ALL THE LINKS YOU NEED TO FOLLOW THE 2014 COMMONWEALTH GAMES CAN BE FOUND HERE Men’s 50 butterfly 2010…
Miley broke her own Commonwealth Games record to qualify for finals in 4:38.83.
Start lists were released on Wednesday for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, where swimming is set to begin on Thursday, and Chad…
Two-time World Cup series champion Chad Le Clos will be back in 2014.
MEN’S BACKSTROKES – PREVIEW Commonwealth Games 2014. Glasgow, Scotland. July 24-August 2 50m back- Sunday July 27th 100m back –…
Fraser-Holmes is currently the Commonwealth record holder in the 400m IM with the 4:10.14 he swam at Australian nationals in 2013. If he’s able to swim a time like that at Commonwealths he’ll break Chad Le Clos’ games record of 4:13.25 and definitely be in contention for the gold.
According to a letter sent out by Swimming South Africa, Chad le Clos has not registered an interest to race Michael Phelps and crew at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships.
The final stop of the circuit will feature a big-time showdown of the top two 200 flyers in the world for 2014, Chad le Clos and Daiya Seto (pictured).
South Africa will be sending a team of 21 athletes to compete at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow…
Though this stop of the circuit will not include female money-earning leader Katinka Hosszu, there are still loaded fields in each event as some of the top British, Canadian and Polish athletes will make their Mare Nostrum debuts in Canet.
Nathan Adrian picked up a win in the 100 free and pushed through as the top seed in the 50 free on day of the 2014 Mare Nostrum-Monaco meet.
Former world champ Pawel Korzeniowski highlighted the first day of the Polish National Championships by blasting his way into the top 5 of the world ranks in the 200 fly.
Japanese backstroker Ryosuke Irie is one of a number of international swimming stars set to compete this weekend on the first stop of the whirlwind weeklong Mare Nostrum tour .
Double butterfly World Champion Chad le Clos will be racing at the 2014 Monaco stop of the Mare Nostrum series.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games have officially sold out spectator tickets for the swimming and diving events as anticipation continues to build for one among this summer’s slate of premier international competitions.