Nine different nations got on the board on day 1 of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games, including Russian world record holder Kliment Kolesnikov in the mixed 4 x 100m freestyle relay.
The Australian State Team Championships wrapped up this week at the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) in Canberra, with powerhouse Queensland wreaking havoc on both the women’s and men’s competition.
Australia’s finalist at the 2017 World Championships, teenager Kaylee McKeown, will take on the 100m back field tonight in Buenos Aires, as well as the 200m IM.
White, currently a freshman at Alabama, leads a loaded field into the semi-finals.
Some of the world’s biggest junior stars, including European Champion Kristof Milak, take the stage in Buenos Aires this week.
As the international swimming community looks ahead to this December’s FINA Short Course World Championships in Hangzhou, the nation of Australia is plowing ahead with its Tokyo 2020 quad plan.
2018 Youth Olympic Games October 6th- 18th, 2018 Swimming Events: October 7th- 12th, 2018 Buenos Aires, Argentina Schedule/Results Entries The…
Hungary’s Kristof Milak has 9 individual entries at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
Miranda Heckman of Pleasaanton Seahawks is among the young patch of Americans joining national teamers Molly Hannis, Kelsi Dahlia, Kathleen Baker, Michael Andrew and Blake Pieroni in Budapest this weekend.
After a uncharacteristic 50m freestyle loss on night 1, Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom fired back with 2 golds tonight in Eindhoven.
A 100m IM World Record followed by a 50m freestyle gold medal? Russian speedster Vlad Morozov doesn’t mind if he does.
World Junior Record holder Minna Atherton, Short Course World Championships medalist Jack Gerrard and Commonwealth Games relay gold medalist Elijah Winnington were among the notable Australian athletes who competed at Uni Championships this week on the Gold Coast.
Sarah Sjostrom, Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Katinka Hosszu, Emily Seebohm, Michael Andrew, Daiya Seto, Vlad Morozov – just some of the names getting short course meters racing underway in Eindhoven this morning on the 1st day of the World Cup stop.
Duncan Scott’s mishap tripping over pavement is just the latest in a history of unfortunate events involving swimmers on land.
Kelsi Dahlia is among the Americans set to compete at the next FINA World Cup stop in Eindhoven, starting on September 28th.