Everything you need for a quick refresher on what went down over eight days of swimming in Tokyo’s Olympic Aquatics Centre.
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Two Olympic records and one World record went down on day six of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Read on for more of the day’s biggest swimming headlines.
Michael Andrew was first at the 150, yet Wang Shun threw down a 27.37 free split to win the title. Andrew split 30.69 on free to place 5th after 24.21 fly.
After placing 4th in the men’s 100 butterfly semifinals, Josif Miladinov is Bulgaria’s first Olympic swimming finalist in 33 years.
El chino Wang Shun se ha proclamado campeón olímpico en 200 estilo combinado, con un tiempo de 1:55.00 logra un nuevo récord asiático.
Watch the race videos from 6th finals session where Tatjana Schoenmaker took charge of the 200 breast field to win gold and break the World Record
Siobhan Haughey of Hong Kong earned her second silver medal of the Games on Saturday, propelling her country to the 12th spot on the medal table.
Reigning World Champion Daiya Seto of Japan will contest the men’s 200 individual medley final on Day 6 of the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games.
Jeremy Desplanches set a new Swiss Record of 1:56.17 in the final of the 200 IM at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He touched third for his first Olympic medal.
2016 Olympic bronze medalist Wang Shun returned in Tokyo to take gold in the 200 IM with a 1:55.00, taking out Kosuke Hagino’s Asian record.
British swimmer Duncan Scott earned his 2nd individual silver meal here in Tokyo, capturing a British record in the men’s 200m IM.
The 20-year-old blasted a time of 50.76 to take almost four tenths of a second off his Swiss National Record set last December.
Tonight’s finals lineup: the women’s 200 breaststroke, men’s 200 backstroke, women’s 100 freestyle, and the men’s 200 IM.
Matti Mattson (above) broke his Finnish National Record in the 200 breast to win bronze (2:07.13). This is Finland’s first Olympic swimming medal since 1996,