Russia’s Vlad Morozov won the men’s 50m freestyle here in Glasgow and will be looking to get the edge on teammate Vladislav Grinev for the 50/100 double.
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A strong Russian squad, led by Oleg Kostin, Aleksandr Popkov, and Alexander Kudashev are all threats to win gold in the men’s butterfly events.
Anastasia Fesikova (above) defended her Russian title in the 50 back, while Oleg Kostin took out the Russian Record in the 50 fly.
It’s been a record spree in Kazan, and three more national records fell on the fourth day of Russia’s Short Course Championships.
Wang Shun led a 1-2 Chinese punch in the men’s 200m IM, clocking 1:56.25 with teammate Qin Haiyang also speedy in 1:56.79.
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Résumé de la seconde journée des Championnats du monde 2019 à Gwangju. Katinka Hosszu remporte son 4e titre mondial consécutif sur 200 m 4 nages
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty made history last night as the first man to ever break 57 in the 100 breast semis. Tonight, he may lower his World Record further.
Caeleb Dressel produced the second-fastest swim in history in the final of the men’s 50 fly, winning gold in a time of 22.35.
Though the session went by without a new World Record, night two of finals in Gwangju was thrilling. Winners include Peaty, MacNeil, Dressel, and Hosszu.
La canadiense Maggie MacNeil destronó a Sarah Sjöström para llevarse el oro en los 100 mariposa femeninos, siendo la segunda más rápida de todos los tiempos.
Day two of Worlds saw some serious highs for North Americans, but also highlighted a trend we’re seeing so far in the United States’ swims.
Oleg Kostin set a new Russian Record en route to winning silver in the men’s 50 fly, posting a time of 22.70 to improve on his old mark of 22.74.