Trentavis Friday becomes a Junior World Champion at 20.04 seconds, beating Ejowvokoghene Oduduru (NGR) by .21 seconds who edged Michael O’Hara (JAM) by .06 for Silver.
Kaylin Whitney (USA) survives a false start, and gets the win at 22.82, .15 seconds faster than Irene Ekelund (SWE) and Jada Martin (USA) was 5th.
Justin Gatlin (USA) scores a World Leading time at 19.68, beating Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) by .31 seconds, although Ashmeade takes the lead in the DL. Tyson Gay takes 4th at 20.22, .14 behind Christophe Lemaitre (FRA).
In the 9th Diamond League meet, Dafne Schippers (NED) just out dips Allyson Felix (USA) at the line for the win by .01 at 22.34 seconds. Both held off the Diamond League leader, Blessing Okagbare (NGR) who was third.
Blessing Okagbare (NGR) tooke the Women’s 200m in 22.32, keeping her first in the Diamond Race Standing. She had previously won the bronze for the same event in 2013 at the Moscow World Championships.
In the Men’s 200m Individual Medley, Conor Dwyer beats Michael Phelps and wins the Arena Grand Prix, winning $20k and a 1-year BMW lease.
Caitlin Leverenz takes first in the 200m Individual Medley, thus winning the Arena Grand Prix along with $20k and a BMW lease.
In the Men’s 200m freestyle, teammates Yannick Agnel and Michael Phelps get 1st and 2nd place, respectively.
In the Women’s 200m freestyle, Olympian Missy Franklin (USA) takes first and beats out her future teammates with a total time of 1:56.96.
In the Women’s 200m Backstroke, Olympian Missy Franklin (USA) gets beaten out by Elizabeth Beisel with a total time of 2:09.11.
Allyson Felix (USA) still working her way back from injury gets the win, in her first trip to Oslo, at 22.73 seconds, beating Jodie Williams (GBR) by .24 seconds.
By just .05 seconds Alonson Edward (PAN) holds off Christopher Lemaitre (FRA) to claim the win at 20.19 seconds in the second race of the season.
Solomon. Meadows, Knight and Duncan get it done at 1:29.45, to give USA the win. The world’s fastest woman Shelly-Ann Frasier-Pryce could on help Team Jamaica to 3rd as Great Britain was 2nd, .16 seconds behind.
Anchored by Yohan Blake (JAM), Team Jamaica breaks the United States 20 year old record by .05 seconds with a time of 1:18.63. And although Wallace Spearmon (USA) would claw back 3rd place, the bad hand off would ultimately disqualify Team USA
Blessing Okagbare (NGR) first won the long jump at 6.86 meters, by just .1 over Ivana Spanovic (SRB), then later beat Anthonique Strachan (BAH) by .14 seconds, at 22.36 to win the Women’s 200m.
In the Women’s 200m Butterfly, double bronze medalist in ’09 and ’13, Katinka Hosszu (HUN) took 1st with a total time of 2:09’66.
Katinka Hosszu (HUN) beats the Olympic champ Allison Schmitt (USA) by .11 seconds in the Women’s 200m Freestyle, with a personal best at 1:56.30.
Conor Dwyer gets the win at 1:47.86, beating Matt Mclean by .87 seconds.
In the Women’s 200m Butterfly, Becca Mann manages to outdo olympic gold medalist Katie McLaughlin, with a total time of 2:12.10.
In the Men’s 200m Butterfly, olympic gold medalist Tyler Clary wins by .01 seconds, beating out Tom Luchsinger and Bobby Bollier in a tight finish with a total time of 2:00.39.
In the Women’s 200m Individual Medley, Katie Hoff managed to take 1st in a field full of strong swimmer with a total time of 2:12.92.
In the Men’s 200m Individual Medley, with Ryan Lochte scratching the race due to wanting to rest his legs, Darian Townsend was able to grab 1st place with a total time of 2:02.07.
In the Women’s 200m Freestyle, Katie Ledecky was able to beat out Olympic Gold Medalist Allison Shmmitt, with a total time of 1:56.27.
In the Men’s 200m Freestyle, 3-time Olympian Ryan Lochte was able to win with a total time of 1:49.48 with a serious knee injury from November.
In the Men’s 200m Backstroke, Arkady Vyatchanin beats Olympic Champion Tyler Clary and takes first with a total time of 1:58.04.
Micah Lawrence won the women’s 4000m breaststroke ahead of Laura Sogar and Alia Atkinson with a time of 2:25.97. Lawrence finished 6th in the 200m breaststroke at the 2012 Olympic games.
David Verraszto (HUN) won the men’s 200m butterfly event with a time of 1:59.59 to edge out American Tyler Clary in a photo finish. This is Verraszto’s 2nd gold medal at Orlando as he was the winner of the 400 IM event yesterday.
The 3 time Olympian Katinka Hosszu (HUN) added another gold medal to her collection after winning the women’s 200m Butterfly with a time of 2:08.47. Hosszu was the winner of yesterday’s 400 IM and 200m freestyle.
In the Men’s 200m Freestyle, Yannick Lebherz (GER) gets the win at 1:50.27, holding off Michael Weiss (USA) by .04 seconds.
In the Women’s 200m freestyle, 200 and 400 medley world champ, Katinka Hosszu (HUN) gets the win at 1:58.09, beating fellow country woman Agnes Mutina by 2.41 seconds.
Olympic champ Allison Schmitt holds off Katie Ledecky, 400m World Champ, by .05 seconds for the win.
In the Men’s 200m Freestyle, Olympic Champ Yannick Agnel (FRA) gets the win.
Micah Lawrence (USA), who took bronze at the last World Championship, gets the win in the second Grand Prix of the season.
Eugene Godsoe (USA) picked up his 2nd gold medal of the day after finishing with time of 1:51.29. Godsoe won the men’s 50m backstroke earlier in the day.
On the final day of competition Thomas Fraser-Holmes (AUS) finished with a winning time of 1:43.09 over fellow countrymen Robert Hurley. Hurley lead through the first couple of meters but was passed by Fraser-Holmes about halfway through the race.
Katinka Hosszu (HUN) won with a time of 2:05.34 over swimmer Alicia Coutts (AUS). Hosszu has won won 8 out of 8 gold medals in this World Cup.
Chad Le Clos (RSA) took top honors with a winning time of 1:51.70. Le Clos trailed throughout most of the race, but made his last push in the final 25m, overtaking swimmer Wang Shun (CHN).
The race was a battle between Mitchell Larkin and Yuki Shirai (JPN) until the last length, when Masaki Kaneko (JPN) sprinted to the line to win the Men’s 200m backstroke by .13 seconds.
Kousuke Hagino (JPN) sets a new world cup record to win the Men’s 200m Individual Medley at 1:51.50, beating Chad le Clos (RSA) by .81 seconds.
With just one more race in the season, World Cup leader Chad le Clos (RSA) is now seven for seven in the Men’s 200m Butterfly Stroke, beating Kousuke Hagino (JPN) by .69 seconds
With just one more race in the season, World Cup leader Katinka Hosszu (HUN) is now seven for seven in the Women’s 200m Individual Medley, beating Alicia Coutts (AUS) by 1.11 seconds.
Daniel Gyurta (HUN) gets his first win this season in the World Cup, with a Cup record at 2:01.30, beating Yasuhiro Koseki (JPN) by 2.33 seconds.
Eugene Godsoe (USA) won with a time of 1:50.56 to earn his 2nd gold medal on the day. Godsoe was also the winner in yesterday’s 100m Backstroke.
Franziska Hentke (GER) defeated race favorite Katinka Hosszu (HUN) with a time of 2:04.42. Hosszu was undefeated in the event, as she had won all 5 of the races so far this season.
Chad Le Clos (RSA) battled swimmer Thomas Fraser-Holmes (AUS) from start to finish before finally beating him with a winning time of 1:42.29. This is Le Clos’ 3rd gold medal in Singapore.
Chad Le Clos (RSA) broke his previous world record time of 1:49.04 when he finished with a winning time of 1:48.56 today. His previous record time was set August 7 in Eindhoven.
Thomas Shields (USA) finished with a time of 1:51.64, losing to swimmer Radoslaw Kawecki (POL). Kawecki finished with a winning time of 1:48.93.
Katinka Hosszu (HUN) picked up her 3rd gold medal in 2 days after winning the 200m Butterfly with a time of 2:06.60. Hosszu was the winner of yesterday’s 200IM and 200m freestyle.
Katinka Hosszu (HUN) finished with a winning time of 1:53.53, beating swimmer Femke Heemskerk by just .12 seconds.
Radoslaw Kawecki (POL), at 1:49.70, crushes the field by 3.44 seconds, but Thomas Shields (USA) manages to surge at the end for silver.
Chad le Clos (RSA) picks up his three win of the weekend beating last years world cup winner, Kenneth To (AUS) by 1.87 seconds with a time of 1:53.04.
The Olympic champ Chad le Clos (RSA), who took the short course world record in August, wins again with a time of 1:49.83, besting American Thomas Shields by 2.31 seconds
Olympic and World Champ Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (JAM) gets the win in the Women’s 200m Final. She also won the first race of the season and claims the Diamond League win as well.
In an open field, Serhly Smelyk (UKR), found all the way over in lane eight, gets the win in the final meters at 20.54 seconds, beating Jaysuma Saidy Ndure (NOR) by .04 seconds.
In Men’s 200m, Usain Bolt (JAM) easily wins his third title (the first man to ever do so) at 19.66, .13 seconds faster than Warren Weir (JAM) and .38 seconds faster than Curtis Mitchell (USA).
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