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.
Anna Hopkin hails from Great Britain, but has been making the most of her stateside home of the University of Arkansas.
The Japanese government has instituted a new tax on any traveler over the age of 2 leaving the nation.
Reigning 200m breaststroke World Record holder Rikke Møller Pedersen of Denmark has announced her retirement.
Jacob Whittle, 14, matched the British Age Group Record in the men’s 50m freestyle this weekend.
With all of the Vic Sprint Championships events’ finals taking place today, Sunday, January 13th, the pool never settled down at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Center.
With the next edition Summer Olympic Games on the horizon, less than 560 days from now, British Swimming is getting hyped for what this upcoming calendar year will bring.
The 2019 Victorian Sprint Championships meet kicked off on today in Melbourne, where a fury of 66 events will be contested over just 2 days.
Multiple Junior Pan Pacs champion Lani Pallister took the women’s 1.2k title at this year’s Lorne Pier to Pub open water race.
Former Australian National Teamer-turned-Hong Kong swimmer Kenneth To has joined the High Performance International Group within Gator Swim Club. As of…
A group of China’s national swimming team, including Olympic champion Sun Yang, is currently training in Kunmig, capital of southwest China’s Yunnan Province.
Despite reports in leading French media outlets, Japanese Olympic Committee President Tsunekazu Takeda has denied being indicted in France on corruption charges related to Tokyo’s winning 2020 Olympic bid.
Both Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel rank among Sports Illustrated’s list of ‘Most Fit Athletes in Sports’. Take a look to find out where they fall on the list.
In light of the fact that the idea of Olympic bans for athletes who compete in ISL events this year is still lurking in the air, Swimming Australia Chief Executive Leigh Russell is initiating talks to try to avoid devastation in 2020.
The 2019 Victorian Sprint Championships meet kicks off on Saturday in Melbourne, where a fury of 66 events will be contested over just 2 days.