The Canadians are one of the teams in the lead. Late in the twist and got his entry wrong. What a start for the defending champ, 93.50. All. It ended up being a battle for silver between the USA (7:01.96) and Russia (7:01.81). Michael Andrew has been known for his proficiency in the all four 50s, but he tells us that he’s now shifting his focus to the 200 IM. Another defending champion is Evgeny Rylov, the heavy favorite in the men’s 200 back. We’re on to day 6 finals at the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju. Manuel is just the 2nd woman to repeat as champion in this race. He wants that medal that won't go to China. Full results and medalists from the 2019 World Swimming Championships in Gwangju, South Korea … Men’s 400m Freestyle Gold: Sun Yang (CHN) — 3:42.44 A cool 13 points clear of Yang Hao in the end. 106.20 points. The switch was made after Keeney’s usual partner Domonic Bedggood was forced to pull out yesterday. “We’re both good divers and Matt is so talented he can change his technique to dive with anyone so I’m very blessed to be diving with him. Forward 3.5 somersaults pike for the Brits, 3.1 degree of difficulty. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images), Francois Imbeau-Dulac and Jennifer Abel of Canada compete in the Mixed 3m Synchro Springboard Final during day nine of the Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships at Nambu International Aquatics Centre on July 20, 2019 in Gwangju, South Korea. The country's best swimmers, including Sun Yang, Xu Jiayu, Wang Shun, Ye Shiwen, Fu Yuanhui, Wang Jianjiahe and Li Bingjie, are all on the list. Chinese swimmer Liu Xiang celebrates after winning gold medal in women's 50m backstroke event at the 2018 Asian Games at the GBK Aquatic Stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia, August 21, 2018. Also in the mix is Kazakhstan’s Dmitriy Balandin, who won this event at the 2016 Olympics. That is incredible, there are no words! Russia’s Anton Chupkov and Yuliya Efimova seek to defend their 200 breast titles tonight. Michael Andrew has been known for his proficiency in the all four 50s, but he tells us that he’s now shifting his focus to the 200 IM. Ouch! Great Mack Horton made impressive swim. Here's Yang Jian. China and Russian beated! 2019 FINA World Championships - Gwangju, South Korea . There are another four teams tied for seventh. That 200m race was Sun's first and the 400m one was his third in a row, which he won by defeating Australia's Mack Horton and Italy's Gabriele Detti. The USA’s Jacob Pebley, who took bronze in 2017, was in the hunt for bronze as he turned for the final lap. Two years ago in Budapest, Hungary, he won two of China's three gold medals in men's 200m and 400m freestyle competitions. Tom Daley is back up with a 5172B (Forward 3.5 somersault 1 twist pike) dive, difficulty 3.6. After Australia’s Matthew Wilson tied the World Record in the 200 breast semis, we’ll see both World Record holders competing in tonight’s final. Japan’s Ryosukie Irie, a multi-time World and olympic medalist in this event, picked up a 5th place finish in 1:56.52 behind Poland’s Radoslaw Kawecki (1:56.37). The first two hold the most hope for golds. Stunning from Yang Jian, 96.90, and he's 11 points clear of Yang Hao, who's 23 points clear of South Korea's Woo Ha-ram.
That was an incredible final. He's the first to score 100-plus for a dive. Australia’s Emma McKeon was the 4th woman in, clocking a 52.75 ahead of Canadian teenage phenom Taylor Ruck (53.03). Caeleb Dressel topped the semis again, just 3 hundredths short of his American Record in 21.18. That took down Missy Franklin’s former mark of 2:04.06 from her Olympic performance in 2012, making Smith the first woman to ever break 2:04. When The Turn Matter: The Gwangju Men’s 1500 Free Style Podium Analysis shows that this details made a lot of difference and decide the winner. Smith knocked almost 3 seconds off her lifetime best, blowing away the World Record in 2:03.35. Teammate Maggie MacNeil, the 100 fly champion here, was 14th through semis in 26.28. It'll put them into third for now, but Carter and Keeney are still to dive and the silver medallists from 2017 could be out of the medals. “This is the very first time we’ve either trained or competed so we’ve exceeded all expectations," she told Olympic Channel after.
The teams will dive in an order randomly drawn before the start. There will be no Chinese clean sweep in the diving events. Aleksandr Krasnykh outsplit Zach Apple by over half a second on the 3rd leg, and while Townley Haas had the faster anchor leg for the USA, the Russians still came out ahead for silver. That's not bad. Four group winners have received a bye to the quarter-finals, with the four teams finishing bottom of their pools going into the 13th–16th classification round. We’re on to day 6 finals at the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju. This is a straight fight between Yang Hao and Yang Jian for gold now, it appears.
And Yang Hao takes full advantage. Among the injured were athletes from the US, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Italy and Brazil. He’ll return to the pool shortly for semifinals of the 50 free. Congratulations to Canada's No. Can Daley sign off with a good dive? Two more artistic swimming finals today, too, and we're just underway in the Mixed Duet Free final. © 2020 Swim Swam Partners, LLC. Le Clos used his front end speed to take 2nd in heat 1 with a 51.40 behind Milak. He will be participating in men's 200m and 400m medley for individual events. Also in that 200 back will be the USA’s Olympic Champion Ryan Murphy, who is chasing his first individual medal of the meet. The last time it was done was in 1975 when East Germany’s Kornelia Ender earned back-to-back titles. | Privacy SettingsDo Not Sell My Personal Information, More 2019 FINA World Aquatics Championships, 365 Olympic A Cuts Were Achieved During the 2019 World Championships, When The Turn Matters: The Gwangju Men’s 1500 Free Style Podium Analysis, Michael Andrew Continues to Experiment with Weights, Will Turn Focus to 200 IM, Watch Team USA’s World Record Mixed 4 x 100 Free Relay From Under Water, Still Cool A Week Later: Watch Dressel’s 49.66 100 Butterfly From Under Water, Caeleb Dressel et Sarah Sjostrom nommés meilleurs athlètes des Mondiaux 2019, Championnats du monde 2019 : Résumé jour 8, Championnats du monde 2019 : Résumé jour 7, Share 2019 FINA World Championships: Day 6 Finals Live Recap on Facebook, Tweet 2019 FINA World Championships: Day 6 Finals Live Recap, Submit 2019 FINA World Championships: Day 6 Finals Live Recap to Reddit, Share 2019 FINA World Championships: Day 6 Finals Live Recap on Pinterest, Share 2019 FINA World Championships: Day 6 Finals Live Recap on LinkedIn, Russia Tops EYOF Medal Table As Action Concludes In Baku, 2019 FINA World Aquatics Championships: Day 7 Preview, Julie Woody Has a Breakthrough with Olympic Trials Cut at Savannah Time Trials, Hamilton Clocks First Olympic Trials Cuts with 25.7/55.1 at Last Minute Meet, 7 Services Your Team Can Use to Stay in Touch While You’re Remote, Loggerhead Time Trial: Harris Smashes Best with Video of Swim for NCAA Coaches, Bachman and Bradley Develop Guide to Help Clubs through Coronavirus Adversity, 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, 2017 Defending World Champion: Emily Seebohm (Australia), 2:05.68, World Record: Cesar Cielo (Brazil), 2009, 20.91, World Championships Record: Cesar Cielo (Brazil), 2009, 20.91, World Record: Rikke Moller Pedersen (Denmark), 2013, 2:19.11, World Championships Record: Rikke Moller Pedersen (Denmark), 2013, 2:19.11, World Record: Aaron Peirsol (USA), 2009, 1:51.92, World Championships Record: Aaron Peirsol (USA), 2009, 1:51.92, World Junior Record: Rikako Ikee (Japan), 2017, 25.33, World Record: United States (Phelps, Berens, Walters, Lochte), 2009, 6:58.55, World Junior Record: Hungary (Marton, Milak, Hollo, Nemeth), 2017, 7:10.95, World Championships Record: United States (Phelps, Berens, Walters, Lochte), 2009, 6:58.55, 2017 Defending World Champions: Great Britain (Milne, Grainger, Scott, Guy), 7:01.70.
Oh, he could! Australia pulled themselves into the lead on the 3rd leg, however, as Alexander Graham split a 1:45.05. Wow, China are really unstoppable. The Australian refused to stand alongside or would not be pictured with new world champion Sun. 1 diver Jenny Abel for sealing her second medal of Gwangju 2019 alongside Francois Imbeau-Dulac. He closed in 31.89 to blow by the field en route to a 2:06.12 World Record. Not to be for Daley, but can Yang Hao overhaul his colleague Yang Jian? /VCG Photo. Those killed were both South Korean. The 100 fly record is also in danger of being taken down by Hungary’s Kristof Milak, who smashed Phelps’ 200 fly World Record to win gold earlier in the meet.
The city had previously hosted the 2015 Summer Universiade aquatics events in the same venues.
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