Ariarne Titmus

Ariarne Titmus smashes 400m world record in World Championships swim for the ages

Australia’s Ariarne Titmus has reclaimed the women’s 400 metres freestyle world record with a stunning victory at the world championships in Japan.

Titmus emphatically blew away feted rivals Summer McIntosh from Canada and American great Katie Ledecky to triumph in Sunday night’s hyped final in Fukuoka.

The Australian clocked three minutes 55.38 seconds, bettering McIntosh’s world mark of 3:56.08 set last March.

“I was really excited for this…


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