DYLAN CARTER set a new national record as fourth in the world 50m butterfly

DYLAN CARTER set a new national record as he put fourth in the men’s 50-meter butterfly last, at the nineteenth FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary on Sunday.

Contending in path seven, the 26-year-old Carter contacted the wall in 22.85 seconds.

Caleb Dressel of the United States copped gold in 22.57 seconds, with Brazil’s Nicholas Santos procuring silver in 22.78. American Michael Andrew took bronze, in a period of 22.79.

Carter’s past TT record of 22.87 was set in his fundamental round heat on Saturday.

Adjusting the field, in Sunday’s conclusive, were Thomas Ceccon of Italy (22.86), Szebasztian Szabo of Hungary (23.01), Benjamin Proud of Great Britain (23.08) and Singapore’s Tzen Wei Teong (23.29).

Carter will just have a day off before he gets back to activity in the men’s 100m free-form on Tuesday. He is likewise leaned to partake in the men’s 50m free-form on Thursday.

TT’s other swimmer at the World Championships, Cherelle Thompson, will contend in the ladies’ 50m butterfly on Thursday and the ladies’ 50m free-form on Friday.