The shift will bring open water swimming much closer to the city than it was at the 2017 World Championships.
After a stunning performance on night 1 of the 2019 Polish National Swimming Championships where she became the first Polish woman ever under 25 seconds in the 50m freestyle, Katarzyna Wilk was back at it on night 2.
Kacper Majchrzak clocked his fastest 200m free time in a year to take the gold medal tonight at Polish Nationals.
On the heels of having been announced as one of the members of Great Britain’s 2019 World University Games squad, Mark Szaranek has joined the University of Stirling talent hotbed.
24-year-old Pawel Juraszek kicked off his 2019 Polish Nationals campaign with a convincing win in the men’s 50m freestyle tonight in Olsztyn.
Yulia Efimova explained to SwimSwam whether she will swim the 200 breaststroke at World Championships or not. Efimova placed 3rd in the event at Russian Nationals, what theoretically would leave her out from defending her 2017 world champion title.
Andrei Chulkov was the top award winner at the meet, taking 8 total medals – including 6 golds.
The roster will be led by Danas Rapsys, who won the 200 and 400 free at last weekend’s FINA Champions Series.
The 4th fastest 1500m freestyler in the world this season, Jan Micka, will be competing this weekend in Pardubice.
The ISL Team Aqua Centurions’ roster continues to grow as Italian National Record holder Margherita Panziera has been announced as joining the squad for its inaugural season.
Retired Italian swimmer Filippo Magnini has lost his appeal, as the National Anti-doping Tribunal has upheld the freestyle ace’s 4-year ban on competitive swimming.
Wojciech Wojdak, the man who scored silver in the 800m freestyle at the 2017 World Championships in Budapest, is heading to the Polish National Championships this week.
Olympic Champion Sarah Sjostrom grabbed 5 golds and one silver at the Budapest stop of the FINA Champions Swim Series. There she explained us why she probably won’t swim the 200 free at the World Championships this summer and her plans for the 100 fly.
14-year-old Jacob Whittle continues to make waves heading into this summer’s European Junior Championships.
Bromley teen Tamryn Van Selm, the 15-year-old who broke through in a big way at the British National Swimming Championships this past April and carried her speed into the London Regionals last weekend.