The Government of Western Australia has released plans concerning partnerships with Asia to help boost sports, tourism and overall international education.
A temporary, yet powerful training collaboration is about to go down at Griffith University later this week under storied Aussie coach Michael Bohl.
Frenchman Mehdy Metella notched two top seeds heading into tonight’s finals in Geneva.
Olympian and individual bronze medalist at the 2018 FINA Short Course World Championships, Felipe Lima of Brazil, has become a United States citizen.
Scottish National Coach Alan Lynn says of his young swimmers taking on the Geneva International Challenge this weekend, “This is a great test for our swimmers and we hope they will enjoy the challenge of racing against high quality competitors in Switzerland.”
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling looks to get his 2019 swimming underway at this weekend’s Flanders Cup in Antwerp, Belgium.
30-year-old Shane Tusup, former coach of multiple Olympic gold medalist Katinka Hosszu, has announced he will be engaging in an entirely new sporting endeavor.
Catch the latest on happenings outside the pool, including news on Cullen Jones, Emily Brunneman and a swimming anime series.
The City of Sunderland ASA New Year Meet is taking place this weekend, along with several county championships including Essex, Nottinghamshire and Suffolk.
2016 Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers is once again the main attraction of the 2019 South Australian State Long Course Championships, but he’ll have Japanese company.
At the Anadolu Yıldızlar Ligi Seçmesi ve Performans Tespit Yarışları meet in Mersin, Turkey at the end of last month, 13-year-old Atakan Malgil made waves with a new National Age Group Record in the men’s 400m IM.
2018 Youth Olympic Games breakout star Thomas Ceccon of Italy is scheduled to compete in Geneva this weekend to kick-off his 2019.
United Kingdom Coaching’s Performance Foundation Coach Support Program has selected 5 English swimming coaches to join the program for its 2nd wave.
“I enjoy the hardships,” is how 24-year-old World Record holder Xu Jiayu of China described his recent training at over 1500m above sea level.
Two Japanese powerhouse athletes wasted no time getting some in-season racing under their belts, as both newly-minted World Record holder Daiya Seto and last year’s Asian Games MVP Rikako Ikee took to domestic pools.