HardCore Swim of the Week: Etiene Medeiros’ triple-record run highlights a rebound short course season for Brazil
In 2012, Brazil won just two total medals at Short Course World Championships. In 2014, Etiene Medeiros could match that total all by herself.
After the big success of British breaststroking in the summer of 2014, Henrique Barbosa will see how their programs work for him.
Femke Heemskerk and Cesar Cielo each won one more event each on the final day of competition to power Fiat/Minas to the team title at Brazil’s Jose Finkel Trophy.
Femke Heemskerk broke the Netherlands’ national 200 IM record, then came back to power her 4×100 free relay to victory on night 5 in Brazil.
Cesar Cielo won the 50 on day 3, though a bad turn left him slower than his preliminary time.
Cesar Cielo put up a lightning-quick relay split on day 1 of the Jose Finkel trophy, and at prelims of day 3, he followed it up with the world’s fastest 50 free of 2014.
Cielo blasts giant relay split, Heemskerk wins twice on opening night of Brazil’s Jose Finkel Trophy
Cesar Cielo put up a huge 20.57 split on the 4×50 free relay, one of the highlights of the Jose Finkel Trophy’s first night.
Femke Heemskerk (above) and countrymate Moniek Nijhuis will represent Minas Tenis at the 2014 Jose Finkel Trophy: Brazil’s short course national championship meet.
9-time Olympic medalist and Australian Swim Star Ian Thorpe shares his thoughts on watching the races at the 2014 European Championships.
What do Allison Schmitt, Cesar Cielo and Bruno Fratus have in common? They’re all swimming in the new adidas “adizero gld2.0” technical suit this coming season.
#5 – “The 2008 Michael Phelps” – You just had the best race of your life and you want to let it out.
Cesar Cielo finished his swimming at the Metropolitano in Belo Horizonte, Brazil with an impressive early-season swim in the short…
Cesar Cielo began his reacclimation to the 25 meter pool on Friday in Belo Horizonte.
Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson has informed the Brazilian federation that they will refuse a credential to Scott Volkers if…
With some of France’s top stars absent, it was an international free-for-all at the French Open. Katinka Hosszu won three events and David Verraszto, two; James Magnussen had a solid 100 free; and Lauren Boyle broke the meet record in the 800.