Now that the Spanish Short Course Winter Championships have concluded in Barcelona, the Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) has announced its 10-strong roster of athletes for this December’s European Short Course Championships.
Fred Vergnoux, Head Coach of the Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN), may be staying put in Mireia Belmonte’s home country after all.
Fred Vergnoux, famed coach of Olympic gold medalist Miriea Belmonte, may be moving back to France.
The Royal Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) has invited seventeen of Spain’s top swimmers to the Tenerife Top Training (T3) facilities for the first official training camp of the season.
2016 Olympic gold medalist Mireia Belmonte of Spain has fallen ill while competing in Windsor, with her remaining events now to be determined.
Mireia Belmonte had a rough road, but ultimately won gold in Rio, under the direction of longtime coach Fred Vergnoux.
We may see Spain’s Mireia Belmonte racing this weekend, as the superstar is listed on the start sheets for 5k Catalan Fund Winter Cup.
Mireia Belmonte will be opting out of this week’s Spanish Nationals, but is still “a go” for Kazan.
“She is training better and better week after week but still not 100% … not great timing.”
Henrique Barbosa has decided to switch coaches and returns to Spain to combine forces with coach Fred Vergnoux…
Fred Vergnoux was awarded the Trophy Alejandro Lopez…
Lauren Boyle has been battling a sinus and chest infection while training in Sierra Nevada…
Spain has compiled a group of 10 of their top swimmers to compete 3rd Meeting International Open Mediterraneé in Marseille from March 7th-9th…
“There is still much room for improvement,” Belmonte told the media at a press conference in Seville….