Men's 50 back
Women's 200 back
Men's 50 fly
Slovenia's Peter Mankoc (23.05), Kenya's Jason Dunford (23.07), USA's Tom Shields (23.07), The Netherlands' Joeri Verlinden (23.11), France's Fred Bousquet (23.18), Brazil's Kaio Almeida (23.21).
Women's 100 breast
Sweden's Jennie Johansson (1:06.10), Czech's Petra Chocova (1:06.16), Australia's Samantha Marshall (1:06.32), Sweden's Rebecca Ejdervik (1:06.45), Turkey's Dilara Gunaydin (1:06.61), Canada's Tera Van Beilen (1:06.74), Russia's Valentina Artemeva (1:06.75), Finland's Jenna Laukkanen (1:06.90), China's Ji Liping (1:06.92), Great Britain's Sophie Allen (1:06.93) and China's Zhao Jin (1:06.98) comprised the rest of the semifinal field with a sub-1:07 required to make the next round.
Men's 400 free
USA's Michael Klueh, who stands second in the world to Agnel this year with a 3:40.23 from the Tokyo stop of the World Cup, qualified second in 3:41.07 and could be looking to make a run at Peter Vanderkaay's American standard of 3:34.81 during the finale.
Men's 200 IM
After scratching the sprint fly this morning,
Women's 400 free
FINA World Cup Queen Katinka Hosszu would have been gunning for her second gold medal of the meet after posting a smooth time of 4:03.49 in prelims, more than a second off her top time this year of 4:02.15 from the European Short Course Championships. Hosszu, however, elected to scratch out of a top seed to focus on the rest of a busy schedule this evening. This is another event that is sorely missing a French world-record holder as Camille Muffat's 3:54.85 from Euro Champs is sitting at home.
Jaz Carlin, meanwhile, was drawn into the championship heat after Hosszu's scratch with her ninth-ranked (4:05.13).
Men's 200 breast
The top time in the world this year of 2:04.55 shared by Viacheslav Sinkevich and Sean Mahoney didn't stand a chance as seven of the top eight swimmers in the morning all cleared 2:05. Long course world-record holder Akihiro Yamaguchi of
Great Britain's Andrew Willis (2:03.94), Germany's Marco Koch (2:03.95), Sinkevich (2:04.07) and Japan's Yukihiro Takahashi (2:04.93) all beat 2:05 to make up the top seven, while Great Britain's snagged the final lane transferring into the finale with a 2:06.05.
Women's 400 medley relay
Denmark's Mie Nielsen (57.59), Rikke Moeller Pedersen (1:04.40), Jeanette Ottesen Gray (57.42) and Pernille Blume (53.69) topped qualifying with a time of 3:53.10 in heat one, while Team USA's Olivia Smoliga (58.05), Laura Sogar (1:04.43), Christine Magnuson (57.31) and Lia Neal (53.38) turned in a time of 3:53.17 to win heat two for the second seed.