The Americans won the most medals by a nation at any World Championships in history and Oleksiak became the most decorated Canadian World Champs swimmer.
Despite finishing seventh in prelims, the United States roared back to take the win in the finals of the women’s 4×100 medley relay.
An associate team physician for Cal’s athletic teams was placed on “investigatory leave” on December 15.
After winning his 3rd medal on day 7, Josh Liendo has won the most medals of any Canadian man at a single World Championships.
Despite this injury, MacNeil still helped Canada win a silver medal in the 4×100 free relay with Taylor Ruck, Penny Oleksiak, and Kayla Sanchez.
The American women were the strongest contingent on day of this meet, collecting the max number of medals and getting 4 women into day 2 finals.
Follow along with the action live as we recap the opening finals session from the 2022 World Championships in Budapest.
Kate Douglass (pictured) was put in the finals lineup over Mallory Comerford and Natalie Hinds despite being a relay rookie on the major international stage.
The biggest questions headed into the women’s 4×100 FR are who the USA will keep from prelims, and whether the Aussies have a shot at the world record.
Despite only tying for fourth at U.S. trials, Kibler is off the U.S men’s 4×100 free prelims relay and will likely be rested for finals.
After breaking the World Record in this event in Tokyo, the Australian women are bringing a brand new lineup to the World Championships.
China looks to be the team to stop the United States from claiming Tokyo redemption and winning gold in the mixed medley relay.
Sullivan is currently focused on getting back to her pre-injury speeds, aiming to get her 1500 splits back to Tokyo times.
Lilly King will play a crucial role for the American women as they aim to take down Australia in the 400 medley relay after falling shy at the Olympics.
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