Many famous international swimmers competed on days 2 and 3 of FINA Masters Worlds. Noriko Inada (above) was a Japanese Olympian, turned a USMS swimmer posted the fastest times in the 200 back and 50 fly.
The 2017 FINA World Masters Championships began today at the Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary (above) The men’s and women’s 800 meter free were contested.
Empire Swimming’s 13 member team (above) based out of Westchester County, NY won both the women’s and combined team titles at 2017 Futures in Geneva, OH.
Empire Swim Club remains the combined team leader through day Geneva, OH Futures at the Spire Institute.
Tualatin Hills Swim Club remains on top of both the men’s and combined team scores after day 2 of USA Swimming Futures Championships at the George F. Haine Aquatic Center in Santa Clara, CA (above) Stock photo via Mike Lewis/Ola Vista Photography
The women’s 800, men’s 1500, and 800 free relays were contested tonight at futures championships across the country. Pictured is 800 free champ Meghan Joram. Photo from Univeristy of Pittsburgh team website.
Mchugh completes breaststroke sweep and Siefert and Dant (above) go head to head while Cheshire Women’s 3rd place relay finish help them stay in first in the standings. Stock photo via Mike Lewis/Ola Vista Photography