Résumé de la deuxième journée de l’étape de Lewisville de l’ISL 2019, opposant les équipes London Roar, Iron, LA Current et NY Breakers
Résumé de la première journée de l’étape de Lewisville de l’ISL 2019, opposant les équipes London Roar, Iron, LA Current et NY Breakers
Cate Campbell (London Roar), Katinka Hosszu (Iron) y Nathan Adrian (LA Current) lideran una apretada competición en Texas, con cierta ventaja para London.
Cate Campbell leads the strong London Roar into day 2 with a lead. She also heads up an explosive women’s skins race along with her sister Bronte.
International Swimming League: A Lewisville, sobborgo di Dallas, è tutto pronto per dare inizio al secondo giorno di gare della ISL Gruppo B
Katinka Hosszu leads Iron against the LA Current, NY Breakers, and London Roar in the first day of racing for the ISL’s Group B.
The London Roar has had a flashy day one, putting themselves in a comfy lead over the LA Current in Lewisville.
Este fin de semana Katinka Hosszu lidera a Iron frente a los LA Current, NY Breakers y London Roar en la primera jornada de competición del Grupo B de la ISL.
The New York Breakers have made a last-minute addition to their roster ahead of their ISL debut this weekend in Lewisville, Texas.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu clocked a new World Cup Record this morning in Singapore in the 200m IM and sealed the deal with gold in the finals.
In the World Cup cat and mouse game between Emily Seebohm of Australia and Katinka Hosszu of Hungary in the women’s back, Seebohm now owns a 2-1 record.
The 3rd stop of the 1st cluster of the 2019 FINA World Cup Series was red-hot with monster performances by the likes of Vlad Morozov and Andrew Wilson.
FINA World Cup: la terza tappa si svolgerà a Singapore, dove sono confermati la gran parte degli atleti. Nicolò Martinenghi sui blocchi per i 50 e 100 rana
Hong Kong swimmers are encountering travel issues, possibly resulting in their missing the FINA World Cup. Breeja Larson & Jonathan Tybur join Team USA.
Breeja Larson swam her fastest time since 2014 in the women’s 100 breaststroke tonight to win her first national title since 2015, touching in 1:06.78.