Junior World Champion and record holder Nicolo Martinenghi has returned to regular training after recovery from a pubic bone fracture….
Russian breaststroke star Kirill Prigoda plans on attending all seven of the 2018 FINA World Cup stops.
To help with its delivery of the UK High Performance System Mental Health strategy, the English Institute of Sport (EIS) is looking for its first ‘Head of Mental Health’ leader.
2018 World Military Championhips August 16-23, 2018 Samara, Russia Results The 2018 edition of the World Military Championships in Samara,…
The Royal Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) has announced that former junior international swimmer Cati Arasa will be joining the organization as an assistant to Head Coach Fred Vergnoux as of September 1st.
The Greek youth water polo team won their first FINA World Youth Championships 2018 title on Sunday August 19 in Szombathely, Hungary, beating Spain 9-8 (3-3, 4-1, 2-3, 0-1) in the final.
Russian star backstroker Kliment Kolesnikov speaks on a wide variety of topics following a World Record in the 50 back at the 2018 European Championships.
Gyarfas, a former Hungarian Swimming Federation president and current LEN treasurer, was detained in April in connection with the late 1990s murder of a Hungarian media rival.
The Italians won the Open Water Trophy at the European Championships with 175 points.
Thanks to 23 gold medals in Glasgow, including 10 earned in pool swimming, Russia has passed Germany for the top of the all-time medals table across disciplines, based on a traditional Gold-Silver-Bronze sort.
In a postal meet scenario, American Katie Ledecky would have been the big winner with 3 individual gold medals.
We have named our official awards for the 2018 European Championships.
Hungarian Kristof Rasovszky won the men’s 25k to give him two gold and three total medals for the Open Water competition at the European Championships.
Aleksandr Bondar won a pair of golds on the 10-meter platform events to push Russia to the medal table victory in diving at the 2018 European Championships.
European gold wasn’t enough for Alessandro Miressi. He was back in the water racing this week, and broke an Italian National Record less than 72 hours after the last swims of the European Championships.