Kara Hanlon was one of the multiple event winners at this year’s NatWest Island Games that concluded on Friday, July 12th.
Sarah Sjostrom’s 3 gold, 1 silver medal performance at the 2017 World Championships earned her $75,000 in prize money individually.
Duncan Scott earned 3 individual titles at the British Championships this past April and now has been named BUCS Sportsman of the Year.
Kalisz, who swept the IM events in Budapest, is currently ranked 9th in the world for 2019 with a 1:57.68 from the TYR Pro Swim Series.
A deal between FINA and Australian broadcasters concerning the presenting of the FINA World Championships has still yet to be struck.
Katie Shanahan already took 400m IM bronze in Kazan last week at European Juniors, but she’s also now heading to Baku for the EYOF.
17-year old Artem Selin swam one of the fastest U18 50 frees in history on Sunday at the European Junior Swimming Championships.
The men’s 100 breaststroke will be one of the premier finals on Sunday evening in Kazan as the 2019 European Junior Swimming Championships conclude.
After winning the 100 and 400 frees already, Germany’s Isabel Gose has a chance for 2 more medals, in the 50 and 200 freestyles, on Saturday.
A host of intense finals for both men and women are about to go down in Kazan on day 3 of the 2019 European Junior Swimming Championships.
American Makayla Sargent (above) is now officially the winner of the women’s 400 IM gold medal at the World University Games in Napoli.
18-year-old Brit Archie Goodburn whipped out the best time of his young career in the men’s 50m breast to lead the pack out of the prelims.
Isabel Gose as been a part of all 4 German gold-medal winning results, though Italy still holds a narrow 1-bronze lead heading into day 3.
Abbie Wood of Great Britain missed the start of the women’s 400 IM final at World University Games. Team GBR has filed an appeal with FISU.
Remember the name Jacob Whittle, as the teen just broke the 50-second barrier in the 100m freestyle at just 14 years of age.