27-year old Lorenzo Zazzeri joined a top 6 list that includes World Record holders and Olympic gold medalists on Tuesday at the European SC Championships.
20-year old Luc Kroon won the 400 free in style: negative-splitting the race, and winning his country’s first-ever European Short Course gold in the event.
With 1 day down and 5 to go, the two sprint stars have thus far produced the two swims with the highest FINA point yield.
Record italiano nei 50 dorso in vasca corta per Michele Lamberti, con il crono di 22.79 migliora quanto già fatto nel turno di batteria.
Monteiro, a 2020 Olympic semi-finalist in the women’s 200 fly, withdrew from the meet due to appendicitis but says she’s already back in the water training.
Pilato was the sixth-fastest swimmer in the women’s 100 breast prelims, but won’t advance to the semis after three Italians finished ahead of her.
Russia is facing the highest (official) spike in COVID-19 cases in its history, and LEN has implemented strict protocols for this week’s European Championships.
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During the first session of the 2021 European Short Course Championships, Italy’s Lambreti posted 2 top 3 swims just moments apart.
During the first session of Short Course Euros, Kirpichnikova managed to shave 2 seconds off her own former Russian record in the event.
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Since the LEN started giving out cash awards in 2017, Kliment Kolesnikov has topped the prize money rankings at both editions of the meet.
Lithuania’s Simonas Bilis and Ari-Pekka Liukkonen of Finland have both dropped their respective events at the upcoming meet in Kazan, Russia.
The 2021 European Short Course Championships are almost upon us, so let’s build the hype with the top 5 men’s races to watch in Kazan.
The country’s decision not to race in Kazan means the absence of Olympic medalists Peaty, Dean, Scott, Anderson, and Dawson.