In the men’s 50m Freestyle, swimmer Bruno Fratus defeated fellow teammate Cesar Cielo with a time of 22 seconds flat. Cielo is the world record holder for this event and came into this race as the clear favorite to win.
In the Women’s 50 Free Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace won with a time of 25.55 to beat Amanda Kendall. Vanderpool-Wallace was an Olympic games finalist in the Women’s 50m freestyle.
Natalie Coughlin beats Amanda Weir by .06 seconds for the win.
2014 100m Freestyle Olympic champ Nathan Adrian beats 2000 50m Olympic Champ Anthony Ervin by .58 seconds in the Men’s 50m Freestyle.
On the final day of competition, Australia closed out the 2013 World Cup by setting a record with a time of 1:30.52. Australia was represented by swimmers Tommaso D’Orsogna, Travis Mahoney, Cate Campbell, and Bronte Campbell.
Anthony Ervin (USA) finished with a time of 21.07, just missing first place by .15 seconds. Vladimir Morozov (RUS) received the win in the event with a time of 20.91, giving him 7 out of 8 gold medals at this years World Cup.
After winning yesterday’s 100m back, Eugene Godsoe (USA) added another gold medal to his collection as he finished with a time of 23.07 in today’s event. Godsoe was also the winner of the 50m Back in Singapore and Tokyo.
Australia, represented by Robert Hurley, Christian Sprenger, Alicia Coutts and Cate Campbell won with a time of 1:38.23 ahead of China. Team USA finished 4th.
American Thomas Shields finished with a time of 22.78, in front of fellow American Eugene Godsoe. Nicholas Santos (BRA) won the event with a time of 22.13, ahead of race favorite Roland Schoeman (RSA).
At 20.71 seconds, Vladimir Morozov (RUS) picks up his 6th win this season in the Men’s 50m Freestyle, holding off Anthony Ervin (USA) by .38 seconds
Eugene Godsoe (USA) picks up his second win in the Men’s 50m Backstroke this season, posting the fastest time of the year at 23.07 seconds.
Roland Schoeman (RSA) remains flawless in the Men’s 50m Breaststroke, winning the first seven races with just one to go, beating Christian Sprenger (AUS) by .14 seconds, at 26.12.
Vladimir Morozov (RUS) finished with a winning time of 20.78, giving him 4 straight wins at this distance this season. American Anthony Ervin finished with a time of 21.26 to take bronze.
American Eugene Godsoe won with a time of 23.12, beating 2nd place swimmer Robert Hurley by .14 seconds. This is Godsoe’s 2nd gold medal as he was the winner in yesterday’s 100m backstroke.
Alia Atkinson (JAM) and Iulilia Efimova (RUS) came into this race as the clear favorites but it was Atkinson who walked away victorious with a winning time of 28.94. Atkinson has won 3 out of the 6 races.
Chad Le Clos (RSA) defeated fellow countryman Roland Schoeman when he finished with a time of 22.24. Le Clos also set the world record in the 200m Butterfly earlier in the day.
Swimmers Robert Hurley, Christian Sprenger, Alicia Coutts, and Cate Campbell finished with a total time of 1:38.02. AUS broke their old record time of 1:39.08 that they set earlier in the day.
Iullia Efimova (RUS) got the win over yesterday’s 100m breaststroke winner Alia Atkinson (JAM), by a margin of .03 seconds. Efimova finished with a winning time of 29.22.
Just one day after setting the world record for the mixed medley 4×50 relay, France showed up strong again today to set another one with a time of 1:31.14. The previous record of 1:32.52 was held by Japan.
Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) won with a time of 25.06 to earned her 2nd gold this week. Katinka Hosszu (HUN) finished last in the event with a time of 27.20.
In a confusing turn of events, Vladimir Morozov received the win with a time of 21.03 over world record hold Roland Schoeman. At the end of the race it appeared Schoeman had won after what was thought to be a Morozov DQ. American Ervin finished 3rd.
Swimmers Jeremy Stravius, Giacomo Perez Dortona, Melanie Henique and Anna Santamans represented team France as they finished with a record breaking time of 1:39.54. They broke the previous record of 1:41.70 held by Russia.
Roland Schoeman (RSA) finished with a winning time of 25.89 over swimmer Florent Manaudou (FRA). This is Schoeman’s 5th consecutive gold in this world cup season.
In the new event, the Mixed 4×50 Freestyle, Team Japan featuring Shinri Shioura, Kenta Ito, Sayaka Akase, and Kanako Watanabe, breaks the week old Russia record by .49 seconds at 1:32.52.
American comeback story Anthony Ervin claims the bronze, .68 second behind Vladimir Morozov (RUS) who gets the win at 20.66 seconds.
At 1:42.31, winning by .84 seconds, Team Australia, featuring Robert Hurley, Belinda Hocking, Kenneth To and Emily Seebohm get the win, but are 9.30 seconds behind the world record Russia set last weekend.
After winning the 50m Breaststroke, Roland Schoeman (RSA) again beats Chad le Clos (RSA) in the 50m Butterfly stroke, this time by only .01 seconds with a time of 22.27.
World Recorder holder Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) gets the win the in the 50m Freestyle by .32 seconds over Dorothea Brandt (GER), with a time of 24.02 seconds.
As they did yesterday Team Russia claims the first world record in the now official mixed 4x50m Freestyle Relay. Rozallya Nasretdinova, Arlom Lobuzov, Dmitry Ermakev, and Maria Reznikova set the standard at 1:33.01, beating Brazil by .42 seconds.
After winning the 100m yesterday, Vladimir Morozov (RUS) came back to win the 50m freestyle today with a time of 20.59 seconds, beating Roland Schoeman (RSA) by .56 seconds.
Yesterday 16 year old Ruta Meilutyte (LIU) set the short course world record in the 100m breast stroke, today she had to still for just the win, at 51.93 second, winning by 1.86 seconds.
Roland Schoeman (RSA) picks up his second win of the day (50m breast) beating his fellow countrymen Chad le Clos by .19 seconds, posting a time of 22.36 seconds.
Roland Schoeman (RSA) beat the current world record holder, Steffen Deibler (GER), with a time of 22.05. This was the 2nd win of the day for Schoeman, as he also won the 50m Breaststroke.
Yesterday the two teammates Ashley Delaney and Robert Hurley (AUS) tied in the Men’s 100m Backstroke, today Delaney edges Hurley by .01 second for the win in the 50m, at 23.28.
In the Women’s 50m Freestyle, the Olympic champ, Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) is now the world champ as well at 24.05, beating Cate Campbell by .09 seconds.
In the Women’s 50m Breast, as she did in the 200m, Yuliya Efimova (RUS) claims the title, at 29.52, on the back of the world record setter in the semi’s, Ruta Meilutyte (LIT). Jessica Hardy (USA) was 3rd.
In the Men’s 50m Back Stroke, Camille Lacourt (FRA) who took Silver last time is now the world champion at 24.42, beating both Matt Grevers (USA) and Jeremy Stravius (FRA), who tied for second, by .12 seconds.
In the men’s 50m Freestyle, César Cielo (BRA) for the third time (2009, 2011, 2013) is the champion at 21.32, beating Vladimir Morozov (RUS) by .15 seconds.
In the Women’s 50m Butterfly, the 2012 European champ Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) gets the win at 25.24 over Lu Ying (CHN) by .18 seconds.
China goes 1, 2 in the Women’s 50m backstroke, as Zhao Jing gets the win at 27.29 and Fu Yuanhui takes 2nd .10 seconds back.
25 year old Cameron Van Der Burgh finished with a winning time of 26.77, just beating Christian Sprenger to the wall by .01 seconds.
Cesar Cielo finished with a winning time of 23.01, over 2nd place American Eugene Godsoe. Godsoe was the 8th seed coming into the race and surprised everyone by taking the silver.
Two time Olympic silver medalist, Christine Magnuson, finished with a time of 26.08 over Kendyl Stewart. Magnuson will be making her second World Championship appearance.
Eugene Godsoe won with a winning time of 23.29 over 2nd place Matt Grevers. Godsoe’s time was the 9th fastest time this year, earning him a spot on his first world championship team.
Nathan Adrian won the men’s 50m freestyle with a final time of 21.76, beating out world record holding cesar Cielo Fihlo. The is Adrian’s second win of the weekend.
The 3 time gold medalist Natalie Coughlin came into this race as the top contender and proved herself to be the best in the field, with a win over Jessica Hardy. This was Coughlin’s first win of the weekend; she finished with a time of 25.06.
31 year old Anthony Ervin was the oldest competitor in the race today but that didn’t stop him from winning the race today, finishing with a time of 22.01.
Jessica Hardy finished with a winning time of 25.09, narrowly beating out Madison Kennedy and Megan Romano who tied for 2nd place. They trailed her by just .03 seconds.
Olympic champ in the 100m, Nathan Adrian, beats the former 50m Olympic champ, Anthony Ervin, by .59 seconds. This was Adrian’s second win of the meet (100m free).
American swimming star Natalie Coughlin got the win in the 50m freestyle over Jessica Hardy by .48 seconds, with a time of 24.90 seconds.
Anthony Ervin, the 2000 Olympic champion, gets the victory at 22.43 seconds, winning by .45.
Christine Magnuson gets the win at 25.33 seconds, as teenage star Missy Franklin came in 4th, .32 behind.
Aliaksandra Herasimenia (BLR), Olympic silver medalist, takes the gold in the Women’s 50m Freestyle by .23 seconds.
In the Men’s 50m Breaststroke, Aleksander Rognerud Hetland (NOR) gets the win at 26.30 seconds.
The 2010 short course winner Jing Zhao (CHN) returned and repeated, beating Olivia Smoliga (USA) by .18 seconds in the 50m Backstroke.
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