Kaylee McKeown can become the first Australian Olympic champion in the women’s 200 backstroke in this morning’s finals session from Tokyo.
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.
After placing 4th in the men’s 100 butterfly semifinals, Josif Miladinov is Bulgaria’s first Olympic swimming finalist in 33 years.
Olimpiadi di Tokyo Siamo giunti al giorno 6 di semifinali e finali dei Giochi Olimpici 2020. Il nostro recap live con i risultati
Just hours after his Olympic gold medal performance in the 100 freestyle, Caeleb Dressel will be back in the water on day 6 for the men’s 100 butterfly.
After 2016, Caeleb Dressel became the heir to the Michael Phelps throne. Now, he’s looking to uphold the American butterfly legacy in Tokyo.
Destang, a Saint Lucia native out of the Bolles School Sharks, appears to be the fastest 13-year-old ever in the 50 fly.
Italian Lorenzo Galossi (pictured) heads into the semi-finals of the men’s 200 free with the top seed after clocking 1:49.27 in this morning’s prelims.
Quarto pomeriggi di semifinali e finali ai Campionati Europei juniores in corso al Foto Italico di Roma, Italia. Seguiamo insieme le gare
The 7 finals on day 3 include the men’s 100 free where Popovici has one more shot to outdo his relay leadoff time of 47.56 that set a new World Junior record.
Il terzo pomeriggio di semifinali e finali dei Campionati Europei Juniores di Roma è pronto per essere celebrato. Il nostro live recap
Great Britain’s Edward Mildred notched a 52.75 in the 100 butterfly heats to beat 50 fly champion Josif Miladonov of Bulgaria.
16-year-old David Popovici broke the World Junior record in the 100 free on a relay split Tuesday. He is the top seed in the men’s 100 free semifinal today.
Il contingente russo ai campionati europei di nuoto 2021 svetta in cima al medagliere dopo due giorni di gare a Roma. Italia terza
Russia now leads the way with 3 golds, 3 silvers, and 1 bronze which gets them ahead of Turkey’s 2 gold, 2 silver, and 1 bronze.