Now that the ISF-Aachen has concluded, the meet which represented the final qualifying opportunity for Dutch swimmers to gain a…
Kyle Stolk took the men’s 100m free race in Aachen yesterday, but fell shy of the KNZB-dictated qualification time for Hangzhou.
Check out the action shots from this year’s Australian Short Course Championships in Melbourne.
Japanese swimmer Takeshi Kawamoto equaled the national record in the men’s 50m fly on day 1 of the nation’s Short Course Selection Meet. But, he took his swimming to another level on day 2, raking in a new national standard outright in the 100m distance of the same discipline.
2018 Pan Pacs champion Yasuhiro Koseki has kept his impressive year going strong, adding another national record to his 2018 resume.
Sprinter Katsumi Nakamura is just one of the Japanese swimmers who cracked the world’s top 5 tonight in Tokyo.
Said Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers on teammate Thomas Fraser-Holmes’ return to an elite international squad, “That was one of the most inspirational races I’ve ever witnessed. This guys been through it all over the past 18 months, but is now back on top!”
Jesse Puts of Netherlands took 50m free gold at the last edition of the Short Course World Championships. Falling short of the Dutch qualifying time for Hangzhou, he’ll need to depend on a discretionary pick to the squad for a chance to defend his title.
Jesse Puts clocked a winning 50m free time of 21.18 in Aachen, falling painstakingly shy of the 21.15 Dutch-mandated QT for Short Course World Championships during this morning’s prelims.
Yasuhiro Koseki followed up his Pan Pacs and Asian Games golds with a new 100m breast national record heading into this December’s Short Course World Championships.
Pan Pacs champions Yasuhiro Koseki and Daiya Seto did major damage on day 1 of the Japanese Short Course Championships, rocking the world rankings in the process.
Although Kyle Chalmers, Emma McKeon and Lani Pallister are among those opting out of Hangzhou, the 20-strong Aussie line-up for this December’s Short Course World Championships is ripe with talent both new and seasoned.
Cameron McEvoy proved his back once again, doubling up on his 100 free from night 1 with a commanding victory in the 50m free on the final night in Melbourne.
Olympic medalist Emily Seebohm scored two medals during timed finals in Melbourne this morning, taking gold the 50m back and bronze in the 50m breast. She’ll contest the women’s 200m IM final this evening.
Ok, so it’s technically Saturday in Australia, but Friday in the United States…either way, get in on the last prelims session of the 2018 Australian Short Championships in Melbourne.