Rising Bosnian and Herzegovinian star Lana Pudar will be one to watch this year as she continues to move up the ranks in the women’s fly events.
Read up on the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines featuring French standout Leon Marchand and Cypriot dynamo Kalia Antoniou.
Milak discussed topics ranging from his career to subjects like Russia-Ukraine, trans athletes, and the act of kneeling before a national anthem.
LEN will discuss Europe’s energy crisis and how to overcome the current challenges with its member federations in a webinar on Feb. 13.
In her third reality TV show since the Tokyo Games, Emily Seebohm was featured as a cast member on MTV’s “The Challenge: Australia”.
Lack of instructors and funding were identified as two key barriers in further developing Learn To Swim programs in Europe.
Abbey Weitzeil is back in charge of the US women’s sprint group after her best 100 free in a year-and-a-half on Saturday morning.
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Recently, Crooks swam a dual meet with Mizzou last weekend (in yards) and competed in the Knoxville Pro Swim this weekend
High school junior Katie Grimes led all swimmers with $6,500 in earned prize money thanks to three wins and six total podium finishes.
Mardini was accused of espionage and human trafficking after working on the island of Lesbos supporting refugees like herself.
Aiden Norman, the fastest 16-year-old Canadian ever in the SCM 200 backstroke, recently sent his commitment to the University of Florida.
While there has been no firm indication of any pending boycotts, Inside The Games reports that Ukrainian allies are “known to be considering a boycott of Paris 2024.”
Ella Jansen won and swam a best time in the 100 fly earlier in the meet; in the 100 free, she’ll look to move way up from the 25th seed.
The Irish native is thriving under home-court advantage, saying she loves looking over at her cheering teammates at the end of a race.