Check out the fast times getting thrown down by several ISL Tokyo Frog Kings members at the Japan Short Course Championships.
At 16 years of age, Laura Littlejohn of St. Paul’s Collegiate produced a new lifetime best time of 54.26 to take the age group title in the women’s 100m free.
World Junior Championships silver medalist Tomoru Honda now joins the ISL team of the Tokyo Frog Kings in place of Daiya Seto.
Junya Koga collected his first post-suspension national title, reaping gold in the men’s 50m back tonight at the 2020 Japan Short Course Championships.
Takeshi Kawamoto hit a new lifetime best in the men’s 50 fly en route to producing a new Japanese national record in Tokyo.
On-fire Konosuke Yanagimoto posted a new lifetime best of 1:44.08 in the SCM 200 free at just 16 years of age, hitting a Japan High School Record.
One of our top 5 races to watch did not disappoint, as Katsuhiro Matsumoto unleashed a new national record in the men’s 200m freestyle.
The very first meet of the International Swimming League season 2 will get underway this morning at 10 am Eastern in Budapest, Hungary.
With under 650 days to go until the quadrennial event, Birmingham 2022 organizers have revealed the competition schedule for all 12 days’ worth of sport.
We break down some of the missed details in today’s fast-paced ISL season opener, including a huge meet from Maxime Rooney.
The 17-year-old Israeli swimmer reset both her national record and the European Junior mark in 2:06.46, placing third overall in the event.
Maxime Rooney anchored both male LA Current relays to victory on the opening day of the 2020 ISL season.
Siobhan Haughey, who has switched teams from DC Trident to Energy Standard this season, has broken 2 Hong Kong and 1 Asian Record.
Team Energy Standard’s Benedetta Pilato snagged 50m breast silver in a new World Junior Record-setting time tonight in Budapest.
King’s time dips under her 28.90 set in last season’s Grand Finale.