It was a weekend of record-breaking swims for the rising swim stars who took part in the XXIX Central American…
Today was the first day of racing for Hungarian superstar, Katinka Hosszu, although it was one of the lightest day she’s had in a long time. Her only event was the 100 backstroke, where she posted a 59.83 in prelims.
Katie McLaughlin and Will Licon capped off the 2015 Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions with a lifetime-best each en route to individual wins.
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Italy’s ASD Natatorium played host to this year’s Treviso Swim Cup, where amateur and professional swimmers alike took to the…
At the prelims today of the visitbloomington.com Bucceto Open at Indiana University, Katie Ledecky put together a controlled 200 meter freestyle,…
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The Russian team capped off their tremendous 23 gold medal-winning performance over the course of these games with a new World Junior Record in Chupkov’s 100 breaststroke race, as well as in the men’s 400 medley relay event.
Abbey Weitzeil (above) nearly established a new personal record for herself in the 100m free finals.
2015 European Games Day 4 Finals Live Recap: GBR’s Luke Greenbank Nabs New World Junior Record in 200 Back
Great Britain’s Luke Greenbank raced his way to a new World Junior Record mark in the 200 backstroke on Day 4 of the 2015 European Games.
Ever since defeating defending champion and heavy favourite Rebecca Adlington on her home soil, Ledecky has been in control of the event.
Opening night of the 2015 Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions saw a pair of Sandpipers of Nevada teammates sweep the wins in lifetime-best efforts.
With Katie Ledecky all but guaranteed a gold medal in this event, the race will be between Mireia Belmonte Garcia, Jazmin Carlin, and Lauren Boyle for the silver medal.
Follow along for live updates from day three of the 2015 European Games.
The Inaugural European Games continue today with an exciting line-up of finals, including the women’s 400 freestyle and men’s 200 breaststroke from Baku.