Nick Folker, co-founder of BridgeAthletic, trains NBC TV star Natalie Morales and 12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin.
The French team made up of Florent Manaudou (21.22), Jeremy Stravius (20.87), Melanie Henique (24.61) and Anna Santamans (24.44) won the event in a time of 1:31.14, breaking the World Record of 1:32.52 set by the Japanese in Dubai.
After winning the 50 butterfly at the World Championships in Barcelona the only woman who has been able to defeat Jeanette Ottesen Gray of Denmark is herself.
The International Swimming Hall of Fame, Inc., (ISHOF) announced today that upon the expiration of its current fifty-year agreement with the City of Fort Lauderdale, in February of 2015, it will not renew and will look for a new home in another city.
After being upset in the 100 butterfly earlier in the evening Chad le Clos made sure that he would be the one standing on the top spot on the podium after the 200 IM.
Race video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner. Women’s 100 IM – Doha FINA World Cup –…
Katinka Hosszu collected her second gold of the evening winning the women’s 200 butterfly in a time of 2:06.60.
Radoslaw Kawecki won the 200 backstroke with ease posting a time of 1:48.93. Tom Shields, who finished second to Kawecki in the same event in Dubai, won his second medal of the evening, collecting the silver touching in a time of 1:51.64.
The Toronto Pan Am Pool is one of 4 finalists to host Canada’s next Olympic Trials, and has a significantly larger seating capacity than the other bids.
Le Clos and Hosszu have again taken top prizes, but Russia’s Vlad Morozov in Doha officially made his decision to go pro a financially-positive one.
Led by Florent Manaudou, France has broken their second mixed relay World Record of the Doha World Cup stop.
Men’s 1500 freestyle In the men’s 1500 freestyle it looked World Cup record holder Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri was on his…
British Swimming sends a squad of just 11 swimmers to the 2013 European Short Course Championships, including defending 400 IM champ Hannah Miley (above).
Hilary Caldwell still finds it hard to believe she touched the wall third in the women’s 200-metre backstroke final at the FINA World Championships this past summer. But the bronze medal was her reward for the countless early morning rises and thousands of kilometres she’s swum since was a youngster.