2019 World Championships Day 2 Finals Heat Sheets

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Caeleb Dressel will look to hold off the field in the 50 fly. Photo Courtesy: Becca Wyant

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The heat sheets have been released for the second night of the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.

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All eyes will be on Great Britain’s Adam Peaty, who broke the world record in the 100 breast before even reaching the final in the 100 breast. He will look to lower his mark from a familiar lane four spot.

Meanwhile, compatriot James Wilby and China’s Zibei Yan will be on either side of Peaty, hoping to keep pace.

In the women’s 100 butterfly, a star-studded finals head will feature world record holder Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden. USA’s Kelsi Dahlia is in the final, along with Australia’s Emma McKeon, and NCAA champion Louise Hansson of Sweden, along with Canada’s upstart Maggie MacNeil, who will be in lane five right next to Sjostrom.

The men’s 50 fly will feature USA’s Caeleb Dressel in lane four, flanked by Ukraine’s Andrii Govorov and Brazil’s Nicholas Santos. Great Britain’s Benjamin Proud and USA’s Michael Andrew will try to crash the party from outside lanes.

The women’s 200 IM is a final with Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu in a familiar lane four, flanked by USA’s Melanie Margalis and Canada’s Sydney Pickrem.

There will also be several semifinal heats during the 2019 World Championships Day 2.

The semifinals of the men’s 100 backstroke will feature Matt Grevers, Markus Thormeyer and Dylan Carter in the first heat, then USA’s Ryan Murphy, Japan’s Ryoskuke Irie, Chian’s Jiayu Xu and Australia’s Mitch Larkin in the second heat.

The semifinals of the women’s 100 breast feature Russia’s Yulia Efimova and Jamaica’s Alia Atikinson in the first heat, then USA’s Lilly King and Japan’s Reona Aoki in the second.

In the women’s 100 back semifinals, Canada’s Taylor Ruck, Australia’s Minna Atherton, USA’s Kathleen Baker and Kira Toussaint of the Netherlands will be in the first heat, while, Canada’s Kylie Masse, USA’s Olivia Smoliga and Australia’s Kaylee MeKeown are in the second heat.

The men’s 200 free semis will feature China’s Sun Yang, Australia’s Kyle Chalmers and USA’s Andrew Seliskar in the first heat and Britain’s James Guy and Duncan Scott in the second heat, along with USA’s Townley Haas and Lithuania’s Danas Rapsys.

 

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  1. Dee Carr

    Back on tonight Jack Carr