The IOC and Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee met to discuss what a post-coronavirus pandemic Olympic Games might look like next year.
Olympic medalist Emma McKeon was in the water several times on day 2 of the Queensland SC Championships, reaping multiple golds.
Less than a month after Maddy Gough established a new Aussie Record in the women’s SCM 1500 freestyle, the TSS Aquatic athlete dropped the mark even lower.
16-year-old Mollie O’Callaghan continues to improve, knocking down lifetime bests and Aussie National Age Records along her path.
Mollie O’Callaghan snagged two lifetime bests on day 1 of the 2020 Queensland Short Course Championships, including a huge 200 back Age Record.
Suited up and timed electronically, Duncan Scott was among Stirling swimmers who busted out promising swims to kick-off their push to the Tokyo Olympic Games.
St. Peters Western star Mitch Larkin took on 2 events to start his QLD SC Championships campaign, with the Olympic medalist coming up golden in both of them.
A handful of high-profile veterans and up-and-comers have turned some heads in having not been named to the British Performance squad for the 2020/21 season.
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker established a new national and continental record in the women’s SCM 200 breast while competing in Pretoria.
Although it didn’t involve logging a record, 17-year-old Sam Short still made history in the men’s 1500m free that took place in today’s timed finals in QLD.
“I’m really excited to finally be able to race again,” says 2016 Olympic athlete Annika Bruhn of Germany on heading to Heidelberg.
While competing on day 1 of the 2020 Queensland Championships, Lani Pallister crushed a new senior Australian National Record in the women’s 800m freestyle.
A couple of coaching change-ups were announced today by the German Swimming Federation (DSV), with the federal base of Potsdam at the center.
As a follow-up to one of our earlier reports on storied British swimming facility Ponds Forge being able to open, a target timeframe has now been established.