2016 100 free Olympic Champion Penny Oleksiak took gold in that same event in the last session of the 2020 Pro Swim Series Knoxville.
Mireia Belmonte capped off the 2020 Catalonia Open with another two victories, bringing her total up to seven individual race wins for the meet. Belmonte won the women’s 1500 and 200 freestyle on the final morning.
After Miguel Duran (above) and Albert Escrits Manosa took gold and bronze respectively in the 400 free, they shared gold this morning in the 800 free.
13-year old Canadian Summer McIntosh raced to a 7th place finish in the A-final of the women’s 400 IM at the 2020 Pro Swim Series – Knoxville.
Mireia Belmonte did not disappoint during the first finals sessions of the 2020 Catalonia Open, taking gold in both the 400 free and 200 IM.
Canadian Olympian and four time World Championship medalist Sydney Pickrem has announced via Instagram that she has joined Team Speedo.
Night one of the 2020 Catalonia Open Championships featured prelim swimming for both the men’s and women’s 400 free, 100 fly, 100 breast, 200 back, 50 free, 200 IM and 4×100 free.
The Catalan Swimming Federation is set to host the Catalonia Open Championships this week, running from Thursday, Jan. 16th through to Saturday, Jan. 19th.
Water Polo Australia (WPA) announced on Friday that they will be joining the fight against the rampant bushfires, currently tearing through their country.
This year’s Swammy Award for Canadian Coach of the Year goes to Tom Johnson of the High Performance Centre, Vancouver.
Rocco Meiring, coach of Tatjana Schoenmaker, is SwimSwam’s 2019 Swammy Award winner as African Coach of the Year.
Katinka Hosszu has been named the Swammy Award winner for European Swimmer of the Year for the 4th time in her career.
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty is the winner of the 2019 European Male Swimmer of the Year Swammy Award
Andrei Minakov won medals at the European Junior Championships, World Championships, and World Junior Championships as he drug his taper out for over a month.
After 3 World Record and 2 World Championship gold medals, American Regan Smith was a runaway choice for the 2019 World Female Jr. Swimmer of the Year award.