Promising sprinter Erin Gallagher headlines the first South African Grand Prix meet of 2019.
Rocco Meiring, coach of Tatjana Schoenmaker, is our Swammy Award winner for African Coach of the Year.
Schoenmaker established herself as the top breastroker of the Commonwealth Games in May, posting times that would stand high in the world rankings for all of 2018.
In 2018, Chad le Clos cemented his legacy as one of the most dominant butterfly swimmers of all time, and particularly as one of the greatest short course meters swimmers.
South African Olympian Calvyn Justus has been training with the Trojan Swim Club under Dave Salo.
American swimmer Ryan Murphy, an Olympic champion and World Record holder, was among the athletes in attendance in London this week.
Calvyn Justus and Doug Erasmus both took gold in Durban to wrap up 2018.
2018 FINA SHORT COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday, December 11th – Sunday, December 16th Hangzhou, China Tennis Centre, Hangzhou Olympic &…
Cameron van der Burgh wrote a fairytale ending to his professional swimming career.
While the American point total was a historic
Olivia Smoliga’s double individual gold helped push America to the top of the medal standings from start-to-finish in Hangzhou.
Cameron van der Burgh finished off his career in style in Hangzhou, swimming the 2nd fastest 50 breast in history.
South African Erin Gallagher got under the Continental mark for the second straight time in 24.38.
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