London Roar’s Guilherme Guido will look to do his part in the backstroke events during match 5 of the ISL season 2 in Budapest.
The 2020 Russian Swimming Championships conclude on Friday, October 30th and we’ve already seen some tremendous performances from both the men and women.
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Oleg Kostin logged a time of 22.82 in the men’s 50m fly to take gold ahead of newly-minted World Junior Record holder Andrei Minakov.
17-year-old Ilya Borodin rocked a huge personal best in the men’s 400 IM en route to logging a new World Junior Record in Kazan.
World Championships finalist Clyde Lewis was in the water contesting the Aussie Virtual Relay Blitz series of relay races.
Check out some of the impressive short course times thrown down by Australian women at their unique relay blitz this month at home.
While competing as a member of the Brisbane Bisons, 16-year-old Mollie O’Callaghan put up a world-class 100m freestyle time leading off her squad.
Taking a look at Australia’s recent relay blitz, a West Australian’s name jumped out from the results in the form of 2016 Olympian Tamsin Cook.
Andrei Minakov is hot on the trail of a big-time swim in the men’s 50m fly, already putting up a lifetime best in the Russian Nats semifinal.
With another 2:07-low under his belt Russia’s Anton Chupkov isn’t going anywhere anytime soon in the breaststroke events.
Several Dutch national team members not competing in the ISLcontested events last weekend at an internal training meet in Eindhoven.
The 2nd place NY Breakers are hoping swimmers like Marco Koch will have another big performance in them to keep them ahead of 3rd place Iron.
17-year-old Matt Sates impressed across several events at these 2020 South African Short Course Championships in Pietermaritzburg.
The 2020 Russian Swimming Championships continued with Stanford commit Andrei Minakov doing his thing in the men’s 100m fly.