The Australian contingency saw glimmers of hope for Tokyo 2020 with such performances as Brittany Elmslie’s 100m freestyle gold medal.
The 2016 FINA Short Course World Championships are now in the books, with Team USA leading the final medal table. The Americans came away with 29 total medals, including 8 golds, 14 silvers, and 7 bronzes.
Day five finals are jam-packed with action, starting with the men’s 4x50m medley relay. After that the women will contest the 200m IM final before Chad le Clos gets a crack at another title in the men’s 50m butterfly.
Katinka Hosszu is just one of many top stars in the sport who will be in action in Windsor this morning.
2016 SHORT COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS December 6th – December 11th, 2016 Windsor, Ontario, Canada WFCU Centre SCM (25m) Prelims: 9:30…
Following day 4 finals at the 2016 FINA Short Course World Championships in Windsor, Canada, Team USA and Russia have maintained their top 2 spots in the medal count, while Japan has moved up into 3rd.
American Olympic gold medalist Lilly King will try to fend off reigning world champion and world record holder Alia Atkinson of Jamaica in the women’s 100m breaststroke heats this morning in Windsor.
Great Britain earned the 8th and final spot in tonight’s 4×200 freestyle final (men), but they’ve scratched out of the event, giving Belgium a shot to make a move.
A key figure in Denmarks’ recent run of international success, Australian coach Shannon Rollason will be heading back to Europe, this time to take over as head coach with Edinburgh University.
David Morgan lowered the Oceanic Record in the men’s 100 fly in a time of 49.31, winning bronze in Windsor.
Travis Mahoney, 7th place finisher in the men’s 400 IM in Rio, is making the move to Marion Swimming Club, home of Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.
Mitch Larkin defended his 100 back World title in Windsor.
Aussie star Mitch Larkin revealed this week that he is on the rebound from a minor knee injury.
America’s Kelsi Worrell claimed the women’s 200m butterfly top seed this morning, becoming the 3rd fastest American ever in the event in the process.
The fields across all events remain in tact headed into day 2 finals of the 2016 Short Course World Championships, but still some familiar faces are missing.