Let’s see what multi-Olympic medalist Kyle Chalmers has in store for tonight’s 100m freestyle at the FINA World Cup stop in Budapest.
Hungarian Kristof Milak nearly hit a lifetime best in the SCM 100 fly this morning. Let’s see what he’s got in the tank for tonight’s final.
Stop #2 of the 2021 FINA World Cup Series got underway this morning in Budapest, with Kristof Milak making his presence known from the get-go.
Harvey discusses following her age-group coach, Tom Rushton, to Turkey as a 17-year-old when he went to coach Energy Standard at Gloria Sports Arena in 2017
Maggie MacNeil broke the Canadian record in the 100 SCM butterfly and won gold at the 2021 FINA World Cup, with a time of 55.30.
Australia’s Olympic golden girl Emma McKeon is the top-seeded 100m freestyler for tonight’s final on day 3 of the FINA World Cup stop in Berlin.
Maggie MacNeil took out Penny Oleksiak’s 50 fly NR in Berlin while Holly Barratt delivered the world’s fastest swim in the event this year.
On a break from his London Roar ISL squad, Aussie Kyle Chalmers will try to double up on his 50 free victory here in Berlin with a 100 free gold tonight.
MacNeil becomes the third woman to break this record in less than a month, following ISL swimmers Kylie Masse and Ingrid Wilm.
Australia’s multi-Olympic medalist from Tokyo, Emma McKeon, will vie for the 50m freestyle crown tonight in Berlin at stop #1 of the FINA World Cup Series.
Swimmers such as Kyle Chalmers of Australia are changing gears from the International Swimming League to the first stop of the World Cup Series in Berlin.
Swim Alberta isn’t allowing any inter-club meets for the next three weeks after the province declared a State of Emergency in mid-September.
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