Guilherme Costa broke the South American Record in the 800 free on Wednesday, and on Thursday took more than a second off the 400 free record as well.
15-year old Brazilian Stephan Steverink continues to turn heads at the national age championships this week in Vitória.
Gabriel Araya has broken the Chilean Record in the 200 fly several times in the last 2 years. His latest effort pulls him closer to an Olympic Invite.
Federica Pellegrini is one of 6 swimmers, and 30 athletes, who will vie for 4 elected spots on the International Olympic Committee’s Athletes’ Commission.
Guilherme Costa cut 3.5 seconds off his South American Record in the men’s 800 free to win the U.S. Open title on Wednesday.
Watch Brazil’s Guilherme Costa down his own South American record in the 800 free by multiple seconds.
15-year-old Stephan Alexander Steverink downed the Troféu Carlos Campos Sobrinho meet record in the 1500m free with 15:26.77.
Kristof Milak springboarded from a 3-gold medal performance at the 2018 Youth Olympics to a World Record in the summer of 2019 in the 200 fly.
Campos broke a pair of Brazilian age records last week in Porto Alegre, and his 200 free was faster than the American record for 13-14s as well.
Sarah Sjostrom will be competing in December as part of the International Swimming League (ISL) Team Energy Standard, but check out what else is going on.
Bruno Fratus, who won a silver medal in the 50 free at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships, is Brazil’s best hope at an Olympic medal in swimming in 2020.
Cesar Cielo, arguably Brazil’s most successful swimmer in history, has expressed uncertainty as to whether he will make a qualification bid for Tokyo 2020.
Check out this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Joseph Schooling, Cate Campbell, Katie Shanahan, Katie Ledecky and more.
20-year-old Michael Andrew snagged 2 golds to close out this FINA World Cup Series campaign, including the 50m fly and 100m back.
Cate Campbell gets it done in the women’s 50m freestyle, firing off a winning effort of 24.11 tonight in Doha, Qatar for World Cup gold.