Michael Andrew is determined to come back better than ever coming off a very successful summer.
FINA World Cup Schedule 2016 August 26-27 – Chartres (FRA)Doha (QAT) August 30-31 – Berlin (GER) -September 1 – Dubai…
Diving often takes a backseat to swimming at big competitions like the NCAA Championships, but there is something so intriguing and…
Recently, SwimSwam confirmed that Mexican swimmer Daniel Delgadillo competed earlier this month in Argentina at the first Open Water World Cup event of the year.
The stars will be returning to Berlin for the 2016 edition of the 2016 FINA World Cup after two years…
Take a tour through our visual highlight reel of the 2015 World Cup in Dubai, courtesy of SwimSwamDE reporter, Daniela Kapser.
“I’m really happy with that, we saved the best for last, all the fastest times and the best guys. We had a lot of fun out there, I hope the audience enjoyed it,” said Cameron van der Burgh after the Dubai World Cup.
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.
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.