La nueva competición FINA Champions Swim Series comenzará a final de abril. La FINA ha publicado la lista oficial de atletas participantes. La campeona olímpica Mireia Belmonte competirá junto a los mejores nadadores del mundo por llevarse suculentos premios en metálico.
En el meeting de Edimburgo, la española Melani Costa se ha reencontrado con la victoria en 400 libre, mientras Jessica Vall ha logrado el oro en las pruebas de braza con grandes marcas. Adam Peaty ha hecho de las suyas, marcando 58.73 en 100 braza. James Guy ha conseguido también un doblete.
After winning the men’s 200m freestyle last night in a new meet record effort of 1:47.66, James Guy beat the men’s 200m fly here in Edinburgh to complete the double.
Adam Peaty is automatic, punching yet another sub-minute 100m breast time in prelims, this time in Edinburgh.
James Guy dipped under 1:48 in the 200m freestyle, while Daniel Jervis now sits atop the men’s 1500m world rankings throne.
James Guy was the only sub-1:50 swimmer in the heats of the men’s 200m freestyle this morning in Edinburgh.
The Edinburgh International Swim Meet is truly living up to the ‘international’ part of its namesake, as athletes from Spain, Denmark and beyond will be joining a strong British contingency at the Royal Commonwealth Pool this weekend. Among them is new mom Jeanette Ottesen of Denmark.
A temporary, yet powerful training collaboration is about to go down at Griffith University later this week under storied Aussie coach Michael Bohl.
With the next edition Summer Olympic Games on the horizon, less than 560 days from now, British Swimming is getting hyped for what this upcoming calendar year will bring.
2019 started with a splash for fourteen swimmers from the Senior Elite, Elite Development and Para Elite Development squads. Before the New Year began the carefully selected squad travelled to the Thanyapura Sports Resort in Phuket, Thailand to complete two weeks of intensive training.
At just 16, with 2018 being her coming out year, Wang could have much more in store in the years to come.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist Alys Thomas was on-hand at the Wales National Pool, giving young Matt Richards his gold in the 100m butterfly tonight at the Short Course Championships.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist Alys Thomas will get a bit of racing in this weekend, competing at the 2018 Swim Wales Winter Championships (SCM).
The primary contingencies from each nation are in tact for Tokyo, although there are a few notable additions, including 2016 Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.