USA Swimming ha annunciato le 51 donne e 63 uomini per un totale di 114 atleti che formeranno il roster della squadra nazionale 2021-22.
Olympians Ryan Murphy (left) and Caeleb Dressel (right) were among the 51 women and 63 men that will make up the 2021-22 National Team roster.
Han’s time marked a lifetime best by 2 seconds, dipping under her previous best of 4:16.58, which was swum 3 weeks ago.
2 World records and 1 Olympic record went down last night. Read on for more of the biggest swimming headlines from day 7 Tokyo 2020 finals.
With Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel claiming gold medals on day 7, the US is now approaching the 30 medal mark in Tokyo.
886 out of about 900 Pick’Em voters predicted Caeleb Dressel would win the 100 fly and 788 scored points for correctly picking Kristof Milak to win silver.
Kaylee McKeown can become the first Australian Olympic champion in the women’s 200 backstroke in this morning’s finals session from Tokyo.
Simona Quadarella con il tempo di 8:18.35 va a conquistare la medaglia di bronzo olimpica alla sua prima edizione dei Giochi.
Settima sessione di finali al’Aquatic Centre di Tokyo dove questa mattina verranno assegnate le medaglie olimpiche in 4 eventi
Caeleb Dressel could swim three times tonight, chasing a 100 fly world record, a historic 50 free barrier, and the first-ever mixed medley relay Olympic gold.
World record-holders Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel lead events into today’s prelims session at the 2020 Summer Olympics, while Kaylee McKeown chases at WR.
Watch Caeleb Dressel tie another OLY record, this time in the 1FL, during Tokyo 2020 day 6 prelims and Rhyan White/Phoebe bacon go 1-2 in their 2BK heat.
After qualifying second into the women’s 800 FR Olympic final, Katie Grimes has passed Janet Evans as the No. 2 US 15-16 performer all-time.
The 21-year-old clocked 8:18.77 to qualify fifth for the Olympic final and lower her Russian Record of 8:21.86 set in May.