Taylor Ruck of Canada got her hand on the wall first in the women’s 100m back final in Lausanne, relegating Hungarian Katinka Hosszu to silver.
South African Olympian Calvyn Justus has been training with the Trojan Swim Club under Dave Salo.
Elijah Winnington of Bond took home the Swimmer of the Meet honor at this year’s Queensland Championships.
Katinka Hosszu is ending her 2018 year of seemingly continuous racing with quick morning swims in Lausanne.
SwimSwam’s 2018 Swammy Award for Male Asian Swimmer of the Year is bestowed upon Daiya Seto of Japan.
“Today, I like to share my story with you, because I am innocent and I am convinced that the truth will prevail,” says Kira Toussaint, world-class backstroker of Netherlands who tested positive for a banned substance on the eve of this year’s Short Course World Championships.
Calvyn Justus and Doug Erasmus both took gold in Durban to wrap up 2018.
2017 World Championships finalist Kaylee McKeown was back in the Brisbane Aquatic Center pool today, contesting the women’s 200m backstroke as part of the Queensland Championships.
James Guy & Edward Mildred from the 2018 Swim England Winter Championships.
Tokyo 2020 organizers have announced the two locations at which the Olympic flame will be housed during the upcoming Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games less than 2 years from now.
“I am now fully geared up for a tough training program to prepare for the (long-course) world championships in Gwangju (South Korea) next year and the Olympics in Tokyo,” Sun Yang said after his nation’s bronze in the men’s 4x200m free relay in Hangzhou.
Lani Pallister crushed a new personal best 200 LCM freestyle time of 1:58.79 tonight in Queensland, while Elijah Winnington scored double wins and Thomas Hauck took down a Queensland All Comers Record.
16-year-old Wang Jianjiahe wrapped up her tremendous year with an individual gold and individual silver at the 2018 Short Course World Championships in Hangzhou, despite a little mix-up in her 800 free heats.
Japanese Olympian, Pan Pacs champion and 2018 Asian Games MVP Rikako Ikee of Japan took things to a new level while training at altitude.
25-year-old Ning Zetao, the 2015 double world champion in 50/100 freestyle, earned his 2nd title of these 2018 Queensland Championships.