Australia Wins; McEvoy, Kaneto Earn Swimmers Of Aquatic Super Series

With his stand-out 100m freestyle swim from day 1 of the Aquatic Super Series in Perth, Aussie Cameron McEvoy earned Male Swimmer of the meet.

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Rie Kaneto Races To 200 Breast All Comers, New JPN National Record

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.


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Follow Sun Yang through his tumultuous last couple of years through this eye-opening documentary.


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2016 Aquatic Super Series Preview

The Chinese and Japanese teams will have a hard time overcoming the talent and depth of the Australian team in Perth…

Watch Kosuke Hagino’s Comeback 200 IM From Kitajima Cup

Watch Japanese teammates Daiya Seto and Kosuke Hagino race head-to-head in the men’s 200 IM at last weekend’s Kosuke Kitajima Cup, Hagino’s first meet back since withdrawing from last year’s World Championships.

Michigan Women Add Chinese National Teamer Yirong Bi At Mid-Season

Asian Games gold-medalist and midseason addition Yirong Bi will make a big impact in the second half of Michigan’s season, after already scoring big points at notching ‘B’ cuts in their meet against Ohio State.

Sun Yang Injures Foot, Withdraws From Aquatic Super Series

China’s Sun Yang has had to pull out of this weekend’s Aquatic Super Series due to a foot injury.

15 Year-Old Rikako Ikee Breaks Japanese Record in the 100 Freestyle

Rikako Ikee won the women’s 100 freestyle at the Kitajima Cup in a time of 53.99…

Doha to Create 2 Main Competition Hubs for 2023 World Championships

The iconic Museum of Islamic Art will play as the backdrop for the open water swimming and high diving at the 2023 World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Qatar.

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Japan’s Kosuke Hagino Marks His Return To The Pool This Weekend

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Ning Zetao took home a trophy at yesterday’s China Central Television’s Sports Awards.

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Singaporean National Record Holder, Roanne Ho, suffered a collapsed lung this week and is undergoing surgery.

Sun Yang Tops Chinese Talent, Koseki Leads Japanese Headed To Perth

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