American Michael Andrew has been on a tear in Kazan, making his mark on the first stop of the 2018 World Cup series.
Hear from Apostolos Tsagkarakis, ISL Technical Director. Over the next week, SwimSwam will release more videos providing depth on ISL’s mission.
Russia’s Yuliya Efimova looked at ease in tonight’s 100m breast, clocking a time that was within striking distance of what she produced at this year’s European Championships.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu was back to form in Kazan, taking on a 4-event night at the World Cup.
The first stop of the first FINA World Cup cluster kicked off in Kazan this morning, with this 3-day meet taking place in long course meters. Although the overall number of entrants was on the slim side, several big stars took to the Aquatic Palace to chase some cash and earn points towards the overall World Cup title.
Le Clos and his coach Andrea di Nino spent 2 weeks training in Ostia, alongside 2 Italian Junior Record holders and Youth Olympians.
Chad Le Clos, il campione olimpico e mondiale sudafricano, non ha mai nascosto il suo amore per l’Italia. Durante la scorsa…
Avec un programme de 36 courses par meeting, on aura beaucoup plus d’épreuves que de stars de la natation.
Masato Sakai (left) took the Olympic silver medal behind American icon Michael Phelps in the 200m fly at the last Summer Olympic Games. Since, the 23-year-old hasn’t been as explosive, leading to shoulder surgery this week.
FINA WORLD CUP 2018 – LEG 1 7-9 Settembre 2018 Kazan, Russia Vasca Lunga (50m) Programma Gare Mancano meno di…
The 2018 FINA World Cup will hand out over $2.5 million USD during the seven-stop circuit.
Katinka Hosszu is one of many confirmed stars who will compete on the opening leg of the FINA World Cup in Kazan.
Russian breaststroke star Kirill Prigoda plans on attending all seven of the 2018 FINA World Cup stops.
Remember when Joseph Schooling rocked the world with his 100m fly gold in Rio? He’ll try to reproduce a similar monster swim in Jakarta next week competing in the Asian Games.
Olympian Chad Le Clos is among the 11 South African swimmers who made their nation’s Short Course World Championships squad; but, there’s a catch.