We start our countdown of the top 100 men and the top 100 women in world-level swimming heading into the 2021 Olympic year.
Though we did not get NCAAs, U.S. Olympic Trials, or the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games we were still fortunate to see some blazing fast swims in 2020.
The 2020 Swammy Award for Male Junior Swimmer of the Year goes three-time world junior record-breaker, Andrei Minakov of Russia.
Ai Campionati del Queensland Ariarne titmus, Mitch Larkin e Alexander Graham scalano il ranking mondiale stagionale I risultati
Another day at the 2020 Korean National Team Trials brought another national record, but this time it was Jaehoon Yang’s turn to alter the history books.
Buckle your swimming seatbelts as you read about teen Hwang Sun Woo’s monster sub-1:46 LCM 200 freestyle performance in Korea.
Hwang Sun-Woo 17 anni, coreano, ha stabilito il Record del Mondo Juniores nei 200 metri stile libero maschili con il tempo di 1:45.92
Faster than Caeleb Dressel and Michael Phelps at the same age, 17-year-old Hwang Sun Woo of Korea hit a 48.25 LCM 100 free.
There are some shakeups happening in Korean swimming, with Cho Sungjae entering new territory in the men’s 200m breaststroke.
17-year-old Hwang Sun Woo of Korea is now faster than American Olympian Caleb Dressel was in the 100 free for the age group.