Joseph Schooling successfully defended his 100 fly title at the Asian Games with a new meet record of 51.04.
Joseph Schooling will look to defend his 100 fly title on day 4 of the Asian Games in Jakarta.
Joseph Schooling of Singapore and Dmitriy Balandin of Kazakhstan, both reigning Olympic champions, will take on their fellow Asian swimmers tomorrow in Jakarta.
Remember when Joseph Schooling rocked the world with his 100m fly gold in Rio? He’ll try to reproduce a similar monster swim in Jakarta next week competing in the Asian Games.
In other action, Sun Yang tied for 3rd in the 100 free.
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15-year-old Wang Jianjiahe has been exploding onto the scene this year, and she continued that rise by beating one of China’s other young rising stars – Li Bingjie – head-to-head in the 1500 free on day 1 of China’s National Championships and Asian Games Selection meet.
Conger is now the 5th fastest American ever in this event. With his time tonight, he moves one spot ahead of Olympian Tom Shields.
Nathan Adrian, who holds series records in the 50 and 100 free, will be competing at this weekend’s Pro Swim Series stop in Austin.
While competing on day 2 of the final stop of this year’s World Cup Series, Chinese teen Li Zhuhao fired off a new World Junior Record in the 100m butterfly.
21-year-old Liu Xiang crushed a new Chinese and Asian record in the women’s 50m freestyle, surpassing the old mark set way back in 1994.
Wang Shun followed up his 400m IM victory in Tianjin with a 200m IM win on night 6, while Ning Zetao established himself as the top seed in the men’s 50m freestyle heading into tomorrow night’s final.
Japan’s Nao Horomura threw down a 1:53.90 to win the WUG title and narrowly miss the Junior world record of 1:53.79, set by Hungarian Kristof Milak.
The penultimate day of competition at the 2017 FINA World Championships is now in the books, and the Hong Kong squad is celebrating a new milestone.
Avec 49s86, Caeleb DRESSEL devient le 3e nageur au monde à passer la barre des 50 secondes, à quatre centièmes des 49s82 de Michael PHELPS.