Daniel Wiffen gave a sneak peek into Team Ireland’s preparation at their Thailand Camp leading into the 2023 World Aquatics Championship in Fukuoka.
Un record nazionale irlandese è caduto per mano di John Shortt durante la terza giornata dei Campionati Europei Juniores 2023.
The day three finals session of the 2023 European Junior Championships in Belgrade is set to begin shortly.
16-year-old John Shortt nabbed a new Irish national record in the 200m backstroke on day three of the European Junior Championships.
Olympic champion Lydia Jacoby of the United States is entered in the second stop of the 2023 Mare Nostrum Tour in Barcelona.
Danielle Hill punched a 100m backstroke time good enough to qualify for this summer’s World Championships in Fukuoka, Japan.
Quarto giorno di gare a Dublino dove sono in corso i Campionati per la qualificazione degli atleti ai Mondiali di Fukuoka 2023
Conor Ferguson registered a new personal best of 54.01 en route to winning the men’s 100m backstroke and qualifying for the World Championships.
Former University of Michigan Wolverine Catie DeLoof now represents Loughborough and made some major noise tonight at the BUCS LC Championships.
Ellen Walshe is one of a few different Irish swimmers who have either opted not to race or withdrawn on medical grounds from the European Championships.
The 2022 McCullagh International wrapped up from Bangor yesterday with several Olympians taking to the long course pool.
She sliced .10 off of her own Irish record, while Eoin Corby and Niamh Coyne looked very good in the men’s and women’s 200 breast semis, respectively.
Danielle Hill lowered her own Irish record in the 100 back final, taking it from 1:00.48 done in semifinals last night down to a 1:00.34, just off the cut.
Swimmers will be gunning for a spot on the Irish Olympic team this week to join Shane Ryan and Darragh Greene who were named to the team in January.
The time trials delivered some promising results across the board for Ireland’s elite, with more edging closer to those all-important FINA ‘A’ cuts