O'Callaghan, the first woman to win the 100m and 200m freestyle at the World Championships (overall)
China's Qin Haiyang sets world record for men's 200m breaststroke... 4 crowns in the competition
Australian swimming star Molly O'Callaghan (19) won four world championships.
O'Callaghan was the first to hit her touchpad with a time of 52.16 in the women's freestyle 100m final at the 2023 International Swimming Federation World Championships held at Marine Messe Fukuoka Hall in Fukuoka, Japan on the 28th.
Previously, O'Callaghan, who had won gold medals in the 200m freestyle, 400m relay and 800m relay, stood on top of the podium four times in this event.
O'Callaghan is the first female athlete to win both the 100m and 200m freestyle at the World Championships at the same time.
Previously, O'Callaghan, who had previously set three world records in the 200m freestyle (1:52:85),
400m relay (3:27:96), and 800m relay (7:37:50), broke new history in the 100m freestyle. couldn't write
O'Callaghan, who won three gold medals in Budapest last year, added four gold medals this time around and collected seven gold medals at the World Championships alone.
Siobhan Hei Hei (Hong Kong) silvered his first personal Long Course (50m) World Championships medal by tapping the touchpad in 52.49, 0.33 seconds behind O'Callaghan.
Hei won silver medals in the women's 100m and 200m freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics, giving Hong Kong its first Olympic medals in swimming history.
Marit Steenbergen (Netherlands) won the bronze medal with a time of 52.71 seconds.
A new world record was set in the men's 200m breaststroke.
Qin Haiyang of China was the first to hit the touchpad with a time of 2:05:48, breaking the previous record of 2:05:95 set by Jack Stabletty-Cook (Australia) in May of last year.
Qin Haiyang, who previously won gold medals in the 50m and 100m breaststroke and 400m mixed medley relay, won four gold medals at this event following O'Callaghen.
Previous world record holder Stublety-Cook took the silver medal with a time of 2:06.40, and Matt Fallon (USA) took the bronze medal with a time of 2:07.74.
In the women's 200m breaststroke, Tatiana Schoonmacher (South Africa), the gold medalist in this event at the Tokyo Olympics, also reached the top at the World Championships with a record of 2:20:80.
Kate Douglas (USA) won the silver medal with a time of 2:21.23, and Tess Shuten (Netherlands) won the bronze medal with a time of 2:21.63.
In the men's 200m backstroke, Kos Herbert (Hungary) took the gold medal with a time of 1:54:14, Ryan Murphy (USA) took the silver medal with a time of 1:54:83, and Roman Mityukov (Switzerland) took the bronze medal with a time of 1:55:34.