The Swedish National SC Championships rolled on today, with Sara Junevik clearing another qualification time for Glasgow.
Sweden’s national record holder the men’s 200 breast, Erik Persson, took his first victory at the National SC Championships, a qualifier for Glasgow.
Sophie Hansson made her mark on the Swedish Championships with a shiny new personal best in the women’s 100m breaststroke.
Grigory Tarasevich, one of the top backstrokers out of Russia right now, won the 50 back (25.56) to set a new meet record.
The 2019 Grand Prix Malmö will kick off this weekend for two days of competition in Malmö, Sweden, the country’s 3rd-largest city located at its southern tip.
In the 200 IM, Sjodin was 1:54.49, winning by over five seconds. He was well under the 1:55.26 qualifying standard, and was a few tenths off of his own national record in this event.
Kristof Milak will be gunning for gold in the men’s 200 fly final tonight, as he looks for her first butterfly title of the meet after missing out in the 50 and 100.
Australian Kaylee McKeown will be gunning for her first gold medal of the Youth Olympics tonight in the women’s 50 backstroke.
Italian Thomas Ceccon had an absolutely amazing performance during day 4 finals in Buenos Aires.
Rising Swedish star Sara Junevik comes into the women’s 100 fly as the #1 seed and will begin her pursuit of the sprint double after winning the 50 on day 4.
Kliment Kolesnikov will contest the event in which he holds the world record, the men’s 50 back, at day 4 finals of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Argentina.
Russian Andrei Minakov will go head-to-head with Kristof Milak in tonight’s 100 fly final at the Youth Olympic Games.
China’s Peng Xuwei comes into the women’s 200 back as the top seeds on day 3 of the Youth Olympic Games.
Sweden has picked five young athletes to represent the nation at the Youth Olympic Games this coming October.
Her 25.07 from January still stands as the world’s top time this season.