Katinka Hosszu cleared yet another meet record this morning with her morning swim in the 100 IM.
Stanislav Donets provided a quick lead-off split for Russia as they cleared the controversial old World Record in the 4×50 Medley Relay
SwimSwam writers and SwimSwam readers team up to break down the big takeaways from Day 1 of the Short Course World Championships.
With her told wins Mireia Belmonte has Spain sitting on top of the medal table…
The Dutch ladies put up the two fastest relay splits in the field and smashed the world record by over three seconds, winning World Championships gold by more than four.
Qatari flame-drummers entertained the crowd as a warmup to the first day’s finals at the 2014 World Short Course Championships in Doha, Qatar.
For whom the Belmonte tolls: Mireia Belmonte knocked off her second World Record in just a few hours with a 4:19.86 in the 400 IM.
Adam Peaty broke the World Championships and British record in the men’s 100 breaststroke posting a time of 56.43…
Lithuanian teenager Ruta Meilutyte is just a single hundredth of a second from owning all four sprint breaststroke world records with one more shot this week to complete the sweep.
Spain’s Mireia Belmonte crushed a super-suited record to become the first woman under two minutes in the 200 fly.
Katinka Hosszu’s third entry on day 1 of this meet has been verified, and the Hungarians are now a relay medal contender.
Hungarian Daniel Gyurta is all-over-the-map on his breaststrokes. This summer, in long course, he infamously dropped the 200 breast at the…
The men’s 100 fly semi-finals, with Ryan Lochte (above), Chad le Clos, and Kosuke Hagino, among others, should be an exciting affair.
Hear from some National Team Directors about their federation’s goals and preparation for the Short Course World Championships.