Katinka Hosszu is opting out of backstroke events at this year’s European Short Course Championships. See what other surprises are in store on the entries.
Hungary’s Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu looks primed to sweep the women’s IM events in Glasgow, but she may not be the only one from her nation on the podium.
Great Britain’s 200m back bronze medalist from Gwangju, Luke Greenbank, will look to rain on the backstroke parade in Glasgow this week.
Commonwealth Games 200m fly gold medalist Alys Thomas made her presence known at the Wales Winter National Championships over the weekend.
Following up on his standout summer, Loughborough’s Archie Goodburn will try the Swim England Winter Championships on for size.
Teen Kayla Van Der Merwe is continuing her remarkable run this year, earning Swim England’s Talent Swimmer of the Year for 2019.
It won’t be a path without obstacles, but Dutch woman Kira Toussaint could grab double gold in Glasgow in women’s backstroke.
No real surprise entries for Florent Manaudou of France; the question will be just how fast will this Olympic medalist go in Glasgow?
Joseph Schooling of Singapore will try to defend his 100m free, 50m fly and 100m fly SEA Games titles this time around in the Phillippines.
Two-time World Champion Daiya Seto just threw down a lifetime best in the 200m IM over the weekend with a time that beat his Gwangju result.
With UK Athletics Chief ousted even prior to her start, British Swimming’s Jack Buckner’s name is being tossed around as a replacement.
Young gun Jakub Kraska, a Youth Olympic Games silver medalist, nailed a new best time in the SCM 100 free at the Polish Grand Prix over the weekend.
The Tasmanian teen was honored at the Swimming Australia annual awards last week, capping off her tremendous year of performance in the pool.
Daiya Seto wrapped up his 2019 Tokyo Open in major style, producing a 1:55.98 200 IM personal best en route to topping the podium.
Mandy Bell (center), formerly of the City of Derby Swim Club, has been named as Head Coach of Stockport Metro in England.