Apostalon, a 9-time NCAA All-American and the queen of swim-offs, qualified for the Czech Republic team to the European Championships this past weekend in Prague.
Fesikova didn’t swim her best event, the 100 back, using the 200 meter race instead as a ‘training distance’ as she prepares for the European Championships.
The French claimed four out of six titles in the individual races at the European Junior Open Water Swimming Championships in Malta. Sadly, the relay events were cancelled on the last day.
Anna Hopkins won Sportswoman of the Year, while her British National teammate Duncan Scott was short-listed for Sportsman of the Year.
With the European Championships kicking off in less than 20 days, re-live some of the action building up to the big event in the form of British swimmer Ben Proud’s furious 50m free from last month.
Greece won the big game of Day 2, edging out Italy and gaining advantage in the race for the top spot in Group A. The other matches saw the favorites doing their jobs, this time it was Hungary’s turn to score more than 30 goals and set a new national record.
Olivia Gardner from England’s Ellesmere College Titans has announced she will swim for the Akron Zips next year.
Katinka Hosszu is racing at the 2018 LA Invite this weekend, and told SwimSwam that she is training at USC until Euros in August.