In Briefs: Tamsin Cook, 2nd from left, has been awarded the Railtrain Junior Sports Star of the Year. The 17-year-old is pictured here with Marguerite Oliver from the Hancock Family Medical Foundation, fellow Australian swimmer Brianna Throssell, and Gina Rinehart.
Dutch Swimming’s Technical Director, Joop Alberda, has announced he will be leaving the organization sometime after the 2016 Olympic Games.
Laszlo Cseh has put the world on notice yet again that he “is still in the race”.
Dutch speeding bullet Ranomi Kromowidjojo fired off a gold medal-winning 50 freestyle at the 2015 European Short Course Championships, but really turned heads with her sub-23 split as the medley relay anchor.
Sharing celebrations with someone you love makes it that much more special, says the #IronLady Katinka Hosszu.
Georgia’s Hali Flickinger did some damage to the NCAA A cut lists over the weekend at the UGA Invite. See who else made cuts over the weekend.
Jazmin Carlin swam away with 2 medals at the 2015 European Short Course Championships, but still recognizes the ever-present threat that is Katie Ledecky, on her route to Rio.
Yannick Kaeser scored a new Swiss National Record in the 100 LCM breaststroke after touching in 1:00.61 in a time trial.
Can’t get enough of French backstroking star Camille Lacourt? He now has his own statue in a French wax museum.
2016 Olympic Games athletes can put their fans away…..for now.
Team Italy swam into the Team Trophy at the 2015 European Short Course Championships.
Laszlo Cseh’s European Record/gold medal-winning 200m butterfly helped push Hungary into double digit territory for number of gold medals at the 2015 European SC Championships.
Chris Walker-Hebborn (center) earned a new British 50m backstroke National Record en route to silver in the men’s 50m backstroke in Israel tonight.
Hungary’s Laszlo Cseh is proving once again that 30 years old looks good on him! He clocked a brand new European Record in the men’s 200 butterfly in 1:49.00, a time which translates to around 1:50.30-ish in LCM.
Hungarian Katinka Hosszu at it again, breaking the World Record in the 100m IM in Israel.