While the Russians and Americans have as many medals, 8 golds leaves the team from Australia atop the medals table…
Fresh off a silver medal performance in the 50m backstroke, Minna Atherton helped her Australian teammates to a gold medal and new junior world record in the 400m free relay to close out day 5
New Zealand’s Gabrille Fa’Amausili (right) retained her 50m back junior world title, and took back her junior world record from Australian rival Minna Atherton
Brazil’s Pedro Spajari broke American Caeleb Dressel’s 100m freestyle championship record of 48.97 leading the semi-finals in a blistering 48.87
Slovenia’s Tjasa Oder saw her 1500m freestyle championship record get broken on the 5th night of finals at Junior World Championships by Italy’s Simona Quadarella
Team USA came out in front of the prelims of the women’s 100 fly with a 58.87 by Cassidy Bayer. That’s a new best for Bayer, who came into the meet with a 59.00 from 2015 U.S. Nationals.
Team Canada set 2 new Canadian deaf swimming records in the final day of the 2015 World Deaf Swimming Championships in San Antonio, Texas.
Canada’s Taylor Ruck, who trains in Arizona, clocked a 53.95 to clear the old record of 54.47 done by Siobhan Haughey in 2013.
Taylor Ruck has been an intriguing junior prospect at the domestic level for several years now. But this summer’s Junior World Championships seem to be serving notice that Ruck has arrived on an even bigger stage.
Canada’s Kelowna AquaJets swim club has fired new head coach Lois Daigneault after news surfaced that Daigneault was under a 7-year suspension by USA Swimming, a suspension the club says she never disclosed.
Frustrating news in terms of coverage for the 2015 FINA World Junior Championships.
Michael Andrew is set to swim an incredible eight individual events at the World Junior Championships set to begin on Tuesday, August 25th.
Lois Daigneault, the newly-hired coach of Canadian club the Kelowna Aquajets, is under a 7-year suspension from USA Swimming, according…
Following the resignation of former Kelowna AquaJets head coach Peter Wilkins, the Canadian swim club announced that Lois Daigneault will take over…
Katie Ledecky is our female swimmer of the meet, with 5 gold medals and 3 world records to show for her efforts in Kazan