In the World Cup cat-and-mouse between Sarah Sjostrom and Ranomi Kromowidjojo, the Swede cam out on top on day 1.
While competing on day 1 of the FINA World Cup in Tokyo, the city hosting the 2020 Olympic Games, Russian Vlad Morozov tied his own World Record in the men’s 100m IM with a time of 50.26.
Vlad Morozov fired off a new World Cup Series Record in the 50m freestyle to end the night in Toyko.
Xu Jiayu nailed a new Chinese national record in the men’s 200 back, dipping into 1:48 territory for the first time in his career.
Ryan Murphy, Lia Neal and Jacob Pebley are the latest three U.S. Olympians to sign on for the Energy for Swim 2018 meet, which is scheduled to take place in Torino, Italy next month, though FINA has made clear the meet is not authorized.
As swimmers arrive in Tokyo, Japan for this weekend’s stop of the 2018 FINA World Cup Series, the penultimate stop…
The list of athletes with signed contracts to compete at the Energy for Swim 2018 event in Italy has grown to 37, even as FINA has informed federations that the meet is not authorized.
Andrey Shabasov put up a World Championship qualifying time in the 100 back on day 2 of SC Russian Nationals in Kazan.
Anastasiia Sorokina (middle) set a new Russian Junior Record at their National Championships in Kazan in the 400 IM.
Morozov is the current leader of the overall points standings for the 2018 FINA World Cup Series.
19-year-old Breno Correia roared to a 48.18 split anchoring the Brazilian men’s 4×100 free relay on day 1 of the South American Championships.
Ben Proud wasn’t born as the British beast he is today. Take a look at his early years in our Now & Then: Part Two.
British Swimming has released its qualification criteria for the upcoming major senior and junior international competitions in 2019.
Santo Condorelli will be representing Italy for the first time as the nation hosts the 45th Nico Sapio Trophy in Genoa.
WADA did not deny that the proposal is under consideration, though they did not initiate the discussion.