The fields across all events remain in tact headed into day 2 finals of the 2016 Short Course World Championships, but still some familiar faces are missing.
Andreas Vazaios cracked his own 200 IM national record on day 1 of SC Worlds.
American Josh Prenot will take on a stacked men’s 200 IM field that includes teammate Michael Andrew, Chinese powerhouse Wang Shun and Japan’s Daiya Seto this morning in Windsor.
Katinka Hosszu is gunning for 3 individual world titles this evening in Windsor.
Russian Olympic team captain and Olympic silver medalist Anastasia Fesikova participated in the Russia’s first National Forum of athletes. The forum was…
At 28, Rie Kaneto of Japan inspires youth around the nation of Japan, including her home prefecture.
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Schooling calls on Singapore Swimming Association to increase funding and overall support of its budding aquatic athletes.
The diving well at Maria Lenk at the 2016 Olympic Games turned heads for a number of reasons.
Park Tae Hwan wrapped up an impressive set of performances at the Asian Swimming Championships, but is still haunted by his experience leading up to the Rio Olympic Games.
Wang Shun (right) clocked a faster 200m IM tonight in Tokyo than that which earned him a bronze medal in Rio.
Park Tae Hwan of Korea continues his successful post-Rio run in the pool, collecting his 3rd and 4th wins in Tokyo.
Russia will be without any of its Olympic medalists, but will have short course star Vlad Morozov on their roster.
Rikako Ikee continues her sprint reign, clocking two wins tonight in Tokyo.
There seems to be no stopping 16-year-old Rikako Ikee when it comes to her nation’s sprint freestyle and butterfly records.