2016 FINA World Cup – Singapore Friday, October 21 – Saturday, October 22, 2016 OCBC Aquatic Centre, Singapore Prelims 9…
China’s Sun Yang continues to make headlines for what he does outside the pool.
A participant of the 2016 Hong Kong Cross Harbor race that was listed in critical condition has died, marking the 2nd death of this year’s open water event.
The annual Hong Kong Cross-Harbor race took place this past Saturday, October 15th, but a tragedy was part of this year’s event.
Holding 13 individual National Records, Vietnam’s arguable best swimmer, Nguyễn Thị Ánh Viên, is making some headlines outside the pool for a change.
Joseph Schooling and Theresa Goh were recognized by the Signaporean government for their outstanding achievements in Rio.
Around 60 swimmers (36 men, 26 women) took the plunge today (October 15) in Hong Kong, for the seventh and…
In his first competition post-Rio, South Korea’s Park Tae Hwan throws down a couple of nasty freestyle times.
Singapore’s Roanne Ho had suffered a collapsed lung, as well as a shoulder injury earlier this year, but is back in the pool and ready to return to competition.
Chinese world champion swimmer Ning Zetao tries his hand at a different kind of ‘pool’, with tennis master Rafael Nadal’s help.
FINA WORLD CUP DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Tuesday, October 4 to Wednesday, October 5 Hamdan Sports Complex, Dubai Prelims 10.00…
Joseph Schooling is one of the most famous men in Singapore, but it remains to be seen if any countrymates can follow his lead.
Russia’s Vladimir Morozov has become the second swimmer in 2016 to break six figures in prize money on the FINA World Cup circuit with an $8.5K meet in Dubai.
There’s no change at the top of the FINA World Cup point standings after Dubai, but Alia Atkinson has passed up Jeanette Ottesen in a spirited battle for second place in Cluster 2.
On day 2 of the 2016 FINA World Cup stop in Dubai, Hungarian Katinka Hosszu came away with a 7-medal haul that included 5 golds and 2 silvers.