The 2020 Greek Open Winter Championships concluded over the weekend, with rising stars and seasoned elites taking to the OAKA Swimming Pool.
Russia topped the overall European Short Course Championships medal table, but Greece is among the nations that made major improvements from 2017.
Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov is set to take on the men’s 100m free/100m IM double to close out his European Short Course Championships.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov won the men’s 50m freestyle here in Glasgow and will be looking to get the edge on teammate Vladislav Grinev for the 50/100 double.
Not a race went by today in Glasgow where a national record didn’t go down. Greek athlete Apostolos Christou was among the record breakers.
Commonwealth Games champion Duncan Scott took the men’s 200m fly gold at BUCS, but he also helped his Stirling squad take the men’s medley relay with a 48.22 anchor.
Commonwealth Games gold medalist James Wilby took down 2 BUCS Record on night 2 in Sheffield.
Sarah Sjostrom will look for her third gold medal of the meet on day 6 in Glasgow.
Mykhailo Romanchuk knocked nearly three seconds off his Ukrainian Record to win gold in the men’s 800 freestyle.
Anna Ntountounaki broke her own Greek Record to place 5th in the 100 fly at the European Championships.
Simona Quadarella helped kick-off the Italians’ siege on the medal table through night 1 of the 2018 Mediterranean Games.
Stravius et Wattel, Wattel et Stravius, côté Français, le meeting de Sarcelles n’est pas sortie de là.
Jérémy Stravius of Amiens won the 100 fly (53.04) and the 50 free (22.87) on the third and final day of competition in Sarcelles.
La première journée du meeting Camille Muffat de Sarcelles, Jeremy Stravius domptait son monde sur 50 mètres dos.