Good morning from the Duna Arena in Budapest. Craig Lord and Liz Byrnes are here to report on the second morning of action at world titles, rolling reports below, latest news at the top. Today brings the heats of the men’s 50m breaststroke the morning after Adam Peaty (GBR) split 26.50 – faster than any other man has ever gone in a dash barring himself – on the way to a 57.47 title retained over 100m. Project 56 is being put on parade before our very eyes.
Sarah Sjostrom had been threatening all year. Cate Campbell was among those had seen it coming. And then the Swedish sprint ace decided with her coach and others a few days ago to have a crack at it leading the 4×100 relay off. It was an in-team secret – until the clock stopped at 51.71 … the first woman inside 52sec. Sjostrom’s new standard left her 0.01sec shy of being one second inside the time in which Olympic gold was shared by Penny Oleksiak (CAN) and Simone Manuel (USA) a year ago in Rio.
Good morning from the Duna Arena in Budapest. The pool is more than ready: great venue, organisation by the Hungarian hosts excellent and the stands for heats not full but in a healthy state. Eight days of racing at world titles are underway, the woeful politics and governance issues set aside in favour of the thing the blazers far too often forget: they are only there because the athletes and coaches and officials make it all possible.
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