After setting the 100 SCM fly WJR just yesterday, Japanese teenager Rikako Ikee has punched her name down for two more WJR’s– this time in the 50 SCM fly and 100 SCM IM.
Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson has broken the 50 short course meters breaststroke world record at the Tokyo stop of the FINA World Cup Tour.
Marcel Wouda and Mark Faber have been named as the head coaches of the Nederlands’ National Training Center (NTC) in…
Up until this point of the series, the 100 fly had been dominated by Jeanette Ottesen and Katinka Hosszu. In Tokyo, however, Team USA’s Kelsi Worrell took control of the race, picking up her first gold of the 2016 World Cup series.
Months after leaving Rio, U.S. Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte’s troubles with the Rio gas station incident aren’t over quite yet.
To help mitigate the rising expenses across venues of all sports, a Tokyo committee is suggesting that the Olympic aquatic events be held in the existing Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center, but not all involved agree.
Brazilian Olympian Ana Marcela Cunha underwent a successful surgery to remove her spleen this past Sunday, October 23rd.
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British swimmer Reiss Ormonde-Cunningham has been practicing his kicking, but in more ways than just his usual kick sets in the pool.
Rikako Ikee’s speed shows no signs of slowing down, as the 16-year-old Japanese swimmer scored a new WJR in Tokyo today.
Kyle Chalmers’ golden Olympic summer has given way to continued success in the short course meters pool on the FINA World Cup Tour this fall.
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With just over $15,000 in prize money in Singapore, Katinka Hosszu has passed the $200,000-mark in money earned on the 2016 World Cup series. There are two meets yet to go, along with final points bonuses of up to $100,000.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Russia’s Vladimir Morozov have all but locked up their wins on the FINA World Cup tour for 2016, outscoring all opponents in Singapore to gain Cluster 3 points leads with two meets to go.
Action took place in Aachen, Germany this past weekend at the International Swimming Festival.