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.
Italian Federica Pellegrini completed her final World championships as the 9th-most decorated swimmer with individual medals from the LC World Championships
La FINA ha nombrado a Sarah Sjostrom y Caeleb Dressel como mejor nadadora y nadador del campeonato. Dressel consiguió 8 medallas y Sjostrom 5.
American Caeleb Dressel (above) won gold in all 4 of his individual events and set an individual World Records this week in Gwangju.
Federica Pellegrini, nella sua ultima gara in un Campionato Mondiale FINA conduce la staffetta 4×100 misti femminile al Record Italiano.
Sarah Sjostrom will be going for her 17th-overall world championships medal when she races in the final of the 50 free tonight.
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.
Americans Caeleb Dressel and Regan Smith will be featured in their follow-up swims after both of their world record performances in semifinals.
The day 7 morning session will feature the prelims of the women’s 50 free, men’s 50 back, women’s 50 breast, mixed 4×100 free relay, and the men’s 1500 free.
Una jornada impresionante en la que se han batido tres récords del mundo y Rusia se ha llevado tres oros. Simone Manuel, oro y récord americano en 100 libre.
Russia surged on day 6, winning gold in the women’s 200 breaststroke, men’s 200 backstroke, and women’s 200 breaststroke, and silver in the men’s 4×200 FRR.
We suspect that a whole lot more than 8% of readers will pick Simone Manuel to win the 100 free in Tokyo after yet another gold medal performance on Friday.
Day 6 of the 2019 FINA World Champs saw 3 World Records: Caeleb Dresel, 100 fly (49.50); Regan Smith, 200 back (2:03.35); Anton Chupkov, 200 breast (2:06.12)
Both Caeleb Dressel and Sarah Sjostrom will have two swims this evening as they aim towards multiple world titles.
Australian Cate Campbell has emerged as the fastest 100 freestyler on the women’s side this meet after going multiple sub-52 splits on relays.