The 2019 World Championships are over, and now that we’ve had time to digest the results, we can reflect on the accomplishments of the top male swimmers.
Catch up on the biggest stories from one of the craziest weeks in swimming history.
The next two weeks should mostly solidify the U.S. National Team. We run down the current top 6 in each event – the times to beat at U.S. Nationals this week.
Joan Lluis Pons ha sido 4º en la final de 400 estilos del mundial de Gwangju, batiendo su propio récord de España de los Juegos Olímpicos de Rio con 4:13.30.
El prodigio estadounidense Regan Smith ha batido el récord mundial de los 100 espalda, además de Estados Unidos batir el récord mundial de los 4×100 estilos.
The Team USA women earned three golds on the final night, including two World Records in one race in the 4×100 medley relay.
Japan’s Daiya Seto, the 200 IM champion and 200 fly silver medalist at this meet, is the man to beat in tonight’s 400 IM final.
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Lewis Clareburt snags the 400m IM bronze in a new Kiwi National Record, with the teen now having dropped 6 seconds in this event in just a year.
Nell’ultimo giorno di batterie l’unico risultato positivo viene ottenuto dalla staff 4×100 misti donne, che si qualifica per Tokyo e vola in finale
Katinka Hosszu will look to set herself up for a fourth consecutive world championship win in the 400 IM during the final preliminary session.
Arjan Knipping set a new Dutch National Record in the men’s 400 IM prelims, qualifying second overall for the final in a time of 4:13.46
Chase Kalisz, the third-fastest performer in history, will not have a shot at a medal in the 400 IM after missing the final Sunday morning.
Chase Kalisz is the 2016 Olympic silver medalist and defending World Champion in this event, while Seto is the World and Olympic bronze medalist.
In 2015, Lilly King finished with a silver medal in the 100 breast at WUGs. Her time? A respectable 1:06.93. Things changed in 2016, though.