Ryo Tateishi of Japan, the 200m breaststroke bronze medalist at the 2012 Olympic Games, has decided to retire from competitive swimming.
Chinese Olympic gold medalist Sun Yang won the 400 meter freestyle on the first day of the 2017 Chinese Student…
Korean freestyle specialist Park Tae Hwan is set to compete at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Atlanta next month, using the competition as his World Championships qualifying meet.
A shortlist of 5 aquatic athletes, including Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling, were among the honorees on Forbes Magazine’s latest ’30 Under 30′ for the Asian continent.
Daiya Seto and Kosuke Hagino are just 2 of the weapons listed on Japan’s roster for the 2017 FINA World Championships.
On day 8, Wang Shun swept the IMs as he captured the 400 IM title.
Sun, the 1500 free World Record holder, clocked in at 15:04.15. That’s well off his record time of 14:31.02, but still good enough to win by almost 4 seconds
16-year-old Rikako Ikee claimed 5 national titles in Nagoya, a feat no other Japanese woman has accomplished.
JAPAN SWIM 2017 (JAPANESE NATIONALS) Thursday, April 13th – Sunday, April 16th, 2017 NGK Arena, Nagoya, Japan Qualification Meet for…
On day 7, Chinese backtroke star Xu Jiayu continued to rewrite the record books with a 24.42 in the 50 back, setting a new Chinese National Record in the process
In the semifinals of the 50 back, Jiayu popped off a 24.42 to set the mark.
China’s Li Zhuhao shaved four tenths of a second off of his own junior world record this week, going 1:55.09 in the 200 fly.
In a banner morning for young butterflyers in Japan, both 200 fly junior world records went under assault on Saturday of Japanese nationals. Nao Horomura very nearly broke the men’s record with a 1:55.37.
In a banner morning for young butterflyers in Japan, both 200 fly junior world records fell on Saturday of Japanese nationals. Suzaka Hasegawa broke the women’s record with a 2:06.29.
Junior World Records toppled on day 3 of the Japan Swim 2017, as the marks were taken down in the men’s and women’s 200 fly.