James Magnussen is the subject of one of Fantasy Swimming’s bigger rivalries at the moment.
Jessica Hardy won gold in the women’s 100 breast at Pan Pacs day 2. That race video and more here!
Jeannette Ottesen’s big 100 fly win pushed her home nation of Denmark to the top of the European Championship medal tables with two days to go.
Lights-out Ledecky: Katie Ledecky showed her speed with a relay run-down, and proved she can take over the American team with Missy Franklin slowed up by an injury.
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty has crashed onto the world scene this year, and his rise continued at the European Championships today. Peaty crushed his semifinal swim of the 50 breaststroke to break the world record in the event.
Hosting the second-ever Youth Olympic Games, China dominated the medal count, hitting double digits with 10 golds and 17 total medals.
Katinka Hosszu won two golds for Hungary on day 4, pushing her country into a tie with Great Britain in total golds. Both countries picked up 5 total medals on day 4.
Nathan Adrian beat defending World Champ James Magnussen for the top seed in the men’s 100 free. Both men were flirting with the 48-second barrier this morning.
Ryosuke Irie’s big 100 back win powered Team ChasingKalisz to the lead in the newly-formed DeckChange league.
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.
The 2014 Pan Pacs meet kicks off from Australia today, with Ryosuke Irie set to clash with a whole field of talented 100 backstrokers.
#FantasySwimming goes international, expands to two leagues for Pan Pacs & ‘Ricky’ returns to defend Lane4 title
After a highly-successful run in its official debut at U.S. Nationals, the newly-formed sport of #FantasySwimming is back for the Pan Pacific Championships, now expanded into two separate leagues.
Sweden picked up three medals on day 3, including gold from Sarah Sjostrom in the 100 free.
Liliana Szilagyi made a statement about the bright future of Hungarian swimming by winning the Youth Olympic title in the 200 fly with the 3rd-fastest time swum in the entire world this season.