Laszlo Cseh (above) won the 100m fly today at the 2015 Hungarian National Championships.
Tamas Gyarfas was re-elected as the president of the Hungarian Swimming Federation. Gyarfas has held the position since 1993, and will hold that position at least for the next five years.
Katinka added another three gold medals and two silvers on Day Two of the FFN Golden Tour in Nancy, France.
Katinka Hosszu tops the leaderboard after three podia on Day One of the Nancy stage of France’s Golden Tour.
2015 French Long Course Nationals in Limoges: Day Six Finals – French Record for Grangeon; Manaudou Swims World’s Top 2 50 Frees in One Day
Marseille’s Mehdy Metella won the men’s 100 fly at the 2015 French Nationals in Limoges.
French butterflier Marie Wattel, from Olympic Nice Natation, won the 100 fly with 58.35.
The brand new Aquapolis complex in Limoges will host the 2015 French Long Course National Championships.
Nathan Adrian, Natalie Coughlin, and Anthony Ervin will join the Europeans at the Marseille stage of FFN’s Golden Tour this weekend.
FFN Golden Tour in Amiens Day 3: Katinka Hosszu Wins 4 of 6 Events, Cements Place at Top of Standings
The Amiens stage of the French Swimming Federation’s “Golden Tour” wound up on Sunday with yet another outstanding showing from…
The home crowd was animated during the 100 back showdown between Camille Lacourt of Marseille and Jérémy Stravius of Amiens; this time Lacourt came out on top with 53.60. Stage 2 of FFN’s Golden Tour wraps up on Sunday.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo posted a top-5 world time of 24.80 in the 50 free on Friday at the Amiens stage of the Golden Tour in France.
Katinka Hosszu added two golds on the third and final day of Le Meeting de Nice, winning the first stage of FFN’s Golden Tour.
Germans Marco Koch, Alexandra Wenk and Hungarians David and Evelyn Verraszto all took home multiple gold from the International Meeting of Uster…
Florent Manaudou broke three national records during the French National Short Course Championships in Montpellier over the weekend.
After finishing first in the 50 freestyle last night Florent Manaudou charged to another win, taking gold in the 50 backstroke over French backstroke star Camille Lacourt. Manaudou touched first in 22.98 ahead of Lacourt who grabbed the silver in 23.19. That time for Manaudou is a new French national record, breaking the previous mark set by Jeremy Stravius in 2013.