With the 2016 Rio Olympics disappearing in the rearview mirror, the Swimnex crew that predicted Rio’s winning times is looking forward to Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020’s ’old metals into new medals’ initiative got a welcome boost from athletes taking part in the Japan Open 2017…
FINA, the international governing body for 6 disciplines of aquatics sports, has put forth a proposal to add high diving…
Les spécialistes de sprint comme Florent Manaudou bénéficieraient de la proposition de la FINA.
Katie Ledecky has dominated the world stage in the distance events and may have the opportunity to do so in the future with the introduction of the women’s 1500.
Swimming Australia has selected the Niigata Prefectural Nagaoka Indoor Swimming Pool located in Nagaoka, Japan as its exclusive training base in the Asian nation from 2018 to 2020.
2016 Paralympic Champion Ollie Hynd talks about Tokyo 2020
Japan’s Daiya Seto is joining the ranks of the international professional swimming elite.
The British Olympic Association signed training venue contracts with 3 Japanese sports facilities, one of which is the Yokohama International Pool based in the city of Yokohama.
Ellie Robinson, of Northampton, England made her debut at the Rio 2016 Paralympics representing Great Britain. At 13, Robinson set…
Citing the need to repair if she wants a solid go at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, world record holder Cate Campbell is opting out of the 2017 World Championships.
Ippei Watanabe visits Tokyo 2020 organizers, commits to goal of Olympic gold medal in 200m breaststroke.
“It’s amazing! The whole concept of heritage venues and new venues is superb,” says one NOC member from the Netherlands concerning Tokyo 2020 progress.
A major shift in the timing of Australian Olympic Trials marks Swimming Australia’s latest important announcement.
Dreamfuel, the premiere startup for tools built by & for athletes is bringing back its groundbreaking #DreamfuelFamily initiative, this time for families of NCAA athletes looking to be at their athlete’s championship competition; all within NCAA regulations