Durante esta penúltima jornada de competición se han batido dos récords de los campeonatos y un récord del mundo júnior.
Thomas Ceccon of Italy won the 50 butterfly final on Day 5 of 2019 World Junior Championships in Budapest.
Aussie Lani Pallister will be chasing down a distance sweep while countrywoman Bronte Job is just 0.02s off the 50 back championship record.
50 fly gold medalist Torri Huske will be competing in the semi-finals of the 100 fly on Saturday night in Budapest.
Budapest 2019: Nelle Batterie del Day5 passano il turno Helena Biasibetti, Stefano Nicetto, Costanza Cocconcelli e la staffetta 4×100 stile femminile
Saturday’s preliminary session features 6 rounds of prelims swims, plus the slow-seeded heats of the women’s 1500 free.
En una jornada marcada nuevamente por triunfos de una delegación de Estados Unidos que ya es récord, la española Vázquez logra su segundo podio mundialista
We’re down to the penultimate morning of the 2019 World Junior Championships. Here are the storylines to watch for this morning:
Kayla van der Merwe and Evgenia Chikunova’s 100 breast along with USA’s David Curtiss’ 50 free all could eclipse more championship records tonight.
Josh Matheny won the men’s 200 breast with a new Championships Record of 2:09.40 on Day 4. His gold helped keep USA on top of the medal table.
Watch some of the racing from Day Three of 2019 World Junior Championships, thanks to James Foster who is in Budapest this week.
Russia’s Andrei Minakov is the top seed heading into the men’s 100 fly final on Day 3 of the 2019 FINA World Junior Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
David Curtiss hit his first-ever sub-22 second 50m freestyle at just 17 years of age, becoming just the 3rd American in his age group ever to do so.
Young talent is storming on the scene as 16-year-olds Gretchen Walsh, Brit Kayla van der Merwe, and Belarusian Anastasiya Shkurdai hold top seeds tonight.
Italy’s Thomas Ceccon steps up for the 50 back today after winning the 100 back title in a new Championship Record last night.