2022 World Swimming Championships TV, Live Stream Schedule

Olympic Channel: Home of the American team and Peacock combine to stream and broadcast live daily coverage of the World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary, which begin on Saturday.

All Olympic Channel coverage will also air on NBCSports.com/live and the NBC Sports app for subscribers.

Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel title of the American list that could dominate the Duna Arena pool in historic fashion.

The Americans have topped the medal standings at every world championship since 1991. It could be a rout this year given that Russian swimmers are banned due to the invasion of Ukraine and other international stars from foreground are absent due to injury or a focus on the later Commonwealth Games. this summer.

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Ledecky, race without Australian rival Ariane Timus in competition, is entered in the 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyle. If she then wins everything, as expected, she will move one gold Michael Phelps‘ record of 15 individual world titles.

Dressel has won seven gold medals and six gold medals at the last two world championships. If he wins seven this time, he will move to second place solo behind Phelps in career world titles, including the relays.

Ledecky and Dressel are joined on the US team by other individual Olympic gold medalists Bobby Fink, Hunt Kalisz, Lilly King and ryan murphy.

World premieres in the 2024 Olympic cycle could also produce top-tier champions, such as Claire Curzan, Torri Huske and Carson Foster.

Internationally, host country Hungary has two of the biggest stars among Olympic gold medalists Katinka Hosszu and Kristof Milak.

Australia is ruled by Kaylee McKeownwho swept the female back in Tokyo, and Zac Stubblety-Cookwho broke the men’s world record in the 200m breaststroke during their trials.

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2022 World Swimming Championships Broadcast Schedule

Day Session Time (ET) Network
Saturday June 18 Day 1 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
Sunday June 19 Day 2 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
Monday, June 20 Day 3 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
Tuesday, June 21 Day 4 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
Wednesday June 22 Day 5 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
Thursday June 23 Day 6 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
friday june 24 Day 7 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
Saturday June 25 Day 8 Finals 12 p.m. Olympic Channel, Peacock
Sunday June 26 Strong points 12 p.m. NBC