IPC Swimming European Championships Day 2 Preview

The second day of action at the 2016 IPC Swimming European Open Championships in Funchal, Portugal, will see a series of highly decorated swimmers take to the pool.

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Detti, Hosszu Earn €18,000 Prizes At Energy Standard Cup

Italy’s Gabriele Detti and Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu each earned €18,000 bonuses for their performances at the Energy Standard Cup in Italy over the weekend.

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342 Swim Jobs You Might Love

Want a job in swimming? Here are 342 Swim Jobs you might love.

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Current South Korean Olympic Squad Composed Of 5 Females, 0 Males

Although he won 4 events at his nation’s Olympic Trials, South Korean swimmer Park Tae-Hwan is unable to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games due to a punitive ban enforced by the Korean Swimming Federation.

World Record, Full Session Race Videos From IPC European Championships Day 1

Dmitrii Kokarev and Valeriia Shabalina registered World records in their respective IPC classifications in the Day 1 finals at the 2016 IPC Swimming European Championships.

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Russia Clocks Two World Records at IPC Euros Day 1 Finals

2016 IPC SWIMMING EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS Funchal, Portugal Prelims: 9:00am/Finals: 5:00pm (West European) – (4:00am/12:00pm U.S Eastern) Sunday, May 1 –…

McSharry Wins Three Titles on the Final Day of Irish Championships

16 year old Mona McSharry collected three Irish titles on the final night of the Irish Open Swimming Championships…

Koptelov, van Rouwendaal Triple On Day 2 of 2016 Energy Standard Cup

It was a big day for the Energy Standard Club team on the second and final day of the 2016 Energy Standard Cup, with Evgeny Koptelov’s and Sharon van Rouwendaal’s three wins apiece leading a 14-for-18 day as a team.

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Coates Completes Title Siege, Pyle Rocks GBR NAG Record At ASANER

The young stars of GBR were out in full force competing at the ASA Northeast Regional meet this weekend.

Finland Pronounce 18 for Europeans, Including Matti Mattsson

A Finnish federation with some momentum will send a roster of 18 to the 2016 European Aquatics Championships, due over…

Russian, Uzbekistan Records Posted in Day 1 Prelims of IPC European Championships

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Hosszu Goes 4:32 in 400 IM On Day 1 Of Energy Standard Cup

Katinka Hosszu, Evgeny Rylov and Andrii Govorov each won multiple events on the first day of the Energy Standard Cup in Italy, with Hozzu popping a huge 4:32.68 in the 400 IM.

McSharry Sets a New Irish Junior Record in the 100 Breaststroke

16 year old Mona McSharry set a new Irish junior record in the women’s 100 breaststroke winning the event at Irish Open Swimming Championships in a time of 1:08.75…

Preliminary Info Unveiled For 2016 European Jr Open Water Champs

The European Swimming federation has released preliminary info for the recently-rescheduled 2016 Junior Open Water European Championships.

Brazil Unveils Olympic Aquatics Stadium With Focus On Sustainability

Earlier this month, Brazil officially unveiled its Olympic Aquatics Stadium for the Rio 2016 Games, with a structural emphasis on sustainability.

Video: Team Serbia – Water Polo at its Finest

Serbia men’s water polo team is considered to be the favorite for the gold medal in Rio this summer. Watch the highlights from their gold medal match at 2015 World Championships in Kazan last summer.

Hosszu, Van Rouwendaal To Compete At Energy Standard Cup

Italy’s Energy Standard Cup will pit national teams from Great Britain, France and Italy against the Energy Standard Swimming Club team with €150,000 (or about $171,000 U.S. Dollars) in prize money on the line.

Obamas, British Royalty Talk Trash Over 2016 Invictus Games

American President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle have engaged in some friendly trash talk with the British Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II regarding the upcoming Invictus Games, an athletic event for wounded warriors of the world’s militaries.