Cheng explains that now, it’s about having fun in training and racing, enjoying the process instead of focusing on the times as the end-all, be-all goal.
Suspended swimmer Daiya Seto is eyeing potentially kicking off his 2021 racing season at February’s Japan Open, a non-selection event.
18-year-old Eddie Wang has been named best male athlete of Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) at the nation’s Sports Elite Awards ceremony.
Congratulations to Hong Kong’s 23-year-old Siobhan Haughey for earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Asian Female Swimmer of the year.
Congratulations to Japanese Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino on earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Asian Male Swimmer of the Year.
Two-time world champion in Gwangju, Daiya Seto, now knows when his nation’s official Olympic trials are set to take place.
16-year old Spaniard Carmen Weiler, who lives and trains in Singapore, is inching closer to the FINA “A” cut in the 100 free.
Paralympic gold medalist Yip Pin Xiu, PJG was recently featured by World Para Swimming for her impact on the swimming community aa an athlete and an activist.
20-year-old Rikako Ikee continues to grow stronger, with Tokyo’s Olympic atmosphere motivating the leukemia survivor to attempt 2020 Games qualification.
The men’s 200 breaststroke at this non-selection Japan Swim was a battle to behold and a preview of next year’s Japanese Olympic Trials.
Katsuhiro (Katsuo) Matsumoto busted out the fastest 100 fly race of his life to take gold on the final day of the 2020 Japan Swim.
The 2020 Japan Swim concluded tonight in Tokyo but not before 30-year-old Ryosuke Irie put up another beautiful performance in the men’s 200m back.
Directly off the ISL season, Kosuke Hagino posted a time of 1:57.67 to take his 2nd Japanese national title in Toky9o this weekend.
The men’s 200m free saw national record holder Katsuo Matsumoto produce a time of 1:46.10 to take the national title in Japan.