Want to feel like you were swimming alongside the world’s best in Doha and Dubai? Immerse yourself in Calvyn Justus’ vlog to do just that.
South Africa’s Cameron Van der Burgh reminds us that, “It’s never easy racing the World Champion.”
Quah Zheng Wen of Singapore collected a 100m butterfly “A” qualifying time for Rio while competing in Dubai this past week.
Chad Le Clos’ father, Bert Le Clos and Katinka Hosszu’s husband/coach, Shane Tusup take center stage in FINA’s latest World Cup Highlights video.
Katinka Hosszu and Cameron van der Burgh each nabbed the $100,000 checks for winning the 2015 FINA World Cup series, pushing their totals…
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu won her 5th consecutive FINA World Cup title, while Cameron van der Burgh topped defending champ and South African countryman Chad le Clos for the men’s win.
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Cameron Van der Burgh was the first South African man to sweep two events across an entire World Cup Series.
Mitch Larkin gets the job done again, 1:53.17 for new Aussie and Commonwealth 200m backstroke records in Dubai.
Current 100m breaststroke world record holder Adam Peaty (GBR) takes on the field in Dubai on Day 2 of the World Cup.
Jamaican Alia Atkinson posted the world’s top time in the 50 breaststroke during the prelims in Dubai…
Katinka Hosszu punctuated a big day at the Dubi World Cup with a new Hungarian record in the 50 back, the first time the mark has dipped below 28 seconds.
The first event of the final World Cup stop in Dubai was a thriller between Jeremy Stravius and Chad le Clos…
Welcome to the sub-1:06 100m breaststroke club, Alia Atkinson!
Mitch Larkin. Enough said.
Britain’s Adam Peaty leads the charge in the men’s 50m breaststroke in Dubai.
Today the opening press conference was held in Dubai for the FINA/airweave World Cup.
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