Greg Butler broke all three of Adam Peaty’s City of Derby Club Records in Toronto.
Cole Pratt of the Cascade Swim Club set a new Canadian 15-17 age group record in the 200 back on the final of the Ontario Junior International meet in Toronto.
Per gentile concessione di Gary Hall Sr., dieci volte record mondiale, atleta Olimpico, allenatore e co-fondatore del Race Club . La rana…
FINA has announced a new series complete with $4 million in prize money, plus appearance fees and travel costs.
Articolo in inglese a cura di Braden Keith. Clicca qui per leggere l’approfondimento in inglese ll Bureau FINA ha approvato oggi…
9e en séries, 6e à l’issue des demi-finales, Cameron van der Burgh a gagné le 100 brasse.
Less than five days after swimming stars Katinka Hosszu, Michael Andrew, and Tom Shields filed a proposed class action lawsuit against FINA for violating U.S. antitrust laws, the International Swimming League (ISL) announces a two-day summit in London December 18-19.
Cameron van der Burgh ha anunciado su retirada durante los campeonatos del mundo en Hangzhou, tas ganar el oro en 100m braza.
South African Olympic gold medalist Chad Le Clos voices his opinion on the future of worldwide swimming.
CAMPIONATO MONDIALE IN VASCA CORTA FINA 2018 11/16 Dicembre 2018 Hangzhou (Cina) Swimswam Italia Guida Sito web dell’evento Programma Gare…
El americano Caeleb Dressel tendrá el difícil reto de vencer a los super favoritos Vladimir Morozov y Chad Le Clos. ¿Será Dressel capaz? Comentamos los favoritos de todas las pruebas masculinas del mundial de Hangzhou.
Ross Murdoch keeps the records coming at the 2018 Scottish National Championships.
The ASCA reaffirmed its support of the ISL’s efforts in light of the Energy for Swim meet cancellation.
I love watching Adam Peaty and Lilly King do breaststroke. It is the new breaststroke. You might call it a high octane breaststroke, as it is a powerful technique. This new breaststroke should be fast in both tempo and speed.
On the state of swimming worldwide, Olympic champion Adam Peaty stated this week, “We need to have professional teams, salaries, pensions and by doing that and offering money, more kids will come into it thinking ‘I can make a career out of this’ which will only make the sport grow.”