Lituania pronta a tornare a gareggiare. In programma la Sprint Cup 2020 che vedrà in acqua anche Danas Rapsys. L’evento sarà in vasca corta
Freestyle dominator Danas Rapsys is set to race next week in his home nation of Lithuania, set to get wet in the short course 200m free.
The nation of Lithuania wrapped up its 2019 SC Championships this weekend, with the 3-day meet celebrating the 95th anniversary of Lithuanian swimming.
At the 2017 European SC Championships, Danas Rapšys reaped gold in the men’s 200m free, a title he’ll seek to defend this time around in Glasgow.
The roster will be led by Danas Rapsys, who won the 200 and 400 free at last weekend’s FINA Champions Series.
22-year-old Lithuanian Andrius Sidlauskas hit his first 59-point 100m breaststroke of the season while competing at the Romanian Championships.
Danas Rapšys leads the 8-strong Lithuanian roster just announced for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
Lithuanian swimmer Deividas Margevicius is among the visiting swimmers set to take part in this week’s Romanian International Championships.
Former NC State weapon Simonas Bilis took his 2nd gold in as many days at the 2019 Lithuanian Open Swimming Championships.
Settling for bronze in last night’s 50m fly final during the first session of the 2019 Lithuanian Open Swimming Championships, Olympian Simonas Bilis got on the board with gold in the 100m free tonight.
Day 1 of the 2019 Lithuanian Open Swimming Championships saw a National Record bite the dust, courtesy of Tadas Duskinas.
Danas Rapsys scored the first FINA A cut of the official qualifying period for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Today marks day 1 of the qualification period for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The Lithuanian Winter Championships is indeed a FINA-sanctioned Tokyo qualifying competition, therefore, the journey to the next Summer Olympics has officially begun for the athletes racing in Alytus.
One of two competitions being held this weekend that are officially on FINA’s list of Tokyo 2020 qualifying meets, the 2019 Lithuanian Winter Championships begin tomorrow, March 1st in Alytus.
Aimee Willmott moved from seventh to second the world standings with a 3:34.82 to win the 400 IM.