Wang Shun was just over a second off of his Chinese national record in the men’s 400m IM tonight in Wuhan, getting another gold to add to his 200 IM victory.
Wang Shun led a 1-2 Chinese punch in the men’s 200m IM, clocking 1:56.25 with teammate Qin Haiyang also speedy in 1:56.79.
17-year-old Wang Jinajiahe opened her Military World Games in style, hitting a 4:04.42 world-leading 400m freestyle in Wuhan, China.
Brazil’s swimming federation, the CBDA, has cut down to 11 total employees, only 1 full-time. That’s a new effort to cut down the federation’s massive debts.
Russia’s Anton Chupkov is headed to the 7th International Military Sports Council (CISM) Military World Games in Wuhan, China.
Kiril Todorov, head of the Mexican Swimming Federation, Federación Mexicana de Natación (FMN), accused the federation’s vice-president Rodolfo Zarco…
Coaracy Nunes, former President of the Brazilian Confederation of Aquatic Sports, as well as two other former officials are found guilty of fraud by the Federal Regional Courts in Brazil.
Costa Rica’s Beatriz Padrón has made a verbal commitment to the University of Nebraska for the 2021-22 season.
With Energy Standard now in a substantial lead over the Cali Condors, how can these teams’ different strengths affect day two’s competition?
Cesar Cielo returns to competition in Italy after much anticipation regarding whether or not the world-renowned swimmer would hang up his suit for good.
After 2 years at Miami of Ohio, Brazil’s Kayky Marquart Mota has announced he plans to transfer to the University of Tennessee next semester.
Check out the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Franko Grgic, Zac Reid, Johnny Carlisle, Fayetteville, North Carolina & Flowers Sea Swim.
Check out the elite international meets headed our way in the month of October, including the first set of International Swimming League (ISL) competitions.
Miguel Cagnoni, president of Brazil’s swimming federation, has announced his resignation, citing his wife’s health. Cagnoni was facing a vote on his removal.
Mexico could face a penalty as a result of wearing swim caps with a displayed abbreviation different from the one permitted by the IOC and FINA.