British swimmer Adam Peaty broke Cameron Van Der Burgh’s world record with a time of 26.62 in the 50m breaststroke.
Jeanette Ottesen took down Sarah Sjostrom in the women’s 100m fly final 56.51 to 56.52. The two touched almost identically, but it was Ottesen winning by a fraction of a second.
Rikke Pedersen was under 2:20 again in the 200m breaststroke to secure a win here in Berlin with a swift time of 2:19.84. She was over two body-lengths ahead of the rest of the field at the touch.
Florent Manaudou of France was the only swimmer under 48 seconds in the 100m freestyle final as he took home gold in the blue ribbon event.