Hungary’s #IronLady, Katinka Hosszu, already scored one World Record on the very first day of the 2015 European Short Course Championships in prelims.
Katinka Hosszu wasted no time making her presence known, breaking a world record in her first swim
Jazmin Carlin (Great Britain) has reduced her 2015 Worlds schedule to contest just the 800m and 400m freestyle events.
Katie Ledecky is the undisputed favourite in this event and it does not appear that she will be challenged in the slightest.
Ever since defeating defending champion and heavy favourite Rebecca Adlington on her home soil, Ledecky has been in control of the event.
With Katie Ledecky all but guaranteed a gold medal in this event, the race will be between Mireia Belmonte Garcia, Jazmin Carlin, and Lauren Boyle for the silver medal.
Nathan Adrian, Natalie Coughlin, and Anthony Ervin will join the Europeans at the Marseille stage of FFN’s Golden Tour this weekend.
Federica Pellegrini will get an opportunity to flex her muscles in her trademark race, the 200 freestyle. She will face plenty of competition including Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Sweden’s Sarah Sjoestroem along the way though.
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The British Gas National Championships wrapped up Tuesday night. Things look bright for the British as the summer long course season rolls on.
Day 5 of British Nationals was highlighted by new national records and a slew of exciting finals.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu will build upon her performance on day one in Herning, Denmark. (Photo: UAE Swimming)
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Katie Ledecky breaks her third 15-16 National Age Group record at the 2013 World Championship Trials. (Photo Credit: Janna Schulze/SwimSwam.com)
“Jazmin Carlin started the evening’s qualifying events in an exciting fashion posting a world’s best time in the 800 freestyle winning the event in a time of 8:18.58. ” (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)