The 56th Geneva Challenge wrapped up from Centre Sportif des Vernets yesterday with Roman Mityukov topping the podium once again.
“I reflected on where I lost in the 50 butterfly, or where I was still short of the champion MacNeil, and I improved the technique of turning,” Zhang said.
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In the midst of a busy weekend, second-year Gabe Mastromatteo won the men’s 100 breast (1:02.60) and 200 breast (2:24.99) at the Toronto Grand Prix.
During his NCAA debut this weekend, Hubert Kos offered Arizona State a glimpse of the scoring potential the 19-year-old Hungarian could bring to NCAAs.
Olympic medalist Daiya Seto wasted no time getting his 2023 underway, firing off a time of 1:56.72 in the 200m IM at the Kosuke Kitajima Cup.
17-year-old Tomoyuki Matsushita of Japan just produced a monster LCM 400 IM time of 4:12.20, a result which would rank him #2 among American 17-18-yr-olds.
Italy’s Gabriele Detti was back in the water on day two of the 2023 Geneva Challenge, taking on the two events of the men’s 400m free and 1500m free.
21-year-old Tomoru Honda just threw down his fastest 400m free event, entering the world rankings in this ‘off event’ in the process.
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers had to settle for silver in his pet event of the 100m freestyle on night two of the 2023 South Australian State Championships.
Marchand swam his second-fastest 200 breast ever, as well as his third-fastest 200 IM at the ASU-Stanford dual meet on Friday.
Arizona State head coach Bob Bowman and University of Texas women’s head coach Carol Capitani have been tabbed to lead the U.S. team at the 2023 Worlds.
France’s Marie Wattel is coming off a strong year that included medal performances at the World Championships and European Championships.
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28-year-old Italian Olympic medalist Gabriele Detti was the big star of the show on night one of the 56th Geneva Challenge.