Turkey’s Emre Sakci has put everyone on notice with his standout performances inside the ISL bubble.
Faster than Caeleb Dressel and Michael Phelps at the same age, 17-year-old Hwang Sun Woo of Korea hit a 48.25 LCM 100 free.
Over 2 million people will soon be impacted by Scotland’s new coronavirus restrictions, which implement a 4-tier approach to containing the pandemic there.
Korean Olympian Kim Seoyeong took matters into her own hands in the women’s 100m free, clocking a new national record of 54.83.
Read more about smaller swimming happenings taking place around the web with this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
The semifinals have wrapped, and the top 4 teams are heading to the ISL final. We tally up the top 5 swimmers in each event across this year’s season so far.
After Coleman Stewart called Ryan Murphy out on social media Monday night, the two have since spoken and are on better footing heading into the ISL finale.
Swedish television broadcaster SVT reports that Sarah Sjostrom is once again dealing with back problems, but doesn’t expect to miss this week’s ISL final.
We’re down to 4 teams alive in the ISL postseason – we look at the locked-in MVPs for all six eliminated teams and the frontrunners for the finalist teams.
Caeleb Dressel has a 71.5-point lead in MVP scoring with just one match to go. He’s won meet MVP in 6 of his 8 ISL meets.
Daiya Seto may be absent from December’s Japan Swim but Kosuke Hagino will take on a tough schedule to fill the void left by his Olympic teammate.
There are some shakeups happening in Korean swimming, with Cho Sungjae entering new territory in the men’s 200m breaststroke.
Adam Peaty set a world record in the 100 breast and came up with a massive 54.8 relay split swimming breaststroke on London’s medley.
The ISL final is upon us, and it’s time for SwimSwam’s last round of International Swimming League Power Rankings heading into the championship meet.
NC State commit Noe Ponti made his presence known at the just-concluded Swiss Short Course Championships, taking multiple event wins.