We have a listing of the key Italian swimmers ready to race at the 57th edition of the storied Sette Colli Trophy in Rome.
Following a fast first day of swimming yesterday, Flood Aquatics continued their fast, but unsanctioned, meet today with a slew of best times.
Some exciting swims are happening in Italy this month, as the nation’s Regional Championships are being held remotely at various locations.
23-year-old Felix Auboeck checked in with a Tokyo-worthy 400m freestyle time today in Graz, giving him his 2nd event for the Olympic Games.
Florida stars Bobby Finke and Kieran Smith competed at a long course meet in Florida, with Finke hitting the third-best 800 free of any American this season.
Dressel closed the meet with six medals, while Ledecky led all swimmers with four medals in individual events.
Texas Ford Aquatics hosted a 2-day, 4-session intrasquad meet over the weekend, giving it’s athletes their first competition since the start of quarantine.
Another best time warrior was 16-year-old Michael Bock, who swam 5 best times over the course of the meet.
Rising Texas A&M freshman Vincent Ribeiro of Nitro Swimming in Austin posted a new lifetime best 200 breaststroke in practice.
The United States’ 29 gold medals were it’s most since 1984, while 19 total medals for Australia almost equalled its 2012 and 2016 numbers combined.
West Australia’s competition calendar got underway last week with emerging age group swimmers taking to the HBF Stadium pool.
World champion and Olympic medalist Daiya Seto of Japan posted a video of an official, yet speedy race today, August 3rd.
Get hyped on this Monday by watching a speedy foursome of Irish swimmers throw down their nation’s fastest 200m medley relay.
5 Katy swimmers posted lifetime bests in the 100 fly at today’s time trial.
19-year-old Rio Shirai made some waves over the weekend, competing at the Hyogo Prefectural Championships, one of several taking place in Japan.