2019 FINA World Championships: Day 2 Finals Photo Gallery

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Photo Courtesy: Becca Wyant

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The second day of finals continued to showcase jaw-dropping results at the 2019 FINA World Championships. Similar to day one, day two saw another young and rising star out-touch a veteran athlete in the pool.

Throughout the entirety of the finals session, Swimming World photographer Becca Wyant was on deck capturing the action and excitement, while Swimming World’s Craig Lord, John Lohn, Liz Byrnes and Andy Ross reported on the action.

Splash through day two finals photo gallery sponsored by FINIS:

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Maggie MacNeil of Canada delivered a stunner in the women’s 100 fly final when she was utilized a strong back-half to get past Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom to win the title.

Xu Jiayu was able to hold on to his number one seed in the men’s 100 back semifinal and did so with a new Championship record time of 52.17. Olympic champions Ryan Murphy and Matt Grevers also qualified in the top four for tomorrow’s 100 back final.

Yulia Efimova traded Lilly King for the top spot going into tomorrow night’s with a top showing of 1:05.56 in the women’s 100 breast, while Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu made history for herself in the women’s 200 IM by claiming a fourth straight win in the 200 IM. Hosszu’s World Championship medals from 2013, 2015, 2017, and now 2019, have cemented her as a medley legend.