Daiya Seto wrapped up his 2019 Tokyo Open in major style, producing a 1:55.98 200 IM personal best en route to topping the podium.
Despite an untimely disqualification on the final relay of the day yesterday, Energy Standard heads into today leading London Roar by 14 points.
Mandy Bell (center), formerly of the City of Derby Swim Club, has been named as Head Coach of Stockport Metro in England.
Freya Anderson, swimming her 3rd lifetime best of the day in the 200 free, broke Fran Halsall’s old British Record that was set in 2009.
Daiya Seto went 1-2 in his tough 400m IM/200m fly double tonight in Tokyo, with Kristof Milak getting in the way of his double gold plans.
WADA’s Compliance Review Committee is recommending that the World Anti-Doping Agency consider Russia’s anti-doping body non-compliant with WADA rules.
2015 double European Short Course champion Jenna Laukkanen (above) is among the initial names committed to the 2020 Euro Meet.
Multi-Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu wreaked havoc on the women’s events at the 2017 edition of the European Short Course Championships.
Visiting Hungarian swimmer Kristof Milak was back at it this evening at the Tatsumi International Swimming Center, taking the men’s 400m free event.
Hungarian Olympian Tamas Kenderesi was charged with ‘an indecent act’ following an incident in a Gwangju, Korea nightclub during the World Championships.
That appears to be Hopkin’s best-ever relay split, and she just missed making the top ten all-time performances list with her time.
At full form, Siobhan-Marie O’Connor (above) has MVP-caliber range. She and Duncan Scott will reinforce a short-handed London Roar roster this weekend.
Five men in the United Kingdom were convicted last week of running a £65 million (~$84 million U.S. Dollar) steroid distribution operation in Europe.
The Italian Swimming Federation (FIN) announced today that 41 swimmers have been selected to represent Italy at the 2019 European Short Course Championships