At the FINA World Cup stop in Berlin, Ilaria Cusinato went season bests in the 200 IM and 400 IM, nabbing a bronze medal in the 400 IM.
Olympian Femke Heemskerk took silver in the women’s 200m free at the 2017 European Short Course Championships. She’s bound for Glasgow this December.
Swiss national record holder and 2019 European Junior Champion Antonio Djakovic is among the talent headed for this year’s North Sea Swim Meet.
Budapest’s Duna Arena continues to serve as one of the new jewels in the international swimming hosting circuit in 2020.
While competing at Circolo Canottieri Aniene this weekend, Simona Quadarella broke the Italian national record in the women’s short course 1500m freestyle.
16-year-old Anastasia Gorbenko of the LA Current broke the European Junior record and Israeli national record in the SCM 200 IM.
23-year-old Szebasztian Szabo swims to a new Hungarian National Record in the SCM 50 butterfly during the ISL Meet in Budapest.
The emblem is composed of a gold medal symbolizing sport, a flame depicting the Olympic and Paralympic Movement, and Marianne representing France itself.
In case you missed it, check out the top 5 swims from this year’s Military World Games, which wrapped up from Wuhan, China earlier this week.
France’s Florent Manaudou will be back in action in November representing Team Energy Standard at ISL meets, but check out additional action around the world.
Led by surprise skins-race finalist Emma McKeon (above), the London Roar are in position to make the Las Vegas final after a week 3 victory.
Earlier this month, as part of its 150th-anniversary festivities, Swim England announced the first 26 members of its inaugural Hall of Fame class.
Sarah Sjostrom won 4 individual medals at the 2017 edition of the European Short Course Championships, but the Swede will be opting out of this year’s event.
ISL ambassador Adam Peaty (above) will make his league debut this weekend in Budapest, Hungary, alongside Mireia Belmonte and James Guy.