Surging onto the breaststroking scene in Edinburgh, Hong Kong’s Yvette Man-yi Kong earned 2 National Records last weekend.
Why buy expensive equipment? All you need is a length of PVC pipe for these six drills and exercises.
In the continuing story of alleged corruption within the Korean Swimming Federation (KSF), indictments have now been levied by the Seoul Central District Prosecutors Office.
Even with the Rio Olympic Games right on the horizon, Tokyo’s preparations to host the 2020 Olympic Games are well underway. And, now those plans have hit a significant snag.
A merger between the Korean Council of Sport (KOCOA) and the Korean Olympic Committee (KOC) has been approved and is set to be completed by the end of the month. Will this impact the possible 3-year extension to Olympic swimmer Park Tae Hwan’s existing 18-month doping ban?
Some high-profile Australian swimmers have complained about sharing their training facilities with a number of Chinese athletes who have moved their training bases to Australia.
The alleged bribery scandal involving executive-level officials within the Korean Swimming Federation (KSF) continues to develop.
Not being able to compete at Singapore’s final Olympic-qualifying meet, national record holder Roanne Ho has to look beyond Rio for her swimming goals to be fulfilled.
Rikako Ikee’s upward trajectory may just land her atop Japan’s podium at the nation’s Olympic Trials in April.
Stacked talent awaits in Sydney at the 2016 NSW Open Championships starting Thursday.
As a follow-up to our report earlier this month regarding the Korean Swimming Federation (KSF) headquarters having been raided by South Korean prosecutors, the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office has confirmed the arrest of an executive-level official.
American Kevin Cordes was one of several swimmers who competed at the Singaporean Time Trials over the weekend.
Seto, Hagino, Ikee and several other key players were in action again tonight in Tokyo for Day 2 of the 2016 Konami Open, the last major meet before April’s Olympic Trials.
Get a glimpse of two dynamic Japanese swimmers at their best in these race videos from this weekend Konami Open.
Kosuke Hagino throws down 2016’s first sub-4:10 400 IM, while 15-year-old Rikako Ikee continues on her fierce freestyle record siege on Day 1 of the 2016 Konami Open.