ISL Team Iron has revealed its coaching staff for the inaugural season, with Arpad Petrov and Jozsef Nagy leading the stacked athlete roster.
Another Brit enters the International Swimming League (ISL) fold, with Abbie Wood joining the US-based NY Breakers squad.
Spain’s roster is composed of three female and one male swimmer: Mireia Belmonte, Jimena Perez, Jessica Vall, and Joan Lluis Pons.
Riku Pöytäkivi lowered his own Finnish National Record in the SCM 50 fly over the weekend, competing in his home nation.
25-year-old Brendan Hyland clocked a new Irish National Record in the men’s 200m fly, helping him earn the Irish Swimming Performance Athlete of the Year.
Medley relay anchor Duncan Scott brought home 2 awards from Scottish Swimming last night, recognizing his stellar championships summer.
Minnesota’s new distance coach Jeff Kostoff will have a big distance group to work with beginning in the fall of 2020.
Budapest is the last of the regular season events to put tickets on sale. With the biggest regular-season arena, tickets for this meet are the cheapest.
Seto, the 200 SCM Fly World Record holder, is one of the first Asian swimmers to be announced as a signee of the International Swimming League.
After 2 years at Miami of Ohio, Brazil’s Kayky Marquart Mota has announced he plans to transfer to the University of Tennessee next semester.
The 2019 Asian Age Group Championships wrapped up, but not before the nation of Japan topped the medal table with an impressive 79 pieces of hardware.
Two Florida women won’t be competing this NCAA season: Mabel Zavaros will be taking an Olympic redshirt and Layla Black has returned to Great Britain.
British youngsters Nicholas Pyle and Sophie Yendell are changing things up training home-wise as they continue to grow in their aquatic careers.
India’s newly-minted 100 backstroke national record holder collected gold on the penultimate night of competition at the 2019 Asian Age Championships.
The IOC’s plans to update its transgender athlete policies before Tokyo 2020 have reportedly come to a halt, according to The Guardian.