Athletes are getting ready for the evening sessions on day two of the 2016 Short Course World Championships in Windsor, which should feature a number of tight races.
Dylan Carter smashed the Trinidad national 200 free record by almost 2 seconds this morning to take the top seed at SC Worlds.
Tonight, we’ll crown the world champions in the men’s 400 free, 200 fly, 200 IM, and 400 free relay, as well as the women’s 200 free, 400 IM, and 400 free relay.
Wang Shun (right) clocked a faster 200m IM tonight in Tokyo than that which earned him a bronze medal in Rio.
Park Tae Hwan of Korea continues his successful post-Rio run in the pool, collecting his 3rd and 4th wins in Tokyo.
Rikako Ikee continues her sprint reign, clocking two wins tonight in Tokyo.
China swept both the men’s 4x100m medley relay and women’s 4x200m freestyle relay tonight in Tokyo, signifying their depth at the 2016 Asian Swimming Championships.
Cameron McEvoy headlines the men’s 100m freestyle final set for tonight after clocked the 3rd fastest time of prelims in Brisbane.
Chalmers vs. McEvoy in Brisbane this weekend.
In his first competition post-Rio, South Korea’s Park Tae Hwan throws down a couple of nasty freestyle times.
Korean Olympic champ Park Tae-hwan announced that he will continue his competitive swimming career beyond the Rio Olympics in an Instagram post this week.
Park Tae Hwan didn’t show for his 1500 heat at the final prelims session of the Olympics.
Japan’s Katsumi Nakamura became the first Japanese man to swim under 48 seconds in the 100 free, setting the new Japanese Record at 47.99.
Defending Olympic champion Yannick Agnel of France will not have the chance to repeat his title in the men’s 200 free in Rio after finishing 19th in heats.