American Michael Andrew is keeping his stellar meet alive in Singapore, nabbing 2 top seeds on day 2.
After 27 consecutive World Cup victories in the women’s 100m IM, Katinka Hosszu saw tonight’s race go to Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom. The difference of 3 FINA points may prove crucial when it comes to handing out the overall series crown.
The opening long course meet of the Queensland calendar wrapped up on Sunday with young stars Elijah Winnington and Kaylee Mckeown taking center stage.
Katinka Hosszus is entered in 15 events in her bid to overtake Sarah Sjostrom as World Cup Series champion, while Joseph Schooling makes his home country debut in the series.
Michael Andrew fell just short of gold in the men’s 50m fly, but came within .01 of Tom Shields’ American Record tonight in Tokyo.
World Record holder Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden fired off the fastest 100m fly time of the morning. She also produced a finals-worthy time in the 100m free.
Volkers, who has coached both Australian and Brazilian Olympic medalists, previously had similar charges dropped in 2002.
As swimmers arrive in Tokyo, Japan for this weekend’s stop of the 2018 FINA World Cup Series, the penultimate stop…
The minimum prize money on offer at the 2018 Short Course World Championships has nearly doubled, FINA announced on Tuesday.
The primary contingencies from each nation are in tact for Tokyo, although there are a few notable additions, including 2016 Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.
Dutch Olympian Ranomi Kromowidjojo touched out Swedish superstar Sarah Sjostrom in yet another close World Cup race between the two.
Swedish Olympian Sarah Sjostrom cruised to the final of both the women’s 100m fly and 100m free for tonight in Beijing.
China’s Xu Jiayu lit the Water Cube on fire, earning the 5th fastest 50m backstroke time ever.
A couple of twists characterized day 2 prelims of the FINA World Cup in Beijing, including a rare miss by Hungarian Katinka Hosszu.
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