The two biggest stars at the South African Swimming Grand Prix both picked up two wins on the Saturday afternoon in Durban…
Cameron McEvoy cranked out the world’s fastest 100 freestyle so far this season (47.56) on day 1 in Perth and blew out the field again tonight in the 50m freestyle, scoring a 21.73 scorcher.
Japan’s Rie Kaneto rocks a new All Comers and Japanese National Record in 200m breaststroke while competing at the Aquatic Super Series – 2:20.04 at 27 years old.
Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) won the women’s 50 fly with 25.37, the second-fastest time in the world so far this season, and a new record for the Golden Tour.
Cameron McEvoy and Coach Richard Scarce say the 47.56 stunner in Perth was ‘untapered and after hard trianing.’
Australian breaststroker Taylor McKeown is the latest swimmer to withdraw herself from this weekend’s Aquatic Super Series in Perth, the tri-national meet among hosts Australia, China and Japan.
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Cameron McEvoy throws down a 47.56 100 freestyle in Perth to scorch the field and the world rankings.
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The country’s two top swimmers, Cameron van der Burgh and Chad le Clos, will headline the competition in Durban…
FINA announced today the consequences for a Thai swimmer who tested positive for doping in May of 2015. Nuttapong Ketin,…
Katinka Hosszu of Hungary, who posted five of the top ten performances in the Nice stage of the 2016 Golden Tour Camille Muffat, is entered in all 17 events at Amiens this weekend.
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Swedish swimmer Michelle Coleman blasted a personal best 200m freestyle last month at a meet hosted by Miami Swimming Club, the locale at which she has been training for the past 5 months. With her recent shake-up of the world rankings, the 22-year-old is seriously considering staying on the Gold Coast in the lead-up to Rio.
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