The annual Mare Nostrum series enters its second leg on Wednesday, with participants moving to Barcelona, Spain after a weekend stop in Canet, France.
Japan’s Daiya Seto (left) and Kosuke Hagino (right) will take on American Ryan Lochte in the IMs at Mare Nostrum’s first stop.
With the Pan Am Games drawing near, some of Canada’s brightest young swimmers will get to assess their progress over the next two weekends while competing in the Mare Nostrum Series.
Four top Welsh swimmers will be setting sail to continental Europe for the Mare Nostrum Series, including Commonwealth freestyle champion Jazz Carlin.
The start lists for the first stop on the Mare Nostrum series have been published, with world record-breaking breaststroker Adam Peaty among the biggest names.
“She is training better and better week after week but still not 100% … not great timing.”
The Mare Nostrum series’ Monaco stop – the final stop on the tour – has posted start lists that include some huge names, including the Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu, the American SwimMAC contingent led by Ryan Lochte, and the rising group of Danish women including world record-holder Rikke Moller Pedersen.
Great Britain’s World Championships team will compete in the Mare Nostrum series this June after holding a training camp in France, according to the British Swimming website.
As the month of June comes to a close, we at SwimSwam wanted to take a look back at one of the more unique and memorable meets the month offered: the Mare Nostrum circuit.
19-year-old Adam Peaty has put himself right in between Christian Sprenger and Cameron van der Burgh in what once looked like a two-man race for world’s top sprint breaststroker.
Jeanette Ottesen took the women’s 50 butterfly in Barcelona in a time of 25.27…
On the first day of racing in Barcelona at the final stop of the Mare Nostrum Series Adam Peaty, Nathan Adrian and Jazz Carlin all put up times that rank in the top three in the world…
France’s Florent Manaudou wasn’t risking another prelims stumble like he had in Canet earlier in the week.
French star and 2011 100 backstroke World Champion Jeremy Stravius has pulled out of the latest stop of the Mare Nostrum series in Barcelona due to an injury…
The final stop of the circuit will feature a big-time showdown of the top two 200 flyers in the world for 2014, Chad le Clos and Daiya Seto (pictured).