Ten years ago the South African men stunned the world and destroyed the field in the 4x100m freestyle relay in Athens. Here is how it went down.
Few have done it as long and as well as Roland Schoeman. Here are 5 keys to consistency and longevity with the sprinting star.
Ben Proud, Katerine Savard, Fran Halsall, Chris Walker-Hebborn and Adam Peaty all set new Commonwealth Games records during the second night of action in Glasgow…
Two-time World Cup series champion Chad Le Clos will be back in 2014.
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.
South African swimmers based in the United States were informed this morning that they would have to cover a portion…
South Africa will be sending a team of 21 athletes to compete at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow…
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.
Nathan Adrian threw down the fifth fastest time in the world this year, winning the 50 freestyle with a 21.73, not too far off of his personal best.
Adrian was first at the turn touching in at 23.00 on his feet. Ryan Lochte came off the wall with a great underwater dolphin kick, but wasn’t able to put himself in competition with Adrian, who smoked the rest of the field by over a full second touching the wall in 48.23.
Nathan Adrian smiles after his 48.2 win in the 100 free during the post race interview with Rowdy Gaines.
Michael Phelps is entered in three events in his first meet since the 2012 London Olympics. He will be swimming the 100 butterfly, the 50 freestyle, and the 100 freestyle and the 2014 Mesa Grand Prix.
NCAA co-champ Brad Tandy booked his ticket the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with a big 50 free swim on the closing day of South African Nationals.
At 33 years old, Roland Schoeman has qualified to once again represent South Africa at the Commonwealth Games. Tara Lynn Nicholas joins him after winning the women’s 100 breast of day 5.
Chad le Clos took the 200 back title on Wednesday, but was upended by another South African star, with relative ease, later in the session.