2019 European Short Course bronze medalist James Guy is kicking his 2020 off right with a pair of wins at the Flanders Cup.
World Championships medalist Shane Ryan leads an Irish squad to the 2020 Flanders Cup, where they’ll be met by Germans, Belgians, Dutch and more.
While competing at the 2019 Leinster SC Championships meet this weekend, Shane Ryan produced a new Irish national record in the men’s 100m backstroke.
Brendan Hyland hit a new personal best in the men’s 200m fly while competing at the 2019 FINA World Championships, keeping on trend with the nation.
La 13e édition du traditionnel Open de France, qui est désormais une étape de la LEN Swimming Cup 2019, débute mardi 18 juin à Chartres
The 13th Annual French Open, which is now a stop on the LEN Swimming Cup 2019, kicks off tomorrow, June 18, 2019 in Chartres.
CAMPIONATI MONDIALI FINA 2019 – GWANGJU 21/28 Luglio 2019 – nuoto Gwangju, Corea sito web dell’evento Programma gare nuoto A…
Darragh Greene continued his record-breaking train with a new mark in the 200 breaststroke at the 2019 Irish Open Championships.
Ireland’s biggest event is set to kick-off on Wednesday, as over 400 swimmers from 68 clubs will be descending upon the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin to vie for qualification times for this year’s most elite competitions.
The 2019 McCullagh International Meet is set to put Irish talent on display, as national record holders Shane Ryan, Darragh Greene, Conor Ferguson, Jordan Sloan, Brendan Hyland and Danielle Hill are all expected to compete.
On the heels of its Transition Squad announcement, Swim Ireland has also now published its qualification criteria for the 2019 European Short Course Championships taking place this December in Glasgow, Scotland.
While competing in Antwerp at the 2019 Flanders Cup, Lithuanian Danas Rapsys clocked a winning 200m free time of 1:46.69 to dip under the FINA ‘A’ cut for this year’s World Championships.
Katinka Hosszu did her usual thing in the morning heats of the 2019 Flanders Cup.
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling looks to get his 2019 swimming underway at this weekend’s Flanders Cup in Antwerp, Belgium.
Swim Ireland’s National Center in Dublin has announced the creation of a ‘Trainability Squad’ intended for part-time athletes.