Mireia Belmonte Garcia won two more events, the 400 free and 200 IM, to close 2014 Spanish Long Course Nationals.
French long course nationals concluded today in Chartres with wins from Florent Manaudou and Camille Muffat, as well as three first-time champions.
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Unlike the rest of the 8 national championship meets going on last week and through the weekend, the British Championships…
Rikke Moller Pederson further lowered her world-leading 200 breast time, and now sits atop the rankings by two and a half seconds.
The Danish paper Ekstra Bladet paper has included Lotte Friis and Jeanette Ottesen on a list of top Danish athletes that they have asked their readership to vote on…
Women’s 50 Freestyle – FINALS Among the greatest weaknesses in all of Japanese swimming is the women’s sprint freestyles; however,…
Mireia Belmonte Garcia turned in the number one time in the world in the women’s 1500m freestyle, cracking 16:00 in the 1500m freestyle
The Dutch men might have a new gold medal contender for this summer’s European Championships.
Niccolo Bonacchi closed Italian Nationals with a bang, downing the national record in the men’s 50 back with the second fastest time in the world.
NCAA co-champ Brad Tandy booked his ticket the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with a big 50 free swim on the closing day of South African Nationals.
CN Marseille Sweeps Top 5 Places in an Exciting Men’s 100 Free Final on Day Five of Nationals in Chartres
Florent Manaudou and the rest of the French sprinters lived up to their hype in a very exciting 100 free final at French National Long Course Championships in Chartres.
Day 3 of the 2014 English Championships was highlighted by several career-best swims from event winners, a new English Record…
Hagino Breaks Two Japanese Records; Women Start Slow But Finish Strong on Day 3 of Japanese Nationals
As more Japanese veterans fail to qualify for Pan Pacs, it’s unquestionable who the country’s star swimmers is: Kosuke Hagino.
More than 3,600 young athletes, ages 15-18, representing more than 200 National Olympic Committees are expected to compete at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games, to be held August 16-28, in Nanjing, China.