Nepal has announced a roster of 4 swimmers for the 2019 World Aquatics Championships, which will take place from July…
MB Balakrishnan, a swimmer from India, has died in a road accident today, May 14th.
This weekend’s Korean Trials #2 will see the nation’s best swimmers aiming to make the World Championships roster.
As venues’ construction remains on track for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, we’re learning of new attractions the city is implementing to try to make this edition of the Summer Games especially memorable.
For the sixth time in his career, swimmer Joseph Schooling has earned Sportsman of the Year honors at the Singapore Sports Awards.
Olympic medalist and World Record holder Daiya Seto of Japan is used to trying different events on for size during his yearly trips to Australia,
Shinri Shioura was one of the relay members who fired off a new Japanese National Record in the 4x50m free relay.
Daiya Seto and Rika Omoto powered their way to big-time personal bests to close out the inaugural Sydney Open.
Japan’s Masato Sakai might not have won the men’ 200m fly race in Budapest, but he still put up a meaningful performance of his own.
The reigning World Junior Record holder and Hungarian National Champion Kristof Milak put on a show in front of his home country while competing on night 1 of the FINA Champions Series.
Doing what she does best, Cate Campbell threw down another impressive 100m freestyle performance on her home soil, taking her first gold of the inaugural Sydney Open Meet.
A strong Japanese swimming contingency, including World Championships medalist Yui Ohashi, is wrapping up their Cairns training camp with the Sydney Open.
Japanese residents can now enter the lottery for tickets to the world’s biggest international competitive sporting events, the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
With the 2019 World Championships taking place this summer in Gwangju, Korea in just a handful of months, SwimSwam spoke with Gwangju Organizing Committee Secretary General, Dr. Cho Youngteck, on how the preparations are coming along.
18-year-old Rikako Ikee has launched an official website, with the site serving as a vehicle for the fly and free sprint specialist to communicate updates publicly, while also engaging with fans.