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The reigning Olympic champion and current IU freshman is training at TST for the time being with his future up in the air in Bloomington.
World Aquatics lifted its ban of the Kenya Swimming Federation (KSF) that had been in place since 2019 for repeated failures to hold a fair election.
The 2023 U.S. Open is among the high-octane competitive swim events set to begin around the world during the month of November.
Italian speedster Benedetta Pilato wasted no time making her presence known on the final day of action at the World Cup in Budapest.
This time around, Australian distance star Sam Short has joined the party.
Ilya Shymanovich and Anastasia Shkurdai of Belarus are entered at the World Cup in Budapest as neutral independent athletes.
19-year-old backstroking ace Pieter Coetze has decided not to pursue an NCAA career at Cal and instead remain in South Africa as a pro swimmer.
American Michael Andrew made two finals for the last night of action in Athens. He’ll be taking on the 50m fly and 100m back.
“I wasn’t sure how I would swim,” Matt Sates said. “But (my fractured wrist) felt OK in warm-up and honestly I didn’t feel it in either race tonight.”
Australian Cody Simpson earned silver last night the 100m fly and will try to upgrade to gold in the 100m free, owning the top seed in 48.99 out of the heats.
World Record holder Sarah Sjostrom looks primed to repeat her 50m freestyle gold medal-worthy performance from the first stop of the World Cup series.
U23 Championships gold medalist Stergios-Marios Bilas is among the host nation swimmers expected to race at the World Aquatics Swimming World Cup in Athens.