Check out who is moving where within British Swimming now that the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japa have been postponed until July 2021.
Vazaios will join coaches Ian Hulme and Andi Manley in Loughborough while pursuing his Master’s degree after spending the last four years at NC State.
Alfons Hörmann, the president of the DOSB, is pushing for a gradual reintroduction of sports into German society as the country emerges from the peak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Adam Peaty of Great Britain has revealed via social media that he will be a father by the time next year’s Summer Games roll around.
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Spain’s Sports Council will rely on the decision reached by the nation’s Health Ministry in terms of when athletes will be allowed to return to practice.
Juraj Hlavek, who is a national-level swimmer and international-level surf lifesaving competitor, has been given a 2-year doping suspension.
Hopkin returned to Loughborough shortly after NCAAs were cancelled and immediately popped off a quick 53.3 LCM 100 freestyle.
Kozma was given a violation after he failed to receive a red sticker from Hungarian authorities to indicate his home was a quarantine area.
Hopkin returned to the UK where she was able to get in a long course time trial, posting a 53.3 100 free, just shy of her best
Individual European countries have canceled or postponed their selection meets for the 2020 European Aquatics Championships.
After more than 2 weeks of isolation, Boglarka Kapas has tested negative for coronavirus. After a 2nd test on Friday, she can be declared cured.
The silver medalist in the men’s 100m freestyle from the 2016 Olympic Games, Pieter Timmers of Belgium, has announced he will no longer be pursuing Tokyo.
British Swimming has published slight revisions to its open water (marathon) swimming selection policy for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
“Our nation will need the world of sport in order to be rebuilt, and we must be at the top of our game,” Spanish Sports Council president Irene Lozano said.