Siobhan Haughey has been on a tear in 2021, and enters this week as the top seed in the women’s 100 and 200 free.
Get a first look at the entry lists for the 2021 FINA Short Course World Championships coming up less than one week out from today.
After nearly 11 hours of swimming in 57 degree Fahrenheit water, McCardel is set to do it again next week to break the “Queen of the English Channel” record.
FINA has offered 140 scholarship for swimmers, divers, and open water swimmers to receive world-class training that otherwise might not be available to them. (Above: Marcelo Costa of El Salvador, an alumnus of the FINA Scholarship program)
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New Zealand’s Helena Gasson, swimming for the LA Current in the 2021 season of the ISL, lowered her home country’s National Record in the 100 butterfly.
Pascoe said she blacked out on deck after winning her fourth straight Paralympic gold medal in the 200 IM. She had already won three medals in Tokyo.
The third match of the 2021 ISL season will feature Iron and London Roar in their season 3 debuts, alongside Energy Standard and the New York Breakers.
The first match of the ISL’s third season include Season 1 champions Energy Standard, the DC Trident, the Aqua Centurions, and the Toronto Titans.
Caeleb Dressel was one of the history-makers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, joining rarefied air with five gold medals.
While you’re counting down the days until the Tokyo Paralympic Games opening ceremony, find your national broadcasting information for the Games here.
The nation of New Zealand is entering at least a 3-day lockdown which means its Short Course Championships have been indefinitely postponed.
2020 Olympian and former University of Kentucky standout Ali Galyer has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
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