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Brazilian Olympic medalist Thiego Pereira was honored with a life-size statue in his hometown of Volta Redonda, Brazil. Created and signed…
50 backstroke short course world champion Etiene Medeiros is our South American Female Swimmer of the Year.
Out of a tight pool of athletes, Felipe Franca Silva’s South American record in the 100 breast tipped him over the edge to win the 2016 Swammy Award for South American Male Swimmer of the Year.
President of the Brazilian Confederation of Aquatic Sports (CBDA), Coaracy Nunes, was fined R $20,000 by the Court of Audit of…
Rio de Janiero’s mayor-elect Marcello Crivella has come up with a plan that would reimburse tourists who were mugged during their visit to the city.
Colorado Time Systems (CTS), una empresa de PlayCore, está complacido en anunciar un nuevo distribuidor autorizado en México.
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.
Hungary’s David Foldhazi, the sixth seed coming into the men’s 200 back, is our only major scratch for the morning, but we will still see Australia’s Mitch Larkin (pictured) take on the event.
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…
Mireia Belmonte, despite her bronchitis trouble this week, is on the start lists for the 200 IM prelims this morning in Windsor.
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.