31-year-old Holly Barratt of Australia became the 7th fastest 50m flyer ever with her gold medal win in Singapore last night.
Joseph Schooling performed in front of his home nation of Singapore tonight at the World Cup, racing just the 200m IM event.
In the World Cup cat and mouse game between Emily Seebohm of Australia and Katinka Hosszu of Hungary in the women’s back, Seebohm now owns a 2-1 record.
Rockingham’s Holly Barratt busted out the fastest 50 fly time of her career in 25.31 to rank 7th ever in the event as well as notch a new Aussie Record.
It’s a beautiful thing when parent & child work together, as is the case with Aussie teen dynamo Lani Pallister and her Commonwealth Games gold medalist mom.
The 3rd stop of the 1st cluster of the 2019 FINA World Cup Series was red-hot with monster performances by the likes of Vlad Morozov and Andrew Wilson.
Jarrod Poort was suspended by Swimming Australia in 2017 for having missed several anti-doping tests; he now faces criminal charges in Australia.
Hong Kong swimmers are encountering travel issues, possibly resulting in their missing the FINA World Cup. Breeja Larson & Jonathan Tybur join Team USA.
Aussie Cate Campbell produced a World Cup Record in the 100m free competing on the final night in Jinan, clocking a time faster than her silver in Gwangju.
Mitch Larkin cranked out a time of 1:57.26 in the 200m IM to come within .20 of the World Cup Record he produced last week in Tokyo.
Lithuania’s National Record holder Danas Rapsys put up a convincing performance in the men’s 400m free to crush the field in a new World Cup Record time.
Stop #2 of the 1st cluster of the 2019 FINA World Cup is set to get underway in China this week in the city of Jinan. Action starts on Thursday.
Former Australian para swimmer Ashleigh Cockburn penned a first-person account of what she witnessed as an active swimmer regarding intentional misrepresentation.
Elijah Winnington was the big winner of the visiting Aussie & British squads who raced at U.S. Nationals, with the Bond swimmer nabbing 2 golds.
Australia swimming club St. Peters Western posted an official statement on social media concerning allegations of bullying and ‘fat-shaming.’