Japan’s Kosuke Hagino has broken the 400 IM National and Continental Records at a regular, circuit-level meet in Tokyo.
It was announced in October that the Itoman Swim Club of Japan and the five LSCs of California-Nevada had setup…
It was four years ago that Park began training in Brisbane on a regular basis and the fit has been a great one not only for Park, but also for the St. Peters Western program…
Sun Yang will still not be eligible for the CCTV Sports Personality of the Year Award, but will considered along with his teammates Wang Shun, Hao Yun and Li Yunqi for the prestigious CCTV team award…
South Korean Newspaper Arirang News reported today that Park Tae-Hwan will be heading back to Brisbane to begin his training…
The modern-looking design will be on all the medals awarded at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
Above, Ranomi Kromowidjojo swims at the Doha stop of the 2013 World Cup, which will lead off this year’s series.
Aya Terakawa wrapped up a stellar career in 2013 with several national records and a pair of bronze medals at World Championships.
Coming off of an amazing Olympic showing where he won the 400 and 1500 freestyle as well as tying for the silver in the 200 freestyle Sun Yang continued to show his dominance in the distance freestyle events.
Missy Franklin was one of four swimmers nominated for the AIPS Athlete of the Year award.
UCLA-based Ting Quah won the most medals of the meet, with 7 total over 5 days.
Joseph Schooling continues his run at the Southeast Asian Games this week, in what was overall a very good day for Singapore.
Joseph Schooling has already won three gold medals (two individual) at the Southeast Asian Games, with at least one more individual race to go – the 200 fly.
Chad Le Clos headlines the South African contingent for the event, which starts January 31, 2014.
Jury members from across the globe put their heads together yesterday to select from a wide field of submitted medal designs for the Youth Olympic Games medals.