Kolensikov’s performance takes down the eight-year-old world record of 22.22, set by Frenchman Florent Manaudou at the 2014 Short Course World Championships.
By breaking their respective 50-meter world records by three (+) tenths of a second, MacNeil and Sakci entered some rarefied air.
Murphy used an explosive start and dynamic underwaters to dominate the talent-stacked field, breaking his previous national and league records of 22.54.
Los 22.54 de Murphy lo ubican en el segundo lugar de todos los tiempos detrás de Florent Manaudou, quien batió el récord mundial en 2014 con 22.22.
Murphy’s time of 22.54 broke his 2018 record by .09, and moves him up from fifth to second in the all-time rankings.
Ryan Murphy clocked 22.63 to break the official American Record of 22.87.
Kolesnikov clocked 22.77 to lower his junior world record of 22.82.
Evgeny Rylov became the 2nd fastest performer of all-time with his swim in the men’s 50 back final.
Ryan Murphy tied the official American Record in the men’s 50 back semi-finals.
Evgeny Rylov broke an eight-year-old National Record in the men’s 50 back semis.
Murphy’s 22.77 would have been an American Record had it not been the lead-off leg of a mixed relay.
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Florent Manaudou of France had a tremendous year, experiencing great success at both the European Championships in Berlin and the World Short Course Championships in Doha…
Josh Schneider provided the lead-off leg on the United States’ American Record-setting relay in the 4×50 Free relay.