Catch up with this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Aussies Stephanie Rice & Lani Pallister, along with Kiwi Lewis Clareburt.
Multi-Olympic gold medalist Katinka Hosszu was a decisive winner once again, this time taking on the 200m IM field to collect another gold in Budapest.
Japan’s Ippei Watanabe is set to travel to Aussie Matt Wilson’s training base next month. The men finished with the respective bronze and silver in Gwangju.
Katinka Hosszu easily defeated the women’s 400m IM field tonight in Budapest, one that included her ex-coach Shane Tusup’s new protege, Ilaria Cusinato.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov earned his 100th World Cup Series gold medal with his 50m free victory tonight in Budapest, Hungary.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov is picking up this FINA World Cup Series cluster #2 right where he left off, as the fastest 50m freestyler of the night.
With less than a year to go until next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games, the organizing committee is eyeing the adoption of safety precautions involving…
Seto, the 200 SCM Fly World Record holder, is one of the first Asian swimmers to be announced as a signee of the International Swimming League.
The 2019 Asian Age Group Championships wrapped up, but not before the nation of Japan topped the medal table with an impressive 79 pieces of hardware.
India’s newly-minted 100 backstroke national record holder collected gold on the penultimate night of competition at the 2019 Asian Age Championships.
17-year-old Kim Min-ju made some magic happen in the women’s 50m freestyle on night 2 of the Asian Age Group Championships in India.
Japan’s Open Water Championships took place over the weekend, with potential Tokyo 2020 qualification berths on the line for the men’s and women’s 10k.
The 10th edition of the AASF Asian Age Group Championships kicked off in India today. Vladislav Mustafin of Uzbekistan was among the gold medalists.
Check out the elite international meets headed our way in the month of October, including the first set of International Swimming League (ISL) competitions.
The Japanese Swimming Federation has revealed its National Team roster for the 2019/2020 season, with two major names missing from the list.