It will be Ariarne Titmus versus Summer McIntosh tonight in the women’s 400 freestyle, both having already won two individual golds in Birmingham.
La sesta e ultima serata di nuoto dal Sandwell Aquatic Center di Birmingham, in Inghilterra. Risultati ed analisi dell’ultimo giorno
On the last day of CGs, world record holder Ariarne Titmus goes head-to-head with teen star Summer McIntosh in the 400 freestyle.
Adam Peaty will be out for redemption in the final of the men’s 50 breaststroke after falling short in both the 100 breast here and the 50 four years ago.
Quinta sessione di semifinali e finali a Birmingham per i giochi del Commonwealth. Tutti i risultati e l’analisi della gare
Emma McKeon races the 100 free on day 5 in Birmingham, looking for her first CG win in the event and to add another gold to her record-setting tally.
Today will mark yet another women’s backstroke thriller, as we’ll get to see Australian Kaylee McKeown and Canada’s Kylie Masse go head-to-head in the 50 bk.
Find out who the Australians are bringing to Birmingham that did not compete at the 2022 FINA World Aquatics Championships.
At Comm Games, Kylie Masse and Kaylee McKeown will battle for the top two spots of the 50/100/200 back. Will anyone be able to breakup the superstar duo?
Finals of the women’s 100 fly, 50 breast, 400 IM, 50 back, and 4×100 free relay, as well as the men’s 50 fly, 200 free, 200 breast, and 4×100 free relay.
Seconda sessione di finali ai Campionati australiani 2022, con un programma gare ricco di sfide emozionanti. Le nostre analisi ed i risultati.
Aussie sprint superstar Cate Campbell had confirmed today she is pursuing Paris 2024, but she also confirmed who she’s depending on to get her there.
Aussie open water ace Nick Sloman handily took the 1500m free event title in Brisbane, stopping the clock in a winning time of 14:42.75.
Mondiali Junior: Andrei Minakov e Lani Pallister sono stati proclamati nuotatore e nuotatrice dell’evento. Ceccon è secondo nella classifica individuale
Andrei Minakov (above) of Russia and Lani Pallister of Australia were named the top 2 swimmers at the 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest.