Katinka Hosszu gave her own world record a scare this morning in the 200 backstroke
Hungary’s #IronLady, Katinka Hosszu, already scored one World Record on the very first day of the 2015 European Short Course Championships in prelims.
Katinka Hosszu wasted no time making her presence known, breaking a world record in her first swim
Great Britain is in position to sweep the men’s 100 breaststroke Adam Peaty and Ross Murdoch.
She did manage to break a national mark in the 50m fly, coming in hot with a 26.62 to touch first. That time broke her own national record of 26.85 which she set back in December of 2013 at last year’s Lithuanian Short Course Nationals.
Latvian swimmer Nikolajs Maskalenko has swum his 3rd Latvian Record in two days on Saturday morning at the Latvian Sprint Championships…
Federica Pellegrini will get an opportunity to flex her muscles in her trademark race, the 200 freestyle. She will face plenty of competition including Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Sweden’s Sarah Sjoestroem along the way though.
50 breaststroke British teenager Adam Peaty swam at his first major international competition at the Commonwealth Games and showed that his inexperience…
The defending World Champion Sarah Sjostrom has raced to a world-leader in the women’s 100 fly to kick off Italy’s Sette…
Georgia’s Melanie Margalis used a great back-half on her 200 IM to pull away for the top seed on Friday morning in Kazan. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The American men had big expectations upon them in Tuesday’s 800 free relay, and they delivered (Photo Courtesy: Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com)
The French were all smiles after pulling off their first ever relay gold medal on day 2. (Photo: US Presswire)
Lochte broke the grill out as he accepted the first gold medal of the 2012 Olympic swim meet. (Photo Courtesy: US Presswire)
The two pending superstars of these Olympics are MIchael Phelps and Missy Franklin as things kick off at the Olympics in London. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
A chilly day in the pool still left some good times, but many athletes seem to be saving their speed for a little bit warmer weather in the afternoon. (Photo Courtesy: Nico Messer)