There were a few shake-ups in the women’s relay standings as a result of the European Championships.
With the European Championships having concluded, let’s take a look at which men’s relays made the cut to compete at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Watch Cate Campbell win the 50 freestyle at the Japan Open in 24.31.
Rikako Ikee had an impressive win in the women’s 100 fly, clocking 57.57.
Cameron McEvoy and James Magnussen will both compete in the 50 freestyle on the final day of the Japan Open.
Cate Campbell tied the 5th fastest performance in history in the women’s 100 free final at the Japan Open, and now owns five of the ten fastest performances ever.
Cate Campbell tied her world leading 52.38 in the 100 freestyle on day 2 of the Japan Open.
Cate and Bronte Campbell will compete in the women’s 100 freestyle on day 2 of the Japan Open.
Kanako Watanabe pulled off the win in the women’s 100 breast against a tough field at the Japan Open.
Cameron McEvoy will headline the men’s 200 free at day 1 prelims of the Japan Open.
Daiya Seto and Kosuke Hagino will be two swimmers to watch this weekend at the 2016 Japan Open.
Voters were very split between three of the options – bemusement, disappointment and sadness. Each earned roughly a quarter of the votes, and were all within about 40 total votes of each other.
Park Tae-hwan received a vote of confidence from KSOC president Kim Jung-haeng on Tuesday.
Olympic gold medalist Park Tae-hwan has filed an appeal with the international Court for Arbitration of Sport (CAS) over his Olympic…
With Olympian Park Tae Hwan having expectedly been left off the South Korean Olympic roster due to his having served…
Read whom Sergio Lopez endorses as the next Head Coach of Singapore once he moves back to America.
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