Previews & Recaps
Cate Campbell keeps on bringing it! 52.96 for Aussie gold in women’s 100m freestyle tonight in Beijing.
Once again the Campbell sisters of Australia will go head to head in the women’s 100 freestyle…
American star Missy Franklin started off the 2015 Beijing World Cup stop with a bronze medal in the women’s 200 freestyle.
Emily Seebohm is part of a loaded women’s backstroke field assembling in Beijing.
The race for the World Cup’s second cluster points win (and the $50,000 bonus that comes along with it) is coming down to the wire on the men’s side, with Cameron van der Burgh and Masato Sakai going back and forth in Beijing.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Japan’s Masato Sakai earned the biggest paychecks of the Beijing World Cup in multi-medal performances.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu crossed a major barrier on day 1 of the Beijing World Cup, becoming the first swimmer in World Cup history to surpass 200 total medals, according to circuit organizer FINA.