Siobhan-Marie O’Connor reflected on her performances at the 2015 Scottish Swimming Championships in this video, courtesy of Scottish Swimming on YouTube.
Courtesy of Baku 2015 European Games on YouTube, we’ve got race videos of the finals from day 5 in Baku, including the Junior World Record 100 breast from Russia’s Anton Chupkov.
Robbie Renwick swam his fastest 100 free since British Trials with a 49.81 at Scottish Nationals to take home his first individual victory of the meet.
Scottish swimming super-star Michael Jamieson picked up another national championship victory this Friday with a win in his top event, the 200m breaststroke.
Charlotte Henshaw broke her own European record in the women’s SB6 Class 100m breaststroke Friday at Scottish Nationals with a time of 1:37.56.
Russia’s Alina Openysheva topped Dutch rival Marritt Steenbergen to win the 200 free on day 4.
Several NC State swimmers spent the week training with the NCAA champion Texas Longhorns, and the two programs slated a rematch of the NCAA final with a long course 4×50 free relay after practice.
The High Performance Centre – Ontario along with Richard Funk took to Europe for a three week training and racing camp, competing on the Mare Nostrum Tour and soaking up some sun as is evident in the video above.
Greg Mescall talks FINA, chats with Adam Krikorian, and helps us take to the skies.
Courtesy of the Baku 2015 European Games on YouTube, we have race video of most of the finals from day 1. You can check out more videos from other sports at the Games by following this link.
Multiple former NCAA Champions participated in the coaches; relay to end all coaches’ relay on Monday night in Austin.
Follow along for live updates from the first day of the inaugural European Games.
“I hated when I saw the rumors that I actually did retire; I never did retire. I always wanted to leave it open for myself and I want to get back into shape. It’s one of those things that if I can get back into shape, maybe I’ll see what I can go in the pool.”
Current world leader Femke Heemskerk of the Netherlands was all but untouchable during her first ever taste of competition on U.S. soil.