Now that we’ve had a couple days to digest the results of the 2019 World Championships, we can reflect on the accomplishments of the top female swimmers.
The 2019 Italian Summer Championships get underway this week, with newly-minted National Record holder Martina Carraro among those slated to race.
I Campionati Italiani di Categoria estivi rappresentano l’ultimo appuntamento stagionale. Dall’1 al 4 agosto nella fantastica cornice del Foro Italico.
Italy confirms the exponential growth of the last two years at the 2019 FINA World Championships, with 8 medals and 14 new National Records
Il Mondiale dei Record: Gwangju è il più proficuo della storia del nuoto italiano. Otto medaglie e 14 Record Nazionali stabiliti in 8 giorni di gare.
Yuliya Efimova earned 3 individual medals for Russia, the nation who just pulled down its largest World Championships medal haul to date.
Mondiali FINA 2019: Riviviamo insieme le emozioni dei giorni 6 e 7 attraverso le immagini dei fotografi presenti sul bordo vasca di Gwangju.
American Caeleb Dressel was the pick ’em favorite in all 3 of his finals on Saturday to some degree, and he delivered in each.
Estados Unidos ha dominado la 7ª jornada del mundial de Gwangju. Caeleb Dressel ha triunfado con 3 oros mientras Katie Ledecky ha ganado el 800 libre.
The USA’s Regan Smith will compete in her first ever Worlds final tonight and is the heavy favorite to win gold here after setting the World Record in semis.
Night 7 featured 6 medal finals: the women’s 50 fly, men’s 50 free, men’s 100 fly, women’s 200 back, women’s 800 free, and the mixed 4 x 100 free relay.
We all knew Day 7 was going to be a far cry from Day 6. But until yesterday, the times that were put up today would have made me need to change my pants.
Ledecky overcame a deficit to Italy’s Simona Quadarella over the final 150 of their race to win the first gold of her illness-ridden Worlds appearance.
Gli Stati Uniti trascinati da un instancabile Caeleb Dressel vincono la 4×100 stile libero mista e stabiliscono il nuovo World Record.
Simona Quadarella became the fourth-fastest swimmer in the history of the women’s 800 freestyle in the World Championship final, clocking 8:14.99.