There’s been a last-minute change to the 2019 Korean World Championships Trials, as the nation’s swimming federation has been asked to move the dates and location of the event due to conflicts with preparations for this summer’s main FINA event.
Korea’s most successful swimmer of all-time, Park Tae Hwan, has been busy with his duties as an official ambassador for the 2019 World Championships taking place in his home nation. But, it’s becoming more suggestive that a role outside the pool may be all that Park will be offering in Gwangju.
The first of two national swimming trials for Korea took place over the weekend, with Asian Games swimmers Moon Jaekwon and Kim Seoyong both in the water vying for qualification times for this summer’s World University Games (Summer Universiade).
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Daiya Seto will start his hunt for a four-peat in the prelims of the men’s 400 IM.
Rapsys’ 1:40.95 broke Park Tae Hwan’s Championship Record of 1:41.03.
Chad Le Clos ended up finishing 10th in the 200 free in a time of 1:43.19.
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Mykahilo Romanchuk is arguably the favorite in the men’s 1500 at the upcoming Short Course World Championships.
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Park Tae Hwan of Korea took home 3 golds at the 2016 edition of the Short Course World Championships, but will not be competing this year in Hangzhou.
Korea’s most successful swimmer, Olympian Park Tae Hwan, accomplished his goal of collecting 5 gold medals at the 2018 Korean Nationals taking place as part of the nation’s 99th Sports Festival this week.