Matti Mattson (above) broke his Finnish National Record in the 200 breast to win bronze (2:07.13). This is Finland’s first Olympic swimming medal since 1996,
China’s Zhang Yufei, the top seed by 1.3 seconds with 2:04.89, will race in the final of the women’s 200 fly on Thursday morning in Tokyo.
La sessione di giovedì mattina, che consiste nelle finali e semifinali del giorno 5, produrrà cinque nuovi campioni olimpici.
Perhaps the race of the Olympics: 2016 Olympic champ Kyle Chalmers takes on 2017/2019 World champ Caeleb Dressel with gold and the world record on the line.
Didn’t have time to watch day four finals last night live or today before day five? Read on for the biggest swimming headlines from day four of Tokyo 2020.
Great Britain’s 4×200 free relay broke the European Record set by Russia at the 2009 World Championship. Hungary and Germany joined the European medal table.
USA’s Katie Ledecky will compete in the finals of both the 200 free and a new Olympic event, the women’s 1500 free, on Wednesday morning in Tokyo.
Programma intenso quello delle batterie del day 4 che si apre con i 100 metri stile libero maschili e si chiude con gli 800 maschili
Day 4 will feature Caeleb Dressel’s first individual event of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the 100 free where he is .05 off Cesar Cielo’s World Record.
How many medals will Caeleb Dressel win at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games? SwimSwam’s staff picks all of the races for this summer’s big meet.
Australia ended a U.S. win streak and set a world record in the 4×200 free relay at 2019 Worlds. Ariarne Titmus leads the world in the 200 free.
sono solo 17 le donne previste per i 200m farfalla femminili ai giochi olimpici di Tokyo 2020. Poche iscrizioni anche nei 400 misti
As the Tokyo Games closely approach, follow the Hungarian roster on Instagram and Twitter. The roster features world record holder Katinka Hosszu.
China’s Yufei holds the fastest women’s 200m fly time in the world this season by .41. She and #2 Flickinger made the 2016 Olympic final but did not medal.
Laszlo Cseh icona del nuoto ungherese, è stato ufficialmente convocato a 35 anni, per la sua quinta edizione dei Giochi Olimpici