2018 SHORT COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS December 11-16, 2018 Hangzhou, China Event Schedule Start Lists The summer of 2018 witnessed two…
While 20 Australians are preparing to set the Hangzhou pool aflame at this week’s Short Course World Championships, dozens of elite athletes are ready to rock in Brisbane at the 2018 Queensland Short Course Championships. China’s Ning Zetao is among those expected to hit the Brisbane Aquatic Center pool.
South African Olympic gold medalist Chad Le Clos voices his opinion on the future of worldwide swimming.
University of Denver senior women’s swimmer Avery Niemann (Oklahoma City, Okla.) competed earlier this month at the 2018 Pan-American Modern Pentathlon Championships, finishing 14th in the event, the top finishing American woman in the test event for the 2019 American Games in Lima, Peru.
In Australia, a newly proposed funding idea to raise money for local, volunteer-run sporting clubs is being shot down by several power players.
Jenna Strauch is back from years of illness, ready to represent Australia in Hangzhou this week.
At the end of November 2018, Swim Wales officially launched their first ever Youth Panel, which will support Swim Wales and the Volunteer Manager in the development of opportunities and experiences for Swim Wales’ youth membership.
1. No Peaty. 2. Double the walls. it’s anybody’s game in the men’s breaststroke in Hangzhou.
Rikako Ikee raced in a short course yards meet amidst altitude training in Arizona.
Emily Seebohm is entered in the 50m breaststroke at the Short Course World Championships.
Despite Chinese Olympic champion Sun Yang appearing on the initial Provisional Entry List for the 2018 FINA Short Course World Championships, the 27-year-old is absent from the actual entries book.
Katinka Hosszu will look to continue her reign in the women’s medley events in Hangzhou.
“With racing and exams I’ve struggled more than I thought I would,” says 21-year-old Duncan Scott of his performances at the 2018 Scottish Short Course Championships.
The 2018 Scottish Short Course National Championships finished up in Edinburgh tonight, with the University of Stirling snagging the ‘Top Club’ award.
It’s not quite the 12 events that she entered (11 of which she swam) in Windsor, but Hosszu is working her way back to the monster schedules that we’re used to from her.