Beata Nelson was the top scorer of the third and final stop of the FINA World Cup circuit in Indianapolis, helping her claim the overall series title.
Siobhan Haughey posted 51.00 setting a new US Open record in the SCM 100 freestyle and earning a second Triple Crown at the 2022 FINA World Cup.
Ledecky came close to breaking the 800 free world record last week in Toronto on her 1500 split, but she made it official tonight in Indianapolis.
Dylan Carter completed his sprint trifecta with his third Triple Crown — and ninth gold medal in nine races at this year’s World Cup series — in the 50 fly.
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Summer McIntosh lowered her Canadian record in the 1500 SCM freestyle with her runner-up finish behind new world record holder Katie Ledecky.
After setting 2 world junior records in 12 minutes last night, Bella Sims takes on the 200 back/200 IM double in the final session of the 2022 FINA World Cup.
In a time trial yesterday afternoon, Alexa Reyna took down the French record in the 1500 for 17-year-olds with a time of 16:02.61
Ruta Meilutyte wrapped up her 100 breast Triple Crown with a 1:02.77 on Friday night in Indianapolis, marking her fastest time since 2014.
Ilya Kharun clocked 1:51.70 to finish third in the men’s SCM 200 fly in Indianapolis, setting his second Canadian record in two days.
The 17-year-old Sandpipers of Nevada standout broke two world junior records with just one event in between on Friday night in Indianapolis.
Siobhan Haughey aims to close out her sweep of the 200 freestyle, but faces tough competition from Katie Ledecky and a quartet of quickly rising teens.
Dylan Carter kept his World Cup hot streak going in Indianapolis, posting a personal-best time of 22.72 in the 50 backstroke to clinch another Triple Crown.
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