Cheng explains that now, it’s about having fun in training and racing, enjoying the process instead of focusing on the times as the end-all, be-all goal.
15-year-old Benedetta Pilato and 19-year-old Thomas Ceccon were Italy’s two Olympic qualifiers from this weekend’s competition in Riccione.
For the second consecutive year, Australia’s Matt Wilson has earned the Swammy Award for the Oceania Male Swimmer of the Year.
With the help of FINA, the United States Artistic Swimming and Canadian Artistic Swimming have announced a plan for virtual world series events.
Suspended swimmer Daiya Seto is eyeing potentially kicking off his 2021 racing season at February’s Japan Open, a non-selection event.
The foursome of Konrad Czerniak, Jan Holub, Jan Switkowski and Marcin Cieslak produced a new Polish national record in the men’s 4x100m freestyle relay.
Through 4 days’ worth of action at the 2020 Polish Winter Swimming Championships, numerous national records bit the dust.
18-year-old Eddie Wang has been named best male athlete of Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) at the nation’s Sports Elite Awards ceremony.
Making some major noise right at Danish C’ships was 20-year-old Alexander Norgaard, who took the men’s 800m freestyle title in record-breaking style.
Three-time Hungarian Olympian Agnes Bernek-Mutina and two-time Hungarian Olympian have announced the birth of their firstborn child Berne today via Instagram.
Jack McMillan rewrote the Irish record books last night in the 200m free and the Bangor swimmer was back at it to close the Irish Winter Meet.
On the last day of swimming at the 2020 Russian SC Champs, 16-year-old Evgeniia Chikunova swam to victory in the 200 breast with a 2:18.10 for gold.
Clubs like Guildford City are back to virtual training as London and surrounding areas in England are entering another strict lockdown.
Bulgarian teenager Josif Miladinov just put up the #2 time in the world in the men’s 100m fly while competing at his nation’s team championsihps.
Shymanovich posted a time of 55.34 in the 100 breast at the Belarusian Short Course Championships to break Adam Peaty’s world record of 55.41.