On the final session of the Mare Nostrum Tour in Canet Jeanette Ottesen Gray swam a blazing 25.56 to win…
Felipe Lima posted this shot of the Canet pool from day 1 of the 2013 Mare Nostrum series.
On the second night of the Mare Nostrum competition in Monaco Olympic champion Camille Muffat dominated the field in the 400 freestyle…
Ruta Meilutyte won the 100 breaststroke destroying the field by almost three full seconds in a blazing 1:05.20 setting meet…
With the World Trials approaching, the name “Mare Nostrum” is also in the air. But what is this “Mare Nostrum”…
Chad le Clos (above) is part of a loaded field that will compete in Europe over the next month. Also on the list is a pair of Georgia Bulldogs. (Photo Credit: Staccioli/Arena)
There may never be another Phelps, but there must always be a next. (Photo: OmegaTiming.com)
Swim South Africa has released the full roster for FINA World Championships this summer.
“First” is a cinema event featuring first-time Olympic athletes, like Missy Franklin, from the 2012 London Olympic Games.
After a green pool marred the championships, Dean Price says that the organization will expand its qualifying procedures. (Photo: Roland Schoeman/via Twitter)
Chad le Clos will focus on all 3 butterfly events, not the 200 IM, at the 2013 World Championships, according to this interview with Karien Jonckheere.
Chad le Clos achieved his second FINA ‘A’ standard of the week to finish off South African Nationals. (Photo Credit: Daniele Badolato / Lapresse)
Graham Hill talks with SwimSwam contributor Karien Jonckheere about the delays at SA Nationals, Chad’s injury battle, and an analysis on how the team looks going into the summer.
South Africa’s Chad le Clos, at long last, became the first member of the World Championship team without any question-marks attached. (Photo Credit: Daniele Badolato / Lapresse)
Karien Jonckheere interviews Swimming South Africa High Performance Director Dean Price about the decision to cancel the World Championship Trials for a second straight day.