“Swimming has been the biggest part of my life for the past 10 years but it is time to listen to my heart and move on,” says Charlotte Atkinson of GBR.
The majority of aquatic athletes with the nation of Scotland are set to remain out of the water through at least mid-September.
With pools opening Monday in Wales, the nation’s government has empowered local authorities to enforce coronavirus-related protocols.
When it comes to the 100m freestyle, Italian 14-year-old Lorenzo Galossi is playing for keeps with a monster new lifetime best.
NC State’s 2019 ACC Freshman of the Year Nyls Korstanje has decided to return to his home nation of the Netherlands instead of becoming a Wolfpack junior.
Sharon van Rouwendaal, 10k Olympic gold medalist from Rio, has ended her collaboration with her longtime coach Philippe Lucas.
The Italian IMer Ilaria Cusinato published a letter about reasons that led her to leave the Federal Center of Ostia (Rome) in the summer of 2019.
The various regional championships continue across Italy, with a yet another notable swim emerging, this time out of Calabria yesterday.
Olympic champion in the women’ s200 fly, Mireia Belmonte of Spain, is among those elite heading to Portugal August 14th-16th.
In addition to Hungarians, Austria, Czech Republic and Poland were represented at one of the first international meets to run in months.
Former Michigan Wolverine Felix Auboeck put up a fight in the 200m free, clocking the 2nd fastest time of his career in Graz.
Freestyle dominator Danas Rapsys is set to race next week in his home nation of Lithuania, set to get wet in the short course 200m free.
Key elite Dutch swimmers will get some racing underway next week in the eastern city of Hengelo, including record-holder Arno Kamminga.
We have a listing of the key Italian swimmers ready to race at the 57th edition of the storied Sette Colli Trophy in Rome.
Some exciting swims are happening in Italy this month, as the nation’s Regional Championships are being held remotely at various locations.