World Record holder Vlad Morozov becomes even more valuable in year 2 of the ISL thanks to the addition of the ultimate sprint event: the 100 IM.
As with the upcoming Konami Open, the Japanese Olympic Trials will also be offering cash prizes for broken records. But, which ones are likely to go down?
On-fire Daiya Seto will have extra incentive to give it his all at next month’s Konami Open, seeing how a quarter of a million dollars is up for grabs.
400 IM Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino is continuing to make waves in his comeback, tonight taking the men’s 200 back in Tokyo.
Teenager Kaylee McKeown is getting some solid racing done down under, taking 2 golds tonight at the Queensland Championships.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.
World University Games gold medalist Shinnosuke Ishikawa busted out the best time of his life in the men’s 100 fly, coming within .11 of the JPN Record.
19-year-old Rio Shirai busted out the fastest 200m back time of her career to take gold in Tokyo tonight at the 2019 Japanese Student Championships.
Finals include the women’s 50 free, 50 breast, 200 fly, and 400 free; the men’s 50 free and 400 IM; and the men’s and women’s 4 x 100 medley relays.
After breaking the meet record in prelims of the 100 back, Katharine Berkoff will look to pick up her first major international gold tonight.
Zach Apple enters day three finals of the 2019 World University Games as the #2 seed in the men’s 200 free after clocking 1:47.76 in the semis.
Dean Farris will look to help lead the U.S. men to gold in the 400 free relay after dropping a 47.08 relay split during the preliminaries.
Pan Pacs gold medalist Yasuhiro Koseki misses the World Championships qualifying time in the 100m breast.
Annie Lazor picked up her 2nd personal best as in many days with a 2:23.51 victory in the 200 breast on the third night of the 2019 PSS – Knoxville stop.
The Japanese women edged out China to set a new Asian Record in 1:37.35.