Just days after the Australian Swiming League (ASL) was announced, its CEO Stuart Coventry provided a few more details about the unique organization.
Another swimmer has dropped a significant event for these 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games which officially opened today, July 23rd.
The #1 200 IM swimmer in the world right now, Kaylee McKeown of Australia, has dropped the event for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
David Popovici of Romania may be just 16 years of age but he’s a force in the men’s 100m free. Find out when he swims here.
Chad Le Clos of South Africa will be carrying his nation’s flag in the opening ceremonies of the postponed 2020 Olympic Games kicking off shortly in Tokyo.
In a matter of just days, all of the swimming action will commence at the newly constructed Tokyo Olympic Aquatics Center.
Six Polish swimmers who had already arrived in Tokyo were forced to turn around back to their home nation due to submission errors.
The Polish Swimming Federation released a more detailed statement concerning the situation involving six would-be Olympians being sent home from Tokyo.
A second professional swimming league born out of Australia called the Australian Swimming League (ASL) has just been announced.
Two Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) swimmers provisionally suspended will now be able to compete at the soon-to-start 2020 Olympic Games.
With an incredibly stacked field, a current or former world record holder may be left off the men’s 200m breast Olympic podium.
On Friday, June 11th, Dave Tonge of Wales completed a 24-hour wetsuited swim in an endless pool, setting a world record in the process.
Take a look at the day-by-day event lineups for Aussies Emma McKeon, Kaylee McKeown, Kyle Chalmers and Matt Temple in Tokyo.
So, about that Tokyo timing….here’s a snapshot of what 4 of the top American swimmers’ schedules will look like at the Olympic Games.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu will not be swimming the 100m backstroke in Tokyo, which leaves yet another golden opportunity open for another swimmer.