The medals will incorporate several key elements such as the addition of a ripple effect to the medal while giving it a three-dimensional look.
Duncan Scott threw down the 2nd fastest 100m free anchor of all-time at this year’s World Championships, but this weekend he has BUCS on his mind.
Fresh off the FINA World Cup Series, Swedish Olympian Michelle Coleman headlines the entry lists for the Swedish Short Course Championships.
After racing at every stop of this year’s World Cup Series, Vlad Morozov had no problem admitting he ‘wasn’t fresh’ during his final few races in Doha.
Lauren Wetherell spent time training in the United States at the Bolles School in Florida, but has been back in the UK for the last 2 years.
18-year-old Ellen Walshe produced a new Irish national record in the women’s 50m fly while competing in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Maria Kameneva finished the 2019 Russian SC Championships with 6 Golds and 1 Silver, placing her at the top of the medal table
While competing on the final day of the 2019 Danish Open SC C’ships, 21-year-old Tobias Bjerg fired off a new national record in the men’s 100m breaststroke.
Valentine Dumont and Lander Hendrickx ended their Belgian Short Course Championships in style, each setting a new national mark.
Martina Carraro won a battle royale of breaststroke record breakers on day 2 of the Nico Sapio Trophy in Genoa on Saturday.
Quadarella raced her event wearing a symbol around her arm mourning the loss of Antonino Candido, Marco Triches, and Matteo Gastaldo.
Adam Peaty has won British Swimming’s Swimmer of the Year honor for the 3rd time, but was beaten-out for overall Athlete of the Year.
Pieter Timmers claimed the 100m free win on night 1 of the 2019 Belgian Short Course Championships. He also helped power his medley relay squad to a record.
Anastasia Fesikova (above) defended her Russian title in the 50 back, while Oleg Kostin took out the Russian Record in the 50 fly.
The Danish Short Course Championships continued tonight, with Emilie Beckmann leading the women’s 50m fly with eyes on Glasgow.