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South African Zane Waddell quickly went from SEC Champion, to NCAA Champion, to WUGs champion, all the way to World champion in just 5 months.
Schoenmaker had a historic year in 2019, becoming the first South African to medal at the LC Worlds meet just 3 weeks after picking up double WUGs golds
Australian teen distance star Ariarne Titmus accomplished something no one had accomplished before as she dethroned Ledecky in the 400 free at Worlds.
It’s James Gibson, who not only had swimmers shine at the World Championships, but got to show off his own strategic coaching acumen in the ISL.
It just might be the longest Swammy streak currently in existence. Norimasa Hirai has won Asia’s Coach of the Year award for four years running now.
Think you can hang with two-time European Short Course Champion Freya Anderson? Try Coach Alan Bircher’s sets on for size.
After undergoing successful shoulder surgery, Brazilian Bruno Fratus came back with a Worlds silver medal and 2 Pan Ams gold medals.
Seto’s year was highlighted by a sweep of the IM events at the 2019 FINA World Championships. He also set a World Record in the SCM 400 IM.
Haughey broke records in all 3 courses in 2019, including 2 Asian Records, and was a star for the DC Trident in the ISL’s inaugural season.
It was a year of challenges for Dean Boxall (above, left), but his squad, including Ariarne Titmus (above, right) persevered for great success in 2019.
Your South American Female swimmer of the year Swammy winner is Delfina Pignatiello, who broke 2 South American records and won 3 golds at the Pan Ams.
Olympian John Naber: I have spent the last two days in shock and mourning over the news of the sudden death of my role model in Olympic sport, Roland Matthes.
With the International Swimming League wrapping up its inaugural season over the weekend, we’re releasing our first-ever All-ISL team.
The nation of Lithuania wrapped up its 2019 SC Championships this weekend, with the 3-day meet celebrating the 95th anniversary of Lithuanian swimming.