Joseph Schooling, Daniel Jervis, and Lisa Zaiser have the three top-30 scratches for the morning of day 3 at the FINA World Championships in Budapest.
Italians Gregorio Paltrinieri and Gabriele Detti could potentially go 1-2 in the men’s 1500 in Budapest.
Sub-59 second 1breast for world recorder holder Adam Peaty right after a training camp? No problem.
British Swimming has announced what they’re calling a “systematic” series of 10 altitude training camps between now and the Tokyo…
Zane Grothe will be in lane 4 in the men’s 800 heat that will be contested in finals on the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Open in Minneapolis.
Watch Zach Harting, and all the A-final race winners, from the first night of action in Minneapolis at the 2016 U.S. Open Swimming Championships.
Andrew Wilson is top seed in the 200 breast on Day 2 of 2016 U.S. Open; his seed time is under the current meet record.
Cardinal Aquatics/Louisville’s Mallory Comerford was the fastest qualifier for the women’s 100 meter freestyle final and will battle Australia’s Shayna Jack for the U.S. Open title on Day 1.
The 2016 U.S. Open kicks off in Minneapolis, Minnesota tomorrow. Several several big names from both the domestic and international swimming communities (such as Arkady Vyatchanin, above) will compete for titles during the five-day meet.
Bethany Galat will look to continue her momentum at the US Open after a breakout performance at the Olympic Trials.
After missing out on the 200 free and 800 free individual qualifying marks, Bath University’s Jazmin Carlin claimed an Olympic berth in the women’s 400 freestyle race tonight in Glasgow.
Florent Manaudou led the field in the men’s 100 free with a 48.00, his second-best time in the event and the third-fastest performance in the world so far this season. Only his own 47.98 and Cameron McEvoy’s 47.56 have been faster.
Katinka Hosszu posted a winning time of 2:07.69 in the women’s 200 IM at the Golden Tour in Marseille…
Sarah Sjostrom and Fran Halsall post the world’s top two times in the 50 butterfly in Marseille…
Swansea’s Daniel Jervis posted a world-top 10 time to win the 19-and-over division of the men’s 1500 meter freestyle, with 14:58.98.