Corona Race: La gara tra Belgio ed Olanda si è svolta ieri. Arno Kamminga nuota vicinissimo al personale nei 100 metri rana, chiudendo sub 59”
Dutchman Arno Kamminga has returned to racing and his times reflect how the 24-year-old was severely missing being in the water.
Several elite Belgian and Dutch swimmers, such as Arno Kamminga, are set to compete this weekend at an inaugural Corona Race.
El cuarteto registró un tiempo de 1: 36.22 en el segundo día del Campeonato de Europa en Curso Corto de Glasgow, derribando la marca anterior de 1: 36.40.
The team took down the USA’s former record at the European SC Championships last December, the only one the fall at that competition
2021 marks the first time that Russia (including the Soviet Union) has hosted a European Championship event in swimming. Above, Kliment Kolesnikov won 6 gold medals at the last edition in 2019.
Some real, live swimming is beginning to take place throughout the world, including in the Netherlands. Read about Arno Kamminga and Kira Toussaint’s times.
Arno Kamminga e Kira Toussaint impegnati nelle prove a tempo presso il Centro Nazionale Olandese di Amsterdam. Tempi interessanti data la ripresa
Ranomi Kromowidjojo, who trains at the National Training Center in Eindhoven, will get to continue her work their with Marcel Wouda through 2021.
Does Bruno Fratus love Monopoly? Which book is helping Aimee Willmott pass the time? Check out what elite swimmers are reading, watching & gaming while home.
Arno Kamminga ha siglato il Record Olandese anche nei 200 metri rana. Il tempo di 2:07.18 lo pone ora come leader del ranking, sesto all time
In addition to Arno Kamminga, Femke Heemskerk (NED) and Signe Bro (DEN) also made some waves to close out the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race.
Arno Kamminga keeps inching closer to the 2:07 barrier in the men’s 200m breast, tonight hitting 2:07.18 to make Dutch history.
24-year-old Arno Kamminga of the Netherlands has a difficult time not breaking a national record when racing, as evidenced again in Antwerp.
Check out some solid swimming from Germany’s Jessica Steiger, the Netherlands’ Kira Toussaint and more from the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race.