2008 Olympic champion Park Tae Hwan of Korea saw his Asian Games medals stripped from the 2014 edition, but hopes to move on from that history with new performances this year.
Storied breaststroking ace Kosuke Kitajima of Japan has been elected Vice Chairman of the Tokyo Metropolitan Swimming Association this week.
Olympians Brent Hayden, Daiya Seto, Dawn Fraser, Amanda Weir and Joseph Schooling all have stories rolled up into this edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
Six national records were broken today at the 35th GLENMARK Junior And Sub-Junior National Aquatic Championships 2018.
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling raced in the early heats of the men’s 50m freestyle, only to drop the event on the final night of the national competition.
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling collected 100m fly gold earlier in these National Championships, but was unable to replicate that same feat on night 3.
“I am comfortable focusing on the shorter races. Sometimes you just have to transition, that is how the career goes,” says Joseph Schooling on night 2 of the Singapore National Championships.
2016 Olympic champion and Singaporean swimming hero Joseph Schooling made his 2018 Singapore National Swimming Championships debut with a 100m fly gold.
16-year-old Glen Lim crushed his own Singaporean national record in the men’s 800m freestyle tonight at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, while the arena waits for Olympic champion Joseph Schooling’s swims tomorrow.
The meet will include a loaded field of competitors both from domestic and international sources, like Li Bingjie – a Chinese swimmer who is also a World Junior Record holder.
While competing on the final day of the final stop of this year’s Mare Nostrum Series, 26-year-old Yasuhiro Koseki of Japan knocked out two significant national records.
2016 Olympic champion and Singaporean sporting hero Joseph Schooling is back in his home nation to train this summer.
After a 22.6 on Saturday, Andriy Govorov was almost as fast on Sunday morning in the semi-finals of the 50 fly.
Kathleen Baker (above), Ippei Watanabe, Rikako Ikee, and Andrey Govorov all moved into the world’s top 5 this season on Saturday evening.
Rikako Ikee’s tear through the Mare Nostrum series continued on Saturday with another new Japanese Record.