The 2020 Russian Open Water Championships wrapped up today in Anapa, but not before Kirill Abrosimov snagged another gold, this time in the 16k.
In an effort to control costs, organizers of the 2024 Olympic Games are reportedly now considering abandoning original swimming pool plans.
The subject of mental health is embedded within the Japanese sporting structure in light of the toll a pandemic and Olympic postponement can have on athletes.
Be sure to mark your aquatic calendars for the key international swimming meets set to take place during the month of October.
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Czech swimmers got some racing in earlier this month, taking part in a short course competition in Znojmo. The filed included Euro Jr medalist Adam Hloben.
Sasha Touretski took part in her first meet back in the water since the death of her legendary coaching father Gennadi Touretski.
Suzuka Hasegawa threw down a massive 200m fly time last weekend and is set to compete at the Japan Student Championships.
A huge chunk of London Roar has departed, as the team announced that its Aussie constituents have pulled out of ISL season.
New Zealand’s Short Course Championships are still set for October but will be changing venues due to coronavirus restrictions.
A wide-ranging study by the University of Oxford now puts the costs of the Tokyo Games at $15.84 billion, a mark nearly 3 times the original budget.
Multi-international medalist Shane Ryan heads up the top tier of Swim Ireland’s just-announced national performance squads for the 2020-21 season.
German national record holder Jessica Steiger was back in the water for the first time in months, shaking off those competition cobwebs.
Several new faces have the potential to shine brightly during season 2 of the International Swimming League (ISL) competitions.
Just 10 months prior to the rescheduled 2020 Olympic Games, Koji Murofushi, the organization committee’s Sports Director, has resigned.