The Official SwimSwam 2019 World Championships Preview Index

2019 FINA WORLD AQUATICS CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • All sports: Friday, July 12 – Sunday, July 28, 2019
  • Pool swimming: Sunday, July 21 – Sunday, July 28, 2019
  • The Nambu University Municipal Aquatics Center, Gwangju, Korea
  • Meet site
  • FinaTV Live Stream
  • Live results

Stay up to date on all of our event-by-event previews for the 2019 World Championships here, with links out to each preview, plus a running compilation of medalists updated daily.

Bookmark this page and return to it to make sure you don’t miss any previews. And the comment section of this post makes a great forum to post your own overall predictions and give your hot takes on our picks.

Below are charts of our predicted medalists in all events. (You may occasionally get a sneak preview of our medal picks for a preview not yet published!). Click on the event to open a tab with that event’s full preview post. We’ve also got a live-updating medal table that should track gold, silver, bronze and overall medals for each nation based on our predictions.

Women’s Events

Men’s Events

Mixed Events

Projected Medal Table (Based Only on Events Already Previewed)

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Swimswam Fanbase
1 year ago

Our lord and savior will make the Tokyo team in the 100 back

Nswim
Reply to  Swimswam Fanbase
1 year ago

Yes but Schooling will beat his time in practice afterwards

Swimswam Darlings
Reply to  Nswim
1 year ago

51.7 will be a steep time to beat

Swimswam Darlings
Reply to  Nswim
1 year ago

But Dean will be dragsuited to ensure a fair race and Luca will beat Schooling in the Olympics

Ragnar
Reply to  Swimswam Darlings
1 year ago

Let’s see his 100 back tapered at nationals first, really think the 100 &/or 200 free is his ticket to Paris, and honestly I want Grevers to get the 2 spot after his rough 2016 and how he’s come back as strong as ever(he’s our last link to 2008 along with Schmitt!)

Ragnar
Reply to  Ragnar
1 year ago

And Adrian of course

tea rex
Reply to  Ragnar
1 year ago

And Lochte

Ragnar
Reply to  tea rex
1 year ago

Fingers crossed

Michael Schwartz
Reply to  Swimswam Darlings
1 year ago

Unlikely that Luca will beat Schooling at the Olympics, but that’s only because I think Luca will make it in the 200 fly, but not the 100 fly and Schooling won’t race the 200 fly.

running start to touch backstroke flags
Reply to  Swimswam Fanbase
1 year ago

uh, a ghost impregnated a human and a human was made from a rib. Literally. Science ftw. and science leads the 100 back…

Ragnar

^ in Jim gaffigan voice- “he’s weird”

Lane 8
Reply to  Swimswam Fanbase
1 year ago

nah, that short course time doesn’t necessarily convert to long course really well. He’s probably going to get 5th or something

anonymous
1 year ago

Is Efimova swimming the 200 Breast at worlds? I thought she had gotten third at nationals

Admin
Reply to  anonymous
1 year ago

We don’t know for certain yet, but all indications out of the Russian camp is that she will.

anonymous
Reply to  Braden Keith
1 year ago

thanks for the clarification!

Rusfed
Reply to  anonymous
1 year ago

Yes, she will

Carlos Torres
Reply to  anonymous
1 year ago

I still wish Annie Lazor was there, but it’ll still be fun to watch a race between King and Efimova

Tia
Reply to  anonymous
1 year ago

It is confirmed by head coach

SwimmerJ
1 year ago

There’s a mixed 4 X 200?

Old Man Chalmers
Reply to  SwimmerJ
1 year ago
Ragnar
Reply to  Old Man Chalmers
1 year ago

Beach water polo sounds phenomenal

Stefan
Reply to  Ragnar
1 year ago

Quicksand water polo is the real deal though. 😉

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