Chad Le Clos (RSA) narrowly beat American Thomas Shields at the finish with a time of 49.41, defeating Shields by just .04 seconds. Le Clos also went on to win the Men’s 200m IM.
Cate Campbell (AUS) made it 3 straight gold medals for her after finishing with a time of 51.59. Campbell’s sister Bronte finished 3rd in the event to earn the bronze medal.
Eugene Godsoe (USA) finished with a winning time of 50.15, beating 2nd place Hurley (AUS) by just .09 seconds. Fellow American Thomas Shields finished in 3rd place.
Alia Atkinson (JAM) dominated the field with a time of 1:03.81, beating second place swimmer Sophie Allen (GBR) by nearly 2 seconds. Atkinson competed in the 2008 Olympics in the 200 Breaststroke.
Vladimir Morozov (RUS) won with a time of 45.88. Morozov led from start to finish and never looked to be in any real danger of losing his lead. American Anthony Ervin finished 6th.
Alicia Coutts (AUS) beats Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN) with a World Cup record at 55.30 seconds in the Women’s 200m Butter Stroke.
Eugene Godsoe (USA) gets his second win this season (winning earlier in Singapore) at 49.87, beating Robert Hurley (AUS) by .05 seconds.
Cate Campbell (AUS) won with a time of 51.67, beating 2nd place swimmer Sarah Sjoestroem (SWE) by .47 seconds.
World Cup leader Katinka Hosszu (HUN) continued her reign of dominance, finishing with a winning time of 56.58 over 2nd place Alicia Coutts (AUS). Coutts was leading at the 75m mark but a late push from Hosszu won the race.
25 year old Eugene Godsoe (USA) won with a time of 50.21, beating 2nd place Hurley (AUS) by just .09 seconds. This is Godsoe’s first win in this WC season.
Alia Atkinson (JAM) finished with a winning time of 1:03.48, her 3rd best time this season. Swimmer Mio Motegi (JPN) finished 2nd in the event.
American Anthony Ervin finished with a time of 46.48, losing only to swimmer Vladimir Morozov (RUS). Morozov finished with a winning time of 45.67.
Swimmer Daryna Zevina (UKR) finished with a time of 57.48, beating Katinka Hosszu by just .01 seconds to take victory in the event.
Thomas Shields (USA)won with a time of 48.80, beating 2nd place swimmer Chad Le Clos (RSA) by .25 seconds. Shields also won yesterday’s 100m Backstroke.
Thomas Shields (USA) won with a time of 50.23, just narrowly beating Robert Hurley (AUS) by .06 seconds. Shields was trailing most of the race but began to make his final push for victory in the last 25m.
Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) won with a time of 56.74, easily beating swimmers Li Tao (SIN) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN). Gray suffered a shoulder injury earlier this year but has looked impressive so far this season.
Alia Atkinson (JAM) finished the breaststroke with a winning time of 1:03.38. Atkinson looked to be making a run at the world record at the halfway mark but lost speed in her final 25m.
Anthony Ervin (USA) finished with a time of 46.64, losing only to swimmer Vladimir Morozov (RUS). Morozov finished with a winning time of 45.94.
Alia Atkinson (JAM) beats the world record holder Katinka Hosszu (HUN) by .10 seconds in the Women’s 100m Individual Medley with a time of 58.45 seconds.
Chad Le Clos (RSA) holds off Thomas Shields (USA) by just .02 seconds to wins his third Men’s 100m Butterfly stroke this season.
In the women’s 100m Freestyle Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) gets the win at 52.48 seconds beating Frederike Heemskrek (NED) by .31 seconds.
Kenneth To (AUS) holds off Vladimir Morozov (RUS), who had won the last two races, by .12 seconds to win the Men’s 100m individual medley at 51.64 seconds.
Robert Hurley (AUS) who has won the first three races now settles for second behind Thomas Shields (USA), by .20 seconds. At 50.15 seconds Shields gets his first World Cup win.
Alia Atkinson (JAM) claims her second 100m Breaststroke win of the season. She now has two 50m wins and currently ranks 6th.
16 year old Ruta Meilutyte (LIU) gets her second win of the day (50m breast), beating the current world record holder Katinka Hosszu (HUN) by .18 seconds at the end with a time of 58.57 seconds.
Yesterday Chad le Clos (RSA) won the 200m and today he wins the 100m Butterfly stroke, and again besting American Thomas Shields by .40 seconds, posting a time of 49.32 seconds.
Vladimir Morozov (RUS) gets his second win of the day (100m free) for the home crowd, finishing at 51.61, beating Kenneth To (AUS) by .22 seconds in the Men’s individual medley.
The former long course world holder, Sarah Sjoestroem (SWE) picks up three wins for the day (200m free, 50m free), her biggest by .65 seconds over Li Tao (SIN), posting a time of 57.04 seconds.
Ruta Meilutyte (LIT), who set two breast stroke world records at the World Championships this year, now claims the 100m short course record as well at 1:03.36, going .10 seconds faster.
In the non-Diamond League Men’s 100m race, the World’s fastest man, Usain Bolt of Jamaica, gets it done in 9.80 seconds, just .10 faster than Michael Rodgers (USA) who posted his season’s best.
In the last women’s 100m race of the 2013 season, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) gets the win at 10.72 seconds and claims both the 200m and 100m Diamond.
In the final men’s 100m race of the Diamond League season, Jamacian Usain Bolt ran a slow, 9.90, Nickel Ashmeade was 2nd. Though he finished 3rd today, Justin Gatlin’s three wins this season allowed him to claim the overall Diamond League title.
In an open field, Kerron Stewart (JAM) gets the win at 11.24, her first of the season, barely beating Alexandria Anderson (USA) by .01.
In women’s 4x100m, with the absence of American stars Carmelita Jeter and Allyson Felix, Team USA had to fight hard for second (as France was DQ’d), coming in 1.46 seconds behind the Jamaican team at 41.29.
During the final day of the 2013 IAAF World Championships, Usain Bolt helped to power Team Jamaica to another title, finishing the Men’s 4x100m relay with a time of 37.36, .30 seconds faster than Team USA.
Olympic and defending World Champ Sally Pearson (AUS) bouncing back from injury was .06 seconds behind 21 year old Brianna Rollins (USA). Rollins became the youngest ever 100m hurdles world champ at 12.44.
In the women’s 100m, two time Olympic champ Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) gets the win at 10.71. She’s now a two time champ (2009, 2013) as Carmelita Jeter (USA) took 3rd, .23 seconds back.
As if there was any doubt, world Record holder, Usain Bolt (JAM), after being disqualified last time with a false start, gets it right today, beating Justin Gatlin (USA) by .08 seconds at 9.77.
Olympic gold medalist Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) won with a time of 51.28 over fellow country woman Femke Heemskerk. Kromowidjojo won gold in the 100m freestyle at the 2012 olympics.
Thomas Shields (USA) finished with a time of 49.01, beating out favorites Chad Le Clos (RSA) and Steffen Deibler (GER). Shields was the silver medalist in last year’s World Championships in Istanbul.
Usain Bolt (JAM) runs a 10.07 in his heat to qualify for the Semi-Finals tomorrow.
In the Men’s 100m Butterfly Stroke, it wasn’t until the final meters that world champ Chad Le Clos (RSA) took the lead and the win over Thomas Shields (USA) by .24 seconds to claim the win at 49.08.
In the Women’s 100m Freestyle, the Olympic and World Champ Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) gets the win for the home crowd at 51.54, .45 seconds faster than Emma McKeon (AUS).
In the Men’s 100m Back Stroke, Australia gets the sweep as Ashley Delaney and Robert Hurley tie at 50.42 seconds. Their teammate Mitchell Larkin took 3rd, .11 seconds back.
In the Men’s 100m Freestyle, the newly crowned World Champ gets the win at 45.60 seconds, beating Vladimir Morozov by .04 seconds.
In the Men’s 100m Butterfly, Olympic silver medalist Chad Le Clos (RSA) becomes the world champ, after winning the 200m as well, at 51.06 by .39 seconds.
Cate Campbell (AUS) gets her best finish as she claims the world title in the Women’s 100m Freestyle by .55 seconds at 52.34. Missy Franklin (USA) took 4th.
Just as he did in Shanghai, James Magnussen (AUS) gets the win, holding off the American’s surprise 2nd place winner Jimmy Feigen and Nathan Adrian in 3rd.
Ruta Meilutyte finished with a whamming time of 1:04.42 beating out 2nd place Yuliya Efimova and 3rd place American Jessica Hardy. Meilutyte set the world for the event in yesterday’s semifinal.
Matt Grevers (USA) finished with a time of 52.93, beating out fellow American David Plummer. Newly married Grevers put his honeymoon on hold to compete at this year’s world championships.
Missy Franklin (USA) picked up her 2nd gold medal at this year’s championships. finishing the backstroke with a time of 58.42. Her time was the best time this year and the 6th fastest time in history.
Racing in the semi-final heat, Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) set a new WR in the women’s 100m Breaststroke, finishing with a time of 1:04.35. This is her first career WR and the first WR broken in 2013.
Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) picked up her 2nd career World Championship gold medal, finishing with a winning time of 56.53. American Dana Vollmer finished 3rd.
Christian Sprenger (AUS) won his 1st World Championship medal finishing with a time of 58.79. Sprenger was trailing Van Der Burgh at the 50m mark, but passed him in the final 50m for the win.
American swimmers Missy Franklin, Natalie Coughlin, Shannon Vreeland, and Megan Romano narrowly beat out the Australian team finishing with new American record time of 3:32.31.
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