Los nadadores más rápidos de Irlanda, Brendan Hyland y Shane Ryan, se enfrentaron en Dublín el viernes en la final de 100 mariposa de piscina larga.
Jack McMillan rewrote the Irish record books last night in the 200m free and the Bangor swimmer was back at it to close the Irish Winter Meet.
Shane Ryan overtook Brendan Hyland’s Irish National record in the 100 SCM fly during the ISL, but Hyland defended his LCM title today with a time of 50.63.
Jack McMillan (above) took down his 200 free Senior record by .44. Eoin Corby then broke his 2nd Junior record of the meet, lowering his own 100 IM record.
International Swimming League’s Toronto Titan Shane Ryan will be diving into an elites-only Irish Winter Meet which kicks off tomorrow in Dublin, Ireland.
Ryan Murphy of the LA Current will get a chance to shine in the men’s backstroke skins, as selected by his team for match #10, day 2.
Italian Olympic icon Federica Pellegrini is set to finally race in Budapest, having been out of ISL season 2 thus far due to a positive coronavirus test.
The new measures will force some pools to close, group swimming lessons to cease and pose difficulties for swimmers that travel to another county to train
I London Roar hanno provveduto ieri ad annunciare le sostituzioni degli atleti rinunciatari per la seconda stagione della International Swimming League
The Roar have reloaded with seven new athletes, including Scottish backstroker Kathleen Dawson and French sprinting legend Amaury Leveaux.
Multi-international medalist Shane Ryan heads up the top tier of Swim Ireland’s just-announced national performance squads for the 2020-21 season.
Get hyped on this Monday by watching a speedy foursome of Irish swimmers throw down their nation’s fastest 200m medley relay.
L’Irlanda si prepara a ripartire dopo il lockdown. Centri di preparazione olimpica e paralimpica aperti per gli atleti a partire da lunedì 8 Giugno
“Potential identified Olympians & Paralympians from Monday [can train] in the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin, on the Sport Ireland campus,” says Jon Rudd.
Adam Peaty raced the men’s 50m breaststroke prelims in Bangor, producing a time of 26.83 with tomorrow morning’s final yet to come.