Chad le Clos is swimming in his first domestic meet since joining coach Dirk Lange in Frankfurt, while 13-year old Alina Baievych won her first German title.
Day one of the 2022 German Short Course Championships saw South Africa’s Chad Le Clos score his first victory, grabbing gold in the 200m butterfly.
The 2022 German Short Course Championships kick off on Thursday, with several key domestic athletes welcoming foreign stars into the competitive mix.
South Africa National Team member Dakota Tucker will join the Tigers next fall with Ivy A-final potential in the 200/400 IM and 200 fly.
SwimSwam visited Indiana University recently and got the opportunity to speak with recent Tunisian transplant Ahmed Hafnaoui
The 2022 French Elite Short Course Championships are one of several key competitions taking place in the month of November.
Marwan Elkamash made history on Sunday in Toronto by becoming the first Egyptian man ever to win a gold medal on the World Cup series.
Lithuanian Olympic champion Ruta Meilutyte lowered the 50m breaststroke European Record last week. She’ll be in the water on this final day in Toronto.
With massive power point swims, Katie Ledecky overtakes Maggie MacNeil for the top spot on the women’s side in Toronto heading into day 3.
After a standout meet in Berlin, Chad le Clos came out looking strong in the 100 fly at the second stop of the 2022 FINA World Cup in Toronto
Chad le Clos swam his second 100 butterfly in the 48-second range at the Toronto World Cup and said that he has big plans for Paris.
Matt Sates continued his winning ways, taking the men’s 400 free in a time of 3:37.52. That’s slightly off the 3:36.30 he went to win at the first stop
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