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2014 World Swimming Championship: Sjostrom sets 100m Fly Record

In the Women’s 100m Butterfly stroke short course, Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) gets her second title of the championship and a World Record to boot at 54.61, breaking Diane Bui Duyet (FRA)’s 2009 one by .44 seconds.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Denmark wins 4x100m Medley

In the Women’s 4x100m Medley short course, Denmark gets the win at 3:48.86, after winning the 4x50m Free as well. Australia was second 1.45 seconds back.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Brazil wins 4x100m Medley

In the Men’s 4x100m Medley short course, Cesar Cielo Filho (BRA) chases down Ryan Lochte (USA) at the end to win the relay for Brazil at 3:21.14, beating the USA by .35 seconds.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Diebler set Record in 100m IM

In the Men’s 100m Individual Medley short course, at 50.66 seconds Markus Diebler (GER) finally takes the title and the World Record from Ryan Locthe (USA) who was third, by .05 second.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Cielo Filho wins 100m Free

In the Men’s 100m Freestyle short course, 2010 World Champ Cesar Cielo Filho (BRA) reclaims his title with a time of 45.75 seconds, chasing down Florent Manaudou (FRA), who was second, by .06 seconds.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Atkinson wins 100m Breaststroke

2014, Doha, Qatar, FINA World Swimming Championship, Alia Atkinson (JAM) wins the 100m Breaststroke, beating Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) and tying her World Record with a time of 1:02.36.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Netherlands set 4x100m Record

In the Women’s 4x100m Freestyle short course, anchored by Ranomi Kromowidjojo, the Netherland break their own record from 2008 by 1.69 seconds, setting the new record at 3:26.53. Team USA took Silver.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Hosszu sets 100m IM Record

In the Women’s 100m Individual Medley short course, Katinka Hosszu (HUN) scores her third World Record of the championship, breaking her three month old record by .16 seconds and putting the new mark at 56.70.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Heemskerk wins 100m Free

In the Women’s 100m Freestyle short course, Femke Heemskerk (NED) becomes the new World Champion with a championship record at 51.37 seconds. Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) took Silver, just .02 second behind.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Franca Silva wins 100m Breast

In the Men’s 100m Back Stroke short course, Felipe Franca Silva (BRA) claims the world title at 56.29, beating Adam Peaty (GBR) by .06 seconds.

2014 World Swimming Championship: Larkin wins 100m Back

In the Men’s 100m Back short course, Mitch Larkin (AUS) takes the gold by .54 seconds over Radoslaw Kawecki (POL) with a time of 49.57 seconds.

2014 World Swimming Championship: France wins 4x100m Free

In the Men’s 4x100m Freestyle short course, Team France, featuring Florent Manaudou, claims gold, beating Russia by .4 seconds, with a Championship Record at 3:03:78.

World 100m champion Magnussen splits with coach

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/JIM YOUNG (Reuters) – World 100 meters freestyle champion swimmer James Magnussen is gambling on a new coach taking him to Olympic gold in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 after parting ways with his long-time mentor Brant Best. The 23-year-old Australian successfully defended his title at the world championships in Barcelona last year but […]

2014 Continental Cup: Harper-Nelson wins 100m hurdles

Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA) gets some much needed points for Team Americas with Cup record at 12.47, beating Tiffany Porter (GBR) by just .04 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Campbell-Brown wins Women’s 100m

Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) gets the win for team Americas at 11.08, as Michelle-Lee Ahye (TRI), just barely, at 11.25 picks up 2nd for the Americas as well.

2014 Continental Cup: Dasaolu wins Men’s 100m

James Dasaolu (GBR) gets the win, at 10.02, for team Europe, just holding off the charging Michael Rodgers (USA) by .01 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Team Americas win Women’s 4x100m

In a team featuring Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) and Michelle-Lee Ahya (USA) with Tianna Baroletta (USA) and Samantha Henry-Robinson (JAM), Team Americas gets the win at 42.44, beating Team Europe by .54 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Team Americas win Men’s 4x100m

Team Americas featuring Kim Collins (SKN), Michael Rodgers (USA), Nesta Carter (JAM), and Richard Thompson (TRI) get the win at 37.97 seconds, beating the Team Europe by .65 seconds. As the first day ends, Europe leads the Americas by 31.5 points.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Justin Gatlin Wins 100m

In the final Diamond League race of 2014,  Justin Gatlin (USA) gets the Men’s 100m win by .16 seconds over Michael Rodgers (USA), claiming the Diamond League title for the second year in a row. Only one hour after his 100m victory, Gatlin went on to claim the Men’s 200m win.

2014 Diamond League: Zurich: Bailey-Cole wins 100m

In the non Diamond League race, Kemar Bailey-Cole (JAM) gets the win at 9.96 seconds, beating Michael Rodgers (USA) by .11 seconds. Returning Tyson Gay (USA) finished 9th at 10.35 and returning Asafa Powell (JAM) finished 4th at 10.07.

2014 Diamon d League: Zurich: British Women win 4x100m

Philip, Nelson, Onuora and Henry upset both the Americans and the Jamaicans in the non-Diamond League race by .12 seconds. With a time of 42.21 seconds, they set a British Record as well.

2014 Youth Olympics: 100m winners and tragedies

In both the Men’s and Women’s race, the favors were prevented from racing in the final. While Liang Xiaojing (CHN) won easily in the women’s, Sydney Siame (ZAM) won the photo finish in the Men’s.

2014 Diamond League: Birmingham: Harper-Nelson wins 100m hurdles

Sally Pearson (AUS) managed to stay in the race today, but this time Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA) gets the win over Queen Harrison (USA) at 12.66, with great finishing speed.

2014 Diamond League: Birmingham: Stewart wins 100m

Kerron Stewart (JAM) gets the win by .03 seconds at 11.22. Diamond League leader Tori Bowie (USA) unfortunately hurt herself in the race, which may prevent her from winning the season.

Usain Bolt Breaks World Indoor 100m Record

Usain Bolt (REUTERS/Kacper Pempel) WARSAW, Aug 23 (Reuters) – Six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt broke 10 seconds for the first time this season when he won a 100m race under a closed roof at the National Stadium in Warsaw on Saturday. The Jamaican clocked 9.98 seconds into a slight breeze at the Kamila Skolimowska Memorial […]

2014 Youth Olympics: Valette wins 100m Hurdles

Laura Valette (FRA) wins the Women’s 100m Hurdles in a photo finish beating out Elvira Herman (BLR) with a total time of 13.34.

2014 Youth Olympics: China wins Mixed 4x100m Medley Relay

China was able to the beat out Russian Federation in the final leg of the medley with a total time of 3:49.33.

2014 Youth Olympics: Szilagyi wins 100m Butterfly

Having just celebrated her 17th birthday yesterday, the 200m Fly Champ Liliana Szilagyi (HUN), took gold and finally broke the 58 second mark with a total of 57.67.

2014 Youth Olympics: De Santana wins 100m Freestyle

In the Men’s 100m Freestyle, the Silver medalist Matheus Paulo De Santa (BRA) took gold in 48.25, beating Yu Hexin (CHN) by almost a full second.

2014 Youth Olympics: China wins 4x100m Free

In the Women’s 4x100m Freestyle, China fought a back and forth battle with Russia, but Qiu Yuhan, He Yun, Zhang Yufei and especially Duo Shen with the fastest lap won the Gold by 2.20 seconds, at 3:41.19.

2014 Diamond League: Stockholm: Nesta Carter wins 100m

In a day plagued by starting trouble, Mike Rodgers (USA) is the latest victim. Meanwhile Nesta Carter (JAM) gets the win at 9.96 seconds his first win this season.

Queen Harrison wins 3rd Diamond League 100m Hurdles

With Sally Pearson getting DQ’d, and Dawn Harper-Nelson hitting hurdles, Queen Harrison scores her third win this season at 12.66, giving her the Diamond League lead by 6 points with just the final left.

2014 Youth Olympics: Smiddy wins 100m Back

In the Women’s 100m Backstroke, Clara Smiddy (USA) gets the win at 1:00.22, just .01 seconds faster than Jessica Fullalova (GBR).

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Franklin wins Women’s 100m Freestyle

Missy Franklin gets 1st in the Women’s 100m Freestyle event in Irvine with a total time of 53.43, beating out American record holder Simone Manuel.

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Adrian wins Men’s 100m Freestyle

In the Men’s 100m Freestyle, Nathan Adrian beats out a star-studded field, along with Michael Phelps, with a total time of 48.31.

Usain Bolt Anchors Jamaica to 4x100m Title

Jamaica’s Usain Bolt at the 2014 Commonwealth Games (REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett) By Michael Hann GLASGOW, Aug 2 (Reuters) – Six-times Olympic champion Usain Bolt stole the show to give the Commonwealth Games the moment it had been waiting for by leading Jamaica to gold in the 4×100 metres relay on Saturday. After weeks of build-up, anticipation […]

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: Williams wins 100m Hurdles

Kendell Williams just edges Dior Hall at the line at 12.89 seconds by .03, as USA goes Silver and Gold in the final hurdles race.

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: USA wins Women’s 4x100m Relay

Teahna Daniels, Ariana Washington, Jada Martin, and Kaylin Whitney of the USA Women’s team take gold in the 4x100m in 43.46.

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: USA wins Men’s 4x100m Relay

Jalen Miller, Trayvon Bromell, Kendal Williams, and Trentavis Friday of the USA Men’s team take gold in the 4x100m in 38.70.

Americans Claim Gold and Silver in World Juniors 100m

Trayvon Bromell, left, and Kendal Williams at the IAAF World Junior Championships (Christian Petersen/Getty Images) By Parker Morse Kendal Williams of the host USA ran 10.21 to win the men’s 100m final at the end of the second day of competition at the IAAF World Junior Championships, Oregon 2014. Williams led a US 1-2 sweep, as […]

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: Asher-Smith Wins Women’s 100m

Dina Asher-Smith (GBR) takes gold in the Women’s 100m with a total time of 11.23. This is her first medal in a 100m event.

2014 Junior Track and Field World Championships: Kendal Williams Wins 100m

Kendal Williams (USA) gets his personal best in Eugene with a total time of 10.21.

2014 Diamond League: Monaco: Bowie wins 100m

Tori Bowie (USA) keep her Diamond League lead, beating a tough field with a World Leading time of 10.80 seconds. Veronica Campbell-Brown was 2nd, .16 second back and Allyson Felix (USA), in a rare appearance was 5th at 11.01.

Phelps beaten by Agnel in slow 100m freestyle

PHOTO CREDIT: Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports (Reuters) – Michael Phelps was edged by Frenchman Yannick Agnel in the 100 meters freestyle final in Athens, Georgia, on Sunday. Agnel, the Olympic 200m freestyle champion, touched in 49.37 seconds, with his North Baltimore training partner Phelps second in 49.42. Ryan Lochte was third in 49.63, but the […]

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Great Britian wins 4x100m

In the Non-Diamond League event, with a history of DQ’s, the Great Britian A team gets it right and claim with win over the European Champs, Netherlands, by .52 seconds at 38.39.

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Harrison wins 100m hurdles

In the 9th Diamond League meet, Queen Harrison (USA) gets her first Diamond League win at 12.58, holding off fellow American Lolo Jones by .10 seconds. Meanwhile on the returning Olympic Champ, Sally Pearson (AUS) took 3rd.

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Ahye wins 100m

In the Non-Diamond League event, Just when it looked like Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) was going to get the win, Michelle-Lee Ahye (TRI) stromed through to get the win at 11.01, winning by .09 seconds. Carmelita Jeter (USA) was 6th.

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Great Britian wins 4x100m

In the non-Diamond League race, In the 9th Diamond League meet, Great Britian’s A team gets the win at 42.74, .62 seconds faster than their B team, meanwhile the mixed All-Star team, with Solomon and Knight, took 3rd and the Stars and Stripes finishe

2014 Diamond League: Glasgow: Ashmeade wins 100m

During the first day of the Diamond League meet in Glasgow, Nickel Ashmeade redeemed his Paris disqualification by grabbing the 100 meter win with a time of 9.97 seconds. After only 60 meters, fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake fell to the ground, clutching his hamstring in pain.

2014 Diamond League: Paris: Harper-Nelson wins Women’s 100m Hurdles

Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA) wins the Women’s 100m Hurdles with a World Best this year of 12.44, putting her 1st in Diamond Race Standings. She’s previously won olympic gold and silver medals in Beijing and London, respectively.

2014 Diamond League: Paris: Michael Rogers wins Men’s 100m

Michael Rogers (USA) takes 1st in the Men’s 100m in 10 seconds flat after a delay caused by Nickel Ashmeade.

2014 Diamond League: Paris: Ashmeade Protests DQ in 100m Race

Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) attempted to delay the race after a false start. He disagree with the disqualification which led to him lying down on the track.

2014 Diamond League: Lausanne: Gatlin vs Gay in 100m

Team USA packs a 1, 2, 3 punch sweeping the 100 meter race during the 2014 Diamond League Lausanne. Tyson Gay, returning from a recent ban, settles for second place, falling only .13 seconds behind Justin Gatlin. Gatlin, who remains undefeated this season, took first place with the best time of 9.80 and Michael Rodgers landed in third place with a final time of 9.98.

2014 USA Track and Field Championship: 100m Recap

Mike Rodgers gets the win at 10.09, beating Ryan Bailey by .14 seconds, while Tianna Bartoletta gets the win in the Women’s race by .12 seconds over Barbara Pierre at 11.15 seconds

2014 Arena Grand Prix: Santa Clara: Missy Franklin wins 100m Backstroke

In the Women’s 100m Backstroke, Missy Franklin (USA) beats out Elizabeth Pelton and newcomer Amy Bilquist with a total time of 1:00.99.


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