Day 4 Finals, best day of racing yet! We saw a huge world record, a couple defending champs regain their titles, and a come from behind surprise at the end
Denys Kesyl broke a 17-year-old Ukrainian Record in the final of the men’s 200 fly, placing fifth overall in a time of 1:54.79.
Con un tiempo de 1:50.73, el húngaro de 19 años ha hecho historia al romper uno de los récords mundiales más antiguos, en posesión de Michael Phelps.
Mondiali FINA Gwangju: L’ungherese Kristof Milak cancella il record di Michael Phelps nei 200 metri farfalla 1:50.73. Burdisso Record Italiano
History will once again be written tonight in Gwangju as Peaty and Pellegrini will aim to extend their world title streaks.
After posting a 1:52.9 in the semifinals of the 200 fly, Hungarian Kristof Milak is slowly moving towards breaking the 2009 supersuit world record.
The 2nd day of swimming at the 2019 FINA World Championships is in the books, and with it came lots of memorable moments.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu topped the 200 IM and became the first woman to win four consecutive world titles in one event.
Aussie Emma McKeon says she’s stronger than ever and is ready to tackle a monster schedule at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju.
Our series counts down the supersuited world records most and least likely to be broken. We wrap up with Tier 1: the records that are probably going to fall.
Two-time World champ and Olympic silver medalist Chase Kalisz has signed with MP – the swimming product and swimwear brand launched by Michael Phelps.
200 and 400 IM defending World Champion, Chase Kalisz, is more than prepared for 2019 World Champs. How fast will he swim in Korea?
We’re counting down the remaining super-suited world records from least to most breakable. Today: Tier 3 – the longshots.
The men’s 100 meter butterfly is Caeleb Dressel’s event to lose. This season, Dressel has already been faster than he was in all of 2018 with a 50.36.