According to Chinese state run television, Sun Yang has left Beijing to train in Hangzhou, where there have actually been more coronavirus cases.
Japanese swimmers showed up big-time on day 1 of the Konami Open, including Daiya Seto pumping out a PB in the 200 free.
Singaporean swimmers such as Joseph Schooling will have additional qualification time for the 2020 Olympic Games with the rescheduling of events due to virus.
This weekend’s Konami Open may give Shoma Sato the chance to try out a new race strategy essentially nothing to lose and some cash and confidence to gain.
Lucrative cash prizes are up for grabs at this weekend’s Konami Open, which stars Kosuke Hagino, Yui Ohashi, Ryosuke Irie and more.
Tokyo officials say an estimated 720 tons of sand were dumped into Odaiba’s water, and plan to pour a total of 19,800 tons by the end of March.
The FFN Golden Tour stop in Nice wrapped up tonight, with American Kathleen Baker among the final night’s gold medal winners.
Japan’s Katsuhiro Matsumoto is showing his prowess across both the 200m and 100m freestyle events, getting it done for gold at the Kirara Cup.
Japanese sprint star Rikako Ikee was diagnosed with leukemia a year ago today and she marks the occasion by returning to the gym.
The list of sporting events being impacted due the coronavirus is growing, as the Singapore Swimming Association announced the cancellation of events.
Lately, everyone in Japan has been stepping up their swimming game, with the latest being 17-year-old Nagisa Ikemoto in the women’s 200m freestyle.
As with the upcoming Konami Open, the Japanese Olympic Trials will also be offering cash prizes for broken records. But, which ones are likely to go down?
17-year-old Miyu Namba clocked the fastest 800 free time to take gold on day 1 of the 2020 Kirara Cup in Yamaguchi, Japan.
Yasuhiro Koseki is among those Japanese competitors expected to race this weekend at the annual Kirara Cup, taking extra Coronavirus precautions.
The Chief Executive of the 2020 Tokyo games says that he is concerned about the impact of the outbreak but does not plan to cancel.