Russia’s Anton Chupkov just became the first man from his nation to get under 59 seconds in the 100m breaststroke, clocking 58.94 for World Cup gold.
Arno Kamminga just blasted a new lifetime best of 58.98 in the men’s 100m breast, becoming the first-ever Dutchman under 59 seconds in the event.
Olympian Femke Heemskerk took silver in the women’s 200m free at the 2017 European Short Course Championships. She’s bound for Glasgow this December.
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Dutch breaststroking ace Arno Kamminga is cleaning up in terms of national records, busting out a new SCM 100 breast mark in Amsterdam.
On-fire Dutch breaststroker Arno Kamminga came within .10 of his own 200 breast lifetime best to add his name to the Dutch roster for Glasgow.
Le recordman du monde Adam Peaty, star de son équipe London Roar, sera absent lors de l’étape d’ISL de Lewisville et rejoindra ses coéquipiers à Budapest
On-fire Dutch backstroker Kira Toussaint is set to race in Amsterdam this weekend, where swimmers are vying for Euro SC QTs and….chocolate.
Arno Kamminga won the men’s second cluster over Vladimir Morozov, while Cate Campbell used a cluster 2 win to pass Katinka Hosszu for the series lead.
Danas Rapsys of Lithuania would not be denied in the men’s 200m free, rocking another solid performance of 1:45.82 to close out Berlin.
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Katinka Hosszu takes 400m IM gold yet again, this time at the Berlin stop of the FINA World Cup Series, where Italy’s Ilaria Cusinato was also in the mix.
25-year-old Michele Coleman pulled out a mild upset in the women’s 50m free, beating out World Championships medalists Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Cate Campbell.
By nature of her performances in Gwangju, Dutch swimmer Ranomi Kromowidjojo has already qualified for the Olympics in the 50m and 100m free events.
Multi-Olympic gold medalist Katinka Hosszu was a decisive winner once again, this time taking on the 200m IM field to collect another gold in Budapest.