Ana Marcela Cunha (above) Brazil won her 4th 25km title in the last 5 editions, and her 2nd gold medal of these World Championships.
Santos reportedly claims he came into contact with the substance accidentally, and FINA accepted his defense, offering a reduced suspension.
The 2019 World Championships will see swimming kick-off in a matter of days, so study up on these entry lists in the meantime.
For the first time in the of the FINA World Aquatics Championships, the nations of Bhutan, St. Kitts and Nevis and Eritrea will be participating.
Mexican Federal Sports Commissioner Ernesto D’Alessio has replied days after Kiril Todorov, President of Mexico’s Swimming Federation, accused D’Alessio…
The FINA doping panel hearing for Brazilian sprinter Gabriel Santos will be held on July 19th at 2PM in Gwangju, South…
The flags of 194 nations will wave across the 6 disciplines of aquatic sports at the 2019 FINA World Aquatics Championships – an increase of 12 from 2017.
Cook Islands took home a gold medal at the 2019 Pacific Games with Wesley Roberts’ win in the men’s 200m freestyle in Samoa.
Kara Hanlon was one of the multiple event winners at this year’s NatWest Island Games that concluded on Friday, July 12th.
Sarah Sjostrom’s 3 gold, 1 silver medal performance at the 2017 World Championships earned her $75,000 in prize money individually.
Kalisz, who swept the IM events in Budapest, is currently ranked 9th in the world for 2019 with a 1:57.68 from the TYR Pro Swim Series.
The Pan American Sports Organization will produced nearly 5000 medals to hand out at the 2019 Pan American Games and ParaPan American Games.
The men’s 100 meter butterfly is Caeleb Dressel’s event to lose. This season, Dressel has already been faster than he was in all of 2018 with a 50.36.
Mexico could face Olympic and World Championship ban following some controversies involving Mexican Federal Sports Commsssioner Ernesto D’Alessio.
The swimming portion of the 2019 Summer World University Games (Summer Universiade) begins on July 4th in Naples, Italy. (Above: Team USA’s Ella Eastin)