Championships in Rome.
Milak’s anchor was the fastest rolling split of the field, and propelled Hungary to their first 4×200 European title since 1954.
After his run of five straight medals was snapped last year, David Verraszto aims to get back on top and win his fourth European title in the men’s 400 IM.
Great Britain is the favorite in the mixed freestyle relays at European Championships, but the medley is an entirely different story.
After winning the country’s first world title in a relay in June, the Italian men are poised for their first European relay crown in 10 years.
Romanian rocket David Popovici is the top man in the 100m and 200m freestyle events but there are plenty of rivals ready to take his crown.
It will be Ariarne Titmus versus Summer McIntosh tonight in the women’s 400 freestyle, both having already won two individual golds in Birmingham.
La sesta e ultima serata di nuoto dal Sandwell Aquatic Center di Birmingham, in Inghilterra. Risultati ed analisi dell’ultimo giorno
The men’s 200 IM is a pretty deep field for these Games. Scotland’s Duncan Scott is entered with a speedy 1:55.28, and he’s likely the favorite.