European Championships wrapped up this last week. There were many impressive swims. We’ve covered the team trophy, and the medal table, but there is more performance information that we can look at.
Adam Peaty and the European breaststrokers would’ve swept the Pan Pacs in a dual meet scenario.
Svetlana Romashina, four-time FINA synchronized swimmer of the year, plans to come out of retirement to buoy Russia’s already-dominant synchronized swimming program.
The nation of Russia won both the overall medal count and the LEN Trophy based on FINA points at this year’s European Championships.
Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov helped give his nation 6 medals between his individual and relay performances at the 2018 European Championships.
Ben Proud will aim to lower his textile WR of 21.11 in the men’s 50 free final in Glasgow.
Although Laszlo Cseh has admittedly had trouble racing lately, he says he’s still very much enjoying swimming and in it for the long haul to Tokyo
The Belgian 29-year-old gave an insightful statement on why she still loves swimming and competing at the highest level
After claiming her 4th consecutive Euro title in the 50 fly, Sarah Sjostrom explained to the media why her thumb was in such pain
Ferry Weertman won gold in the men’s 10k at the European Championships after the judges required a photo finish to determine the winner.
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The British women broke their National Record en route to winning bronze in the women’s 400 medley relay.
Kira Toussaint broke the Dutch Record in the 100 back leading off their medley relay in Glasgow.
Yuliya Efimova produced the fastest breaststroke split in history – 1:03.95 – as the Russian women won the 400 medley relay in Glasgow in a new Championship Record.