Swim fans are a rule-enforcing bunch. For evidence of that look at the comment section of the following topics: doping, para-swimming, breaststroke pullouts.
It is often the case where studies are concerned that positive results get published but negative results do not.
Now that the World Championships in Budapest have come to a close, let’s take a look back at the numbers and see what’s interesting.
The numbers support what the eye can see: Adam Peaty is historically-dominant in the men’s breaststrokes.
FINA announced recently that it would cap the number of events each swimmer could enter at a single World Cup stop at four.