Zac Stubblety-Cook aims to become Australia’s first world champion in the men’s 200 breaststroke, and he has a great chance to do it in world record fashion.
Brazil showed off its depth as all four swimmers – Fernando Scheffer, Vinicius Assuncao, Murilo Sartori, and Breno Correia – dipped under the 1:47 mark.
One of the moments we’ve been most highly anticipating at these World Championships came earlier than expected.
With Matt Richards being off his best times and Duncan Scott being diagnosed with Covid, can the Brits still repeat their Tokyo win in the 4×200?
The first day of the 94th Ohio Valley Championships is in the books, and Indiana’s Mac Looze came out of day 1 with a pair of wins.
Louisville grad Andrej Barna swam the 100 freestyle going a 49.21. Barna finished ninth in the event at the Tokyo Olympics representing Serbia.
Ohio State’s Amy Fulmer won two events on night two in Indy as the Big Ten women from Indiana, Ohio State, and Michigan combined to win all of the events.
Exactly one month out from the heats of the World Championship 100 breaststroke, Annie Lazor threw down her third-fastest time ever in the event.
Fourteen Tokyo Olympians, including Bruno Fratus, were selected for Brazil’s thirty-strong World Championship contingent.
Balduccini, who qualified for Brazil’s Olympic team on the 4×100 free relay last summer when she was just 16, clocked a massive new personal best of 1:59.45.
The Texas Longhorns will be swimming for their second-straight title in the 400 medley relay, but on a new night in the schedule.
The UVA women need a strong showing tonight to hold off NC State in a session that promises to be full of thrilling racing.
With one day of racing to go, the NC State men are in the driver’s seat, while the women are trying to close the gap against UVA.
The NC State men are on pace to easily reclaim their conference championships, while the UVA women are hunting for more records tonight.