The former USC Trojan, turned UNLV Rebel, Kasia Wilk broke her country’s record in the 50 freestyle last week at Polish Nationals with a time of 24.73.
It looks as if swim fans will have to wait at least another week until rosters for the four US-based ISL teams will be released.
USA Swimming has announced the rosters of juniors who will travel internationally to both the Mare Nostrum tour in June…
2-time Olympian Jess Ashwood of Australia quietly retired from swimming in 2018 after an impressive career that saw the 26-year-old wreak havoc on her nation’s record boards.
By WADA’s standards, the lab is still “approved,” but not officially “accredited.”
The qualification standards for Dutch swimmers have been released for this December’s European Short Course Championships.
31-year-old Holly Barratt was named 2019 Westpac Swimmer of the Year at the Swimming Western Australia Annual Awards held this past week.
NCAA champion and European Championships medalist Kristian Gkolomeev of Greece has joined the ISL squad Aqua Centurions.
With only 50 days remaining until the start of the 18th FINA World Championships, the hesitation of the DPRK also now throws into question future sporting events North and South Korea have stated they will unify for, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and the 2032 Olympic Games, which the two countries once expressed interest in launching a joint bid to host.
Hungarian swimming icon Laszlo Cseh has joined the International Swimming League squad Aqua Centurions.
In the talk, which was featured on the TEDx YouTube channel, Cabral discusses what makes her different than her peers, and how she believes that embracing diversity and being proud of those differences are what defines her.
British Swimming has released its selection criteria for the 2019 European Short Course Championships.
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In a somewhat surprising move, USADA is recognizing the NSF Certified for Sport program as the best way for athletes to ensure they are taking clean supplements.
19-year-old Barbora Seemanova will represent Czech Republic this summer at the 2019 FINA World Championships.