In case you missed it, check out the top 5 swims from this year’s Military World Games, which wrapped up from Wuhan, China earlier this week.
Joseph Schooling came within tenths of the Singaporean national record in the 200m IM in the morning and followed up with 50 fly gold at night in Melbourne.
17-year-old Gabriella Peiniger enters the list of all-time Aussie women SCM 100 fly performers with her title-winning swim in Melbourne.
All Saints’ Thomas Hauck is nicknamed ‘tomahawk’ for a reason. Tonight in Melbourne he earned his 2nd Aussie senior national title at just 16 years of age.
France’s Florent Manaudou will be back in action in November representing Team Energy Standard at ISL meets, but check out additional action around the world.
24-year-old Olympian Joseph Schooling broke the Singaporean national record in the men’s SCM 100 freestyle in Australia tonight.
The 61st Japanese Short Course Swimming Championships are slated for this weekend in Tokyo, with double world champion Daiya Set set to race.
The 2019 Australian Short Course Championships kicked off in Melbourne today, with 16-year-old Thomas Hauck nailing his first-ever senior national title.
Earlier this month, as part of its 150th-anniversary festivities, Swim England announced the first 26 members of its inaugural Hall of Fame class.
Sarah Sjostrom won 4 individual medals at the 2017 edition of the European Short Course Championships, but the Swede will be opting out of this year’s event.
China ran away with the pool swimming team trophy at the 2019 Military World Games, with Chen Jie just one of the nation’s 5 gold medalists tonight.
Olympic champion Mack Horton is ready to race at the 2019 Australian Short Course Championships and his events will include a rapid-fire sprint onslaught.
Swim England has revealed its roster of 17 rising stars set for its 2019-20 Performance Squad, which includes backstroker Chloe Golding.
Erin Gallagher and Brandon Schuster were honored by ANOC for their outstanding performances at the respective African Games and Pacific Games.
Russia’s Anton Chupkov showed the men’s 200m breast who’s boss on day 4 of the 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan, China.