Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom has had one of the best non-championship sessions of her career on the first night of the 2014 Swedish Grand Prix #2.
Katinka Hosszu won a pair of events on day 2 of the 2013 Salnikov Cup, including nearly a lifetime best in the 200 fly.
World Champion Sarah Sjostrom was the lone female double winner on the first day of the 2013 Salnikov Cup in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Katinka Hosszu will continue to roll one of the richest prize-money seasons in swimming history into the Salnikov Cup in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Sarah Sjostrom led the Swedes to the World Record in the 200 free relay, but not the fastest all-time relay. Not even close.
Sarah Sjostrom let out an iconic roar after winning the World Championship in the women’s 100 meter butterfly.
Chad Le Clos (above) and Katinka Hosszu combined for over $600,000 of the more than two-million given away at the FINA World Cup Series in 2013.
Cate Campell (featured image with sister Bronte) was a 51.67 to win the 100 free in Singapore. That moves her ahead of Emma McKeon as the second-fastest Australian in history.
Race video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam Partner. Women’s 100 Fly – Singapore FINA World Cup –…
Watch Ruta Meilutyte break the World Record in the women’s 100 breaststroke in Moscow.
World Championships silver medalist Vladimir Morozov join two women, Yuliya Efimova and Sarah Sjostrom, who brought home gold in Barcelona…
The Swedish Swimming Federation have published their qualifying standards for the 2014 European Aquatic Championships that will run from August 13-24 in Berlin…
Katinka Hosszu can now add a world record to her already impressive resume with a victory in the 200 SCM IM at the FINA World Cup stop at Eindhoven (Photo Credit: Victor Puig, victorpuig.com)
Simone Manuel becomes the fastest 18 and under in American history in the 50 freestyle. She is the first to break 25 seconds, swimming faster than the 15-16 and 17-18 National Age Group Records. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Before the events began Australian Cate Campbell was asked if this race felt like revenge after missing the 2012 individual event at the Olympics due to illness, she corrected the interviewer, not revenge, motivation…. (Photo Credit Victor Puig, victorpuig.com)