WATCH: Race Videos From The 2016 FINA World Cup – Tokyo


Multiple records fell at the Tokyo stop of the 2016 FINA World Cup Series, including a 50 breast World Record courtesy of Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson. After narrowly missing the recorrd last week, she brought it down this time with her winning time of 28.64.

We also saw several Junior World Records fall in Tokyo. Japan’s Rikako Ikee was responsible for 3 of those records in front of the home crowd. She first knocked down the 100 fly record on day 1 before going on to set the mark in the 100 IM and 50 fly on day 2.

Australian Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers lowered his own Junior World Record in the 100 free, bring home the gold ahead of Russia’s Vlad Morozov.

Check out the action below, where we’ve included all of the race videos that have been uploaded to FINA’s YouTube channel. Some of the race videos haven’t been uploaded, but we’ll update with the videos as soon as they’re posted by FINA.

Women’s 50 Breast:

Men’s 100 Free:

Women’s 50 Fly:

Women’s 100 IM:

Women’s 100 Fly:

Women’s 200 Free:

Women’s 200 Fly:

Women’s 50 Back:

Women’s 100 Back:

Women’s 200 IM:

Men’s 50 Free:

Men’s 200 Free:

Men’s 50 Fly:

Men’s 100 Fly:

Men’s 200 Fly:

Men’s 100 Back:

Men’s 200 Back:

Men’s 100 Breast:

Men’s 100 IM:

Men’s 200 IM:

Men’s 400 IM:


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