Get up close with the competitors who wrapped up this year’s Geneva International Challenge over the weekend, courtesy of photographer Rafael Domeyko.
Japan’s Naoki Mizunuma beat the men’s 50m fly field in South Australia, inserting himself into the world rankings in the process.
Jessica Vall broke the Meet Record of 1:08.01 in the women’s 100 breast, swimming a quick 1:07.75 to finish 1st by 1.99 seconds over Gorbenko.
Stefan Hansen has been coaching in Germany since 2016, but he will return to Denmark to take over as National Team head coach of his native country.
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Both Italian young guns Federico Burdisso and Thomas Ceccon were in the pool on the final night of action in Geneva, Switzerland and each came away with his own record to wrap up the competition.
Ireland’s Shane Ryan made it happen in the men’s sprint backstroke, collecting a FINA ‘A’ cut with his 50m win at the Flanders Cup.
Adam Peaty blasted a 59.72 to take a dominant victory at the season-opening Miami Super Challenge Meet in Queensland, Australia.
The Maria Lenk Aquatic Center will play home to the 2019 Brazil Trophy: the meet formerly known as the Maria Lenk Trophy.
There was a tighter race on the men’s side, with Miguel Duran taking victory over Albert Escrits by 1.43 seconds.
Rika Omoto now takes over the women’s 200m IM world rankings thrown, thanks to a sub-2:10 performance in South Australia.
Young stars Thomas Ceccon and Federico Burdisso of Italy were both in the water to wrap up the last prelims session of this year’s Geneva International Challenge Meet.
Singaporean Olympic champion scratched his 100m free and 50m fly events on day 2 of the 2019 Flanders Cup.
The 21-year old Zmushka broke both the 100 and 200 meter Belarusian Records at the Belarus Open.
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