We start our countdown of the top 100 men and the top 100 women in world-level swimming heading into the 2021 Olympic year.
Kacper Stokowski posted a lifetime best of 49.92 in the men’s 100 back to become Poland’s second-fastest man of all-time.
In addition to the breakout swim from Jakub Kraska, Jan Switkowski (above) was among the Polish National Teamers who participated in the time trial.
There have been many men who have held the title of “fastest in the pool”, but who has what it takes to hold the title at Tokyo 2021?
We’ve got 9 finals tonight, with the total medal count almost doubling on day 3. Vladimir Morozov looks for Russia’s fourth-straight men’s 50 free gold.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov is coming off earning the World Cup Series title for the men, but will he have what it takes to continue the winning trend in Glasgow?
After Australia’s Matthew Wilson tied the World Record in 200 breast semis, we’ll see both WR holders (Wilson and Japan’s Watanabe) in the final.
The Championship Record of 21.08 by Cesar Cielo is certainly in danger here… does Dressel have it in him to bust past 21 and challenge the WR?
Poland’s National Record Pawel Juraszek tested positive for a banned substance back in March, but won an appeal in order to compete in Gwangju.
24-year-old Pawel Juraszek kicked off his 2019 Polish Nationals campaign with a convincing win in the men’s 50m freestyle tonight in Olsztyn.
Katinka Hosszu pounded out the 4th fastest 200m fly time in the world tonight in Stockholm.
After her seemingly automatic 23.91 winning 50m freestyle outing from last night, Olympic champion Sarah Sjostrom was back at it on the final day of the 2019 Swim Open Stockholm.
Pawel Juraszek clocked 20.98 to win the 50 free swim-off over Jesse Puts.
World record holder Alia Atkinson will be seeking a three-peat in the women’s 100 breast.
Caeleb Dressel broke the American Record again to qualify 1st for the final in 20.51.