Gregorio Paltrinieri’s world record 1500 helped bring Italy to the top of the medal count, where the country is tied with Russia and Hungary with 10 medals apiece.
Follow along for live updates from the second day of the 2015 AT&T US Winter National Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
Italian swimmer Gregorio Paltrinieri has broken the oldest World Record on FINA’s books on Friday at the 2015 European Short Course…
Michael Phelps makes a rare U.S. Winter Nationals appearance and should have some stellar butterfly battles with Tom Shields.
Ashwood continues to improve after a breakthrough summer.
Grant Hackett is set to join Michael Phelps in Tempe, at least for a bit…cue the ridiculously fast practices!
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The biggest names in the sport, including Bronte and Cate Campbell, Emily Seebohm, Mitch Larkin, Cameron McEvoy, Jess Ashwood, Madi Wilson, Mack Horton, Ben Treffers, Jake Packard, Brianna Throssell and dual Olympic champion Grant Hackett will all be in action.
You’ve read about it, now see it in action – Australia’s elite taking part in their “Rio Protocol Camp” in Canberra.
How well is eating dinner at 1am going for the Aussies?
Want a quick physics lesson from Australia’s Cameron McEvoy? Take a listen!
Grant Hackett says the Aussie team is much more ‘together, tight’ and supportive than the team was in London 2012.
Sun Yang of China earned FINA’s Male Swimmer of the meet at the 2015 World Championships.
Ryan Lochte will be joining the USA men’s 4×200 team for this evening’s finals, trying to preserve his team’s streak of gold medals in this event.
Daniel Gyurta will look for his 4th consecutive title in the 200m breastroke tonight