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TSX EXTRA – for July 29, 2018: When 16-year-old Regan Smith set a World Junior Record in the morning prelims, it became clear that the final of the women’s 100 m Backstroke was going to be a hot race.
So hot, in fact, that Rio silver medalist Kathleen Baker – swimming next to Smith – exploded from the start and tore through the water for a world record of 58.00 on Day 4 of the Phillips 66 National Championships in Irvine, California!
But that was only one of the highlights, as Ryan Murphy followed up Baker’s stunner by out-touching Matt Grevers in a world-leading time in the 100 m Back, and Katie Ledecky swam the second sub-4:00 performance this year to win her third U.S. title, in the 400 m Free. Wow!
Many more details, plus summaries of the top eight finishers in each event in this special, added issue for subscribers. Click below for this EXTRA issue:
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