She posted a 56.57, well under the qualifying standard for Worlds.
In the 200 IM, Sjodin was 1:54.49, winning by over five seconds. He was well under the 1:55.26 qualifying standard, and was a few tenths off of his own national record in this event.
Melanie Henique’s new national record in the 50 fly highlighted day 2 of the French Short Course Championships.
FINA has finally made public comment on the cancelled Energy for Swim 2018 event, blaming ‘short notice’ for the event’s demise.
20-year old Swedish swimmer Victor Johansson has announced that he will withdraw from the Swedish team for the 2018 World Short…
Kira Toussaint of Netherlands doubled up on her 50m back win from night 1 in Singapore by joining the sub-56 club in the 100m back.
20-year-old Kyle Chalmers became the 2nd fastest Aussie in history finishing behind Vlad Morozov in tonight’s 100m free stunner in Singapore.
Vlad Morozov fell just .01 shy of the 100 freestyle World Record held by Amaury Leveaux from back in 2008.
Although he landed off the podium, Michael Andrew’s consolation prize in the 50m breaststroke was a new American Record.
American Michael Andrew is keeping his stellar meet alive in Singapore, nabbing 2 top seeds on day 2.
France’s Medhy Metella easily broke his own French Record in the 100 fly, but still said he’s hoping for more at the World Championships.
2018 Spanish Winter Short Course Championships Thursday, November 15th – Sunday, November 18th Piscina Nova Escullera (Barcelona) Prelims 09:30; Finals…
Konstantin Grigorishin, the head of both the Energy Standard Group and the International Swimming League (ISL), sent a letter to athletes today, harshly criticizing FINA for what he called “self-serving tactics” and promising to use “all legal means available” after what he termed as a postponement of the Energy for Swim meet.
A new organization entitled ‘Japan Sports Fairness Organization’ is being created in an effort to further raise the Asian nation’s anti-doping measures to the levels expected by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Lili Ibanez continues to march her own Mexican National Records down. She broke the 50 free mark twice on Thursday in Singapore.