Two-time silver medalist from Rio, Jazz Carlin of Great Britain, is still chasing Joanne Jackson’s 400 freestyle national record mark of 4:00.79 set back in 2009.
Lilly King will be the leg that divides the U.S. from the Australians in the women’s 400 medley relay.
Sarah Sjostrom did it again in Canet, posting the 3rd fastest 100 free in history.
Sarah Sjostrom has been unstoppable on the Mare Nostrum tour.
Great Britain’s James Guy closed out the Japan Open with a personal best 51.50 in the men’s 100 fly.
Rikako Ikee picked up two wins on the second day of the Japan Open.
2016 Olympian Max Litchfield swept the men’s IM events thus far in Sheffield.
If you missed the final day of the British Olympic Trials you can watch them here…
Alys Thomas finished second in the 200 butterfly hitting the wall just five one-hundredths of a second behind Aimee Willmott….
The third day of the British Championships will include the men’s 100 freestyle and 400 IM as well as the women’s 200 butterfly and 50 freestyle…
Adam Peaty, James Guy, Ross Murdoch, Jazmin Carlin and Hannah Miley are just some of the British superstars ready to take to the pool at the British Olympic Trials, which start on Tuesday, April 12th.
Today was the first day of racing for Hungarian superstar, Katinka Hosszu, although it was one of the lightest day she’s had in a long time. Her only event was the 100 backstroke, where she posted a 59.83 in prelims.
Sophie: “I’d compare Mare Nostrum to the Diamond League for athletics, a series of three competitions in three different places all linked together, attracting athletes from around the world.”
Cal Golden Bear Anthony Ervin had the fastest morning swim in the 100 free, though it took as much to even get him into the final.
We’ve seen a lot of great swimming this week around the world (there’s 8 major national championship meets going on), but…