Aussie Zac Stubblety-Cook is keeping the good times rolling in Brisbane, adding the 100m gold to his dynamite 200m breast performance from last night.
Visiting Japanese swimmer Yui Ohashi turned heads in Brisbane, clocking a winning 400m IM time of 4:32.57 at QLD Championships.
Australian Matt Wilson made waves with a temporary World Record in Gwangju, but now it’s Zac Stubblety-Cook who is moving on up the 200m breast food chain.
After Australia’s Matthew Wilson tied the World Record in 200 breast semis, we’ll see both WR holders (Wilson and Japan’s Watanabe) in the final.
Gwangju: Il sesto pomeriggio ha riservato tantissime sorprese. Tre Record del Mondo ed un Record Italiano ad epilogo di una giornata storica.
En una jornada marcada por el retorno de Katie Ledecky tras unos días de baja, Caeleb Dressel se ha convertido en el nadador más rápido con bañador textil.
Team USA’s Chase Kalisz swims his first individual final of the meet tonight as he competes for back-to-back 200 IM titles.
L’Australien Matthew Wilson a égalé le record du monde du 200 m brasse d’Ippei Watanabe en demi-finale des Championnats du monde 2019
Australian Matthew Wilson equalled Ippei Watanabe’s 200 breaststroke world record in the semi-finals at the 2019 World Championships in a time of 2:06.67.
The men’s 200 breast holds the fastest performers in history with the defending World champ (Chupkov) and world record holder (Watanabe) in contention.
Cate Campbell, Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon and more put together one of the fastest 100 free finals in history tonight in Brisbane.
The penultimate night of competition at the Aussie World Trials brought additional World Championships-worthy swimmers into the fold.
Cate and Bronte Campbell enter the scene at the 2019 Aussie World Swimming Trails in Brisbane, taking on the 100m free on day 5.
Check out how the Aussies fared on night 1 of the 2019 World Trials, where the best of the best are vying for World Championships roster spots.
The 2019 Australian World Swimming Trials kicked off tonight in Brisbane, with the nation’s best vying for spots on the roster for next month’s main event.