Anton Chupkov is becoming automatic in the men’s 200 breaststroke, notching another impressive effort in Kazan.
SUN Yang s’est emparé des titres du 200, 400, 800, et 1500 nage libre à Djakarta.
It’s been a summer loaded with swimming action, from U.S. Nationals to the European Championships to Pan Pacs to Asian Games to Junior Pan Pacs. But through all of it, you won’t see a more exciting relay race than the men’s medley at the 2018 Asian Games.
Les monopolistes complètent leurs empires : Sun Yang et Wang Jianjahe sur le demi-fond, Yasuhiro Koseki en brasse et Rikako Ikee sur 50 libre
Rikako Ikee is after her 8th medal of these Games, leading heats of the 50 free. She’s already won the 100 free, 50 fly, 100 fly, 4×100 free relay and 4×100 medley relay, and took silver in both the mixed medley relay and the 4×200 free relay.
China’s Li Bingjie will be eyeing her second title and fourth medal of the Asian Games in the women’s 400 freestyle on the final day of competition in Jakarta.
Yan Zibei broke both his Chinese and the Asian Games Record in the men’s 50 breast prelims in Jakarta.
Sun Yang is slated to raced the 1500m freestyle on the final day of the 2018 Asian Games.
Joseph SCHOOLING a gagné le 100 papillon, l’épreuve qu’il avait dominée au Brésil.
200 breast Olympic gold medalist Dmitriy Balandin looks to defend his 100 breast title against Yan Zibei, who leads the way into the final after setting a Games Record in prelims.
Japan and China are dueling for the top of the medal table, while Joseph Schooling claims first non-JPN/CHN gold.
Xu Jiayu’s scintillating 52.30 backstroke lead-off was key as China broke the Asian Record in the mixed 400 medley relay.
Yasuhiro Koseki destroyed the Asian Games Record to win the men’s 100 breast in 58.86.
Rikako IKEE a enlevé son quatrième or des Jeux Asiatiques de Djakarta sur 100 mètres papillon.