After a rather quiet first quarter, Olympic gold medalist Kosuke Hagino will try to make some noise at this week’s Japan Swim in Tokyo.
Daiya Seto, Yui Ohashi and world record holder Ippei Watanabe are just 3 of the Japanese stars ready to compete at this weekend’s Kosuke Kitajima Cup.
Ryan Lochte hardly raced in 2017, but still had his name attached to the most-read article of the year.
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A late-breaking entry for the award, American swimmer Zane Grothe had his big break-through at 25 years old when he broke the American and U.S. Open Records in both the 500 and the 1650 yard freestyle at the US Winter National Championships in the waning days of November and into December.
Olympic silver medalist Masato Sakai of Japan made his presence known at a domestic competition over the weekend, while Ippei Watanabe, Yui Ohashi and Kanako Watanabe were also in the water.
Olympic champ Ryan Murphy (USA) will compete for gold against 100 back World Champion Xu Jiayu (CHN) and fellow Olympic backstroke medalist Evgeny Rylov (RUS).
Anton Chupkov, Townley Haas, Kristof Milak, Simone Manuel and more share their post-race comments from night 6 in Budapest.
Watch Russia’s Anton Chupkov come from behind to set a new Championship Record with 2:06.96, becoming the 2nd man in history to break 2:07.
The Kitajima Effect lives on as the Japanese landed 2 men on the podium for tonight’s 200 breast final.
We love weeks like this – non-stop swimming action. Day 6 at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary…
Anton Chupkov went 2:06.96 for gold and the 2nd fastest swim of all-time in the men’s 200 breast.
Sarah Sjostrom will have a double on day 6, starting off with the 100 free final.
The USA’s Chase Kalisz has a chance to win the first individual gold of this meet for the American men in tonight’s 200 IM final.
It’s almost unbelievable. Just when we think it can’t get more fun and better here in Budapest, it does. We’re…