The 2022 Russian Solidarity Games continued in Kazan, with Mariia Kameneva, Anna Surkova and Kirill Prigoda highlighting the night’s events.
Former world record holder Anton Chupkov put up an eye-catching performance in the men’s 200m breast on day 1 of the Russian Solidarity Games.
Reigning two-time world champion Yuliya Efimova will face Evgeniia Chikunova, the #1 swimmer in the world this season, in the women’s 200 breast final.
Kliment Kolesnikov now ranks 13th all-time in the men’s 100 backstroke.
Josh Matheny, who broke the Championships Record in the 200 breast, was 1.05% faster than Daniel Roy, the 2017 winner of the event.
El croata Franko Grgic ha arrebatado el récord del mundo junior al australiano Mack Horton con un tiempo de 14:46.09, frente a los 14:51.55 de Horton.
The United States won five of the eleven finals on the last night of competition in Budapest, bringing their total to 18 gold medals.
Watch some of the racing from Day Three of 2019 World Junior Championships, thanks to James Foster who is in Budapest this week.
Durante la segunda jornada de este mundial junior se han rebajado sendos récords de los campeonatos en 100 espalda masculino, 800 libre femenino y 4×100…
Italy’s Thomas Ceccon steps up for the 50 back today after winning the 100 back title in a new Championship Record last night.
Budapest, Mondiali Junior batterie Day3: Avanti Costanza Cocconcelli, Helena Biasibetti, Benedetta Pilato, Thomas Ceccon, Erika Gaetani.
After the 50 breast came down to three tenths, gold medalist Benedetta Pilato and Kayla van der Merwe (pictured) are side-by-side in the 100 this morning.
USA’s Luca Urlando is the top seed in the 200 meter freestyle final at World Junior Championships. Carson Foster is the 2nd seed.
Mondiali Juniores Budapest: Thomas Ceccon si laurea Campione Del Mondo Juniores Nei 100Do e fissa il nuovo Record dei Campionati e Record Italiano Jr
18-year-old Thomas Ceccon is the king of the men’s 100m backstroke, winning the World Junior Championships title in a new meet record of 53.46.