Bulgarian 15-year-old Yosif Miladinov blasted a 52.32 in the 100 fly – faster than the United States national age group record for 15-16s – at the Multinations Youth Meet in Graz, Austria.
16-year-old Lani Pallister finished day 4 of the Australian Age Championships with a perfect 4-for-4 record in gold medals, thanks in large part to two wins on the fourth day.
The official website for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics has released an event schedule, including the much-anticipated swimming event order that includes three new races: the men’s 800 free, women’s 1500 free and a mixed 4×100 medley relay.
It’s good news/bad news for Caeleb Dressel: a 100 fly/50 free finals double is now averted, but he could face a 100 fly finals/50 free semis/mixed medley relay finals triple on day 7 of the Tokyo Olympics.
25-year-old Michael Gunning broke a Jamaican record in the 200 long course meter fly, swimming in heats of British Nationals.
16-year-old Joshua Edwards-Smith broke an Australian age record on day 3 of the Age Championshoips, going 55.01 in the 100 back.
The U.S. Center for SafeSport has released an updated version of its SafeSport code, including some significant rewrites of the old Code.
On the heels of its national championship meet, Swimming Australia has named 26 athletes to its roster for the 2019 World University Games in Naples, Italy.
16-year-old Lani Pallister went 4:08.37 in the 400 free, dominating the second day of Australia’s Age Championships.
Maya DiRado’s DiradSquad edged Connor Jaeger’s Jaeg-Train by half a point in Richmond, but it’s Cammile Adams and the Adams Family who continue to lead the 2019 SwimSquad Battles.
Olivia Smoliga rocketed to the top of the 2019 Pro Swim Series chase for the $10,000 bonus with a big 100 back in Richmond. Meanwhile Michael Andrew led all money-earners to crack $20,000 in winnings for the series so far.
Almost three-quarters of voters selected California as the favorites to repeat for the men’s NCAA title next year. Cal won this season’s title after a dominant showing, ending a four-year run by the Texas Longhorns.
Brazil dominated the South American Youth Championships with 99 total medals: 42 more than any other nation.
14-year-old Ella Ramsay broke an Australian age record in prelims of the 200 IM, then won the first overall gold medal of Australia’s 2019 Age Championships.
Australia’s Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers had a stellar national championships meet last week, highlighted by a new personal best in the 100 free.