Headed into the 2nd cluster kicking off in Hong Kong this weekend, FINA has tweaked the criteria for individual medalists having direct access to the final.
The four teams for Brazil’s 2017 Raia Rapida (translates to “Fast Lane”) sprint meet have been confirmed: the host nation, the United States, Italy and Argentina. And for the first time, the meet will feature both men and women – two swimmers of each gender per team.
Stefano Batista, who was born in Brazil but now lives in Indiana and swims for Carmel High School and Carmel Swim Club, has made a verbal commitment to The Ohio State University for 2018-19.
Hungary’s young talent Liliána Szilágyi will now train under Brazilian coach Arilson Silva.
We’re less than a month away from Brazil’s annual sprint format showdown meet, and Bruno Fratus has already been named as one of the four members of a home team looking to win its third consecutive title.
Watch two Brazilian women race men to the finish of an Brazilian Open Water Championships 10K.
The championships were due to begin on September 30th in Mexico City.
Mexico has been rattled by two major earthquakes in 2 weeks.
The Mexican Swimming Federation has failed to follow through on promises of a public apology and on financial reparations to a former synchronized swimmer who says she was mistreated by the federation.
The Brazilian Swimming Federation (CBDA) has announced that it will be prohibiting tech suits for age group swimmers.
The official website, www.panpacs2018.com, is now available to the public, with general competition information available at this time.
Brazil’s swimming federation, the CBDA, has announced its selection procedures for the major international meets of 2018, along with the domestic events that will allow swimmers to qualify for international teams.
Manuella Lyrio is leaving Brazil to train at the University of Toronto.
Brazilian sprinter Marcelo Chierighini has relocated his training base from Auburn back to his home country of Brazil, for the time being….
The USA finished with double the number of total medals earned by any other country. They tallied up 32 medals, while Japan and Hungary tied for 2nd with 16 medals each.