16-year-old Dune Coetzee was on a roll again on day 2 of the 2019 South African National Junior Age Group Swimming Championships.
16-year-old Dune Coetzee led the charge of young South Africans with an impressive 400m freestyle effort of 4:15.02.
Take a deep breath now, as the month of April contains than 40 competitions on the schedule, most of which carry notable qualifying significance.
On the heels of the International Swimming League’s (ISL) introduction of 5 elite team members comprising Team Energy Standard, the nationally diverse squad revealed its team captains.
World Record holder Ippei Watanabe, 2016 Olympic silver medalist Masato Sakai and triple medalist from the 2012 Olympic Games Ryosuke Irie have now been confirmed as FINA Champions Series swimmers.
The 2019 South African Open Water Championships took place at Marina Martinique in Jeffrey’s Bay over the weekend.
Katinka Hosszu snagged her usual 200m IM/400m IM combo in Milan.
Italian swimming icon Federica Pellegrini took the women’s 200m freestyle tonight in Milan, checking in among the top 3 performers in the world this season.
South African Olympian Chad Le Clos produced 3 meet records at the Trofeo Cittá di Milano in 2018 and is slated to race again there this weekend.
Houlie scored in both the 100 and 200 breast for the Vols at the SEC Championships
19-year-old Kaylene Corbett of South Africa notched a new 200 breast personal best of 2:25.98 in Stellenbosch, clearing her previous lifetime best by over a second.
South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker registered the 3rd fastest performance of her career for gold in Stellenbosch.
Cate Campbell, Chad Le Clos, Brendand Hyland and more are highlighted in this latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
24-year-old Pernille Blume underwent heart surgery last month and is entered in the South African Grand Prix this weekend for her first race back.