HardCore Swim of the Week: Chalmers shows flashes of Thorpedo speed in taking down legendary age marks
This week’s HardCore swim comes from Down Under, where the pool action has been heating up the past several weeks around the Australian Open Championships and the Australian Age Championships, still ongoing in Sydney.
Brazil’s Thiago Pereira is the newest signee for Speedo, jumping over from Arena.
Alicia Coutts, Kenneth To, Bobby Hurley, Matthew Abood and Andrew Abood all attended a reception for the arrival of Prince William, Duchess Kate and their son Prince George…
Cameron van der Burgh has been awarded a National Order in South Africa, one of 54 recipients in 2014.
Spain will bring 24 swimmers to Berlin in August for the European Championships.
American-trained Dan Wallace will have a tall task ahead of him in the 400 IM with one of the deepest Commonwealth Games men’s 400 IM fields ever expected
World champion Sun Yang will compete at the Chinese National Championships in May, which will be the first time he has raced since being suspended from competing in November…
Kyle Chalmers shattered another national sprint record at the Australian Age Championships, and fellow 15-year-olds Matthew Wilson and Tamsin Cook joined him in adding their names to the record books on the third day of the youth meet down under.
Like most things in sports, doing the same exact strength training you did last season may not help you improve. To continue to get better, you need to challenge your body to learn more complex movements.
Artist Stefanie Rocknak created this stunning sculpture from one piece of wood.
Legendary Australian swimmer Dawn Fraser is optimistic about the Australian team’s chances heading into the Commonwealth Games…
Japan’s Kosuke Hagino will be one of 13 men to represent Japan at the Pan Pac Championships and the Asian Games.
World Champs bronze medalist Lauren Boyle headlines both the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacs squads for New Zealand.
The British Gas National Championships wrapped up Tuesday night. Things look bright for the British as the summer long course season rolls on.