Chad Le Clos won the men’s 100 fly in 49.01, about 6 tenths shy of his own World Record. The South African then returned to the pool a few events later to give points leader Vlad Morozov a run for his money in the 50 free.
Danish sprinter Jeanette Ottesen matched her day 1 success from the previous meet in Berlin, pulling in double gold today. Ottesen upstaged the field with a 55.80 in the 100 fly before cracking 24 seconds to win the 50 free in 23.96.
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Brianna Throssell is shifting her training base to kick-off her Tokyo 2020 quest.
Check out the record-breaking action here, where we’ve included all of the race videos from the Berlin stop of the 2016 FINA World Cup that have been uploaded to FINA’s YouTube channel.
“We are united in our pursuit to build on the progress we have made,” says Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson.
In an exclusive interview with SwimSwam Australian National Team Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren discusses the performance of the Australian team in Rio…
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After the final night of competition at the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Maui, Hawaii, the USA men and women have won the combined team title.
Canadian Mary-Sophie Harvey took the women’s 200 IM on the final evening of the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships…
Team USA’s Ryan Hoffer clocked a personal best 22.73 this morning, but will go into finals as the second seed to Australia’s Jack Cartwright, who won the 100 and 200 freestyles earlier in the meet.
After calling Sun Yang a ‘drug cheat’ Mack Horton received half a million angry comments on a single Instagram post…
It’s been rough sledding for the Australian Olympic swim team: after a somewhat-disappointing Olympic meet, Cate Campbell announced a hernia surgery, Bronte Barratt and Madison Wilson were hospitalized for pneumonia and now 100 free gold medalist Kyle Chalmers has also been hospitalized.
Two-time Olympic medalist Geoff Huegill thinks that Australian swimmers should seriously look at relocating to the U.S. in preparation for the next Olympic Games in Tokyo.
American Cassidy Bayer dominated the women’s 200 butterfly winning the event by almost four seconds on the first evening of the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships…