George Bovell is an Olympic star, with four Olympic Games participations in a row. He is the most respected &…
George Bovell, a name synonymous with Trinidadian swimming, recently enlisted the help of some elite friends in his quest to…
George Bovell earned this year’s Swammy for Male Central American & Caribbean Swimmer of the Year.
Trinidad and Tobago’s star swimmer George Bovell was just awarded the Sports Personality of the Year award, chosen by the TV6 viewers. CCN TV6 In Trinidad is one of the main television networks, adding more prestige to the award.
Citing personal reasons, George Bovell will no longer be competing in Doha at the FINA Short Course World Championships
With the swimming segment of the 2014 CAC Games at a close, let’s look at the key points from the thrilling competition.
Pinto, Pinzon, Gonzalez, Claverie, Vanderpool-Wallace, and Bovell collect gold as the swim competition of CAC Games comes to a close
Bovell, Carter to Headline CAC Games Roster for Trinidad and Tobago
Freestyle Flip Turn Part II: Olympian and The Race Club co-founder, Gary Hall Sr., breaks down “the flip” in the freestyle flip turn.
There’s been no denying that Australian sprinting is well on the rise and the Australians contain some of the fastest swimmers in the world on their roster. Five swimmers have been under 22 seconds this year in the 50m freestyle according to the TYR world rankings; all but one have been Australian.
2014 Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara Men’s 50 Freestyle – FINALS Bruno Fratus just missed 21 seconds, finishing first…
2013 World Championships bronze medalist George Bovell will be seeking his first career Commonwealth Games medal in 2014.
The Singapore Swim Stars meet, billed as a kick-off to the brand-new, state-of-the-art Aquatic Center in the Singapore Sports Hub, will award $150,000 in prize money between 10 total events, according to Italy’s SwimBiz.it.
Noemie Thomas kicked off night three of the Mel Zajac International with a vengeance, winning the 100m fly over rivals…
The 50m backstroke was dominated by Cal’s golden girls as Rachel Bootsma, Missy Franklin, and Elizabeth Pelton took the top three spots.