British Swimming CEO Jack Buckner drops in on the SwimSwam Pod. Buckner leads Team U.K. into the Olympics with a long list of stars like Adam Peaty.
Belarusian Ilya Shymanovich has qualified for the Tokyo Olympics with his 100 breast World No. 6 swim of 58.77, clearing the automatic cut of 59.93.
The IOC AC has issued recommendations on Rule 50, which covers how athletes are allowed to express themselves during the Olympic Games.
Romanian 16-year-old David Popovici put on a freestyle show in Ukraine over the weekend, raining personal bests in the process.
Two more national records fell tonight in Dublin at the Irish Olympic Trials, though no new Tokyo qualifiers came out of the session.
Teenager Merve Tuncel tore it up in her native Turkey tonight, registering a new 800m free national record en route to gold.
Let’s dive on into another hectic month of Olympic-qualifying action, with May also including the European Championships.
Ida Hulkko broke the 100 BR Finnish record at 1:06.90 in Stockholm, yet settled for a 1:08.70 AM effort in Helsinki, placing second behind Jenna Laukkanen.
The Royal Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) has appointed British coach Robert Greenwood as the new head coach of the Madrid National Training Center.
Veronika Andrusenko (above) is one of four swimmers who didn’t qualify at the Olympic Trials, but who have been to Russia’s tentative Olympic roster.
50m freestyle Olympic champion Pernille Blume is among the Danish athletes nominated to the European Championships roster.
Danielle Hill lowered her own Irish record in the 100 back final, taking it from 1:00.48 done in semifinals last night down to a 1:00.34, just off the cut.
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