Adam Peaty was incredibly impressive in Berlin winning a total of four gold and breaking the world record in the men’s 50 breaststroke…
Sarah Sjostrom was a sprint beast over last week, but her world-leading split on the 4×200 free relay shows she’s far more than a fly-and-die type.
Fran Halsall won gold in the women’s 50 free to cap off a dominating week for the Brits. Great Britain led all of Europe with 9 gold medals in the pool and 24 total pieces of hardware.
Fran Halsall started off the final night of competition in Berlin by taking gold in the women’s 50 freestyle…
Ruta Meilutyte was somehow faster in the 50 breaststroke after getting off of a trans-continental flight. That and more in our 9 Big Things.
Vlad Morozov won the 50 back already this week, and he’ll take to the pool for his signature 50 free for Russia this morning.
Florent Manaudou of France was the only swimmer under 48 seconds in the 100m freestyle final as he took home gold in the blue ribbon event.
Jeanette Ottesen took gold in the 100 butterfly finishing one one-hundredth of a second ahead of Sarah Sjostrom…
Katinka Hosszu’s triple, including two individual wins, was a big highlight of night 4 from Berlin.
Mie Nielsen finished in a tie for the gold medal in the 100 back, coming home in a deadlock with Hungarian star Katinka Hosszu.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom (above) won the women’s 100 free on Wednesday for her second individual title of the meet. Serbian Velimir Stjepanovic added his second gold as well.
Sweden picked up three medals on day 3, including gold from Sarah Sjostrom in the 100 free.
France’s Florent Manaudou, tied for the win in the men’s 50 fly on day 2 at the 2014 European Championships.
Fran Halsall and the Brits scored seven total medals on day 2, three of them gold, to take the lead in the European Championships medal table.
Yannick Agnel will try to put a tough day 1 at the 2014 European Championships behind him as he begins his best event with the prelims of the 200 free on Tuesday.