Team USA’s Michael Andrew busted out a 51.84 in the 100 IM, making the first individual medal of the meet for the junior standout a gold one.
Following day 4 finals at the 2016 FINA Short Course World Championships in Windsor, Canada, Team USA and Russia have maintained their top 2 spots in the medal count, while Japan has moved up into 3rd.
The Japanese men surged to a new national record this morning in the 4x50m freestyle relay in order to take the third seed overall heading into finals, putting them in the mix for a medal with the likes of the United States and Russia.
Junya Koga broke his own Asian Record in the men’s 50 back semis in 22.81.
2016 CURSO CORTO CAMPEONATO MUNDIAL 6° Diciembre – Diciembre 11°, 2016 Windsor, Ontario, Canada WFCU Centre Curso: 25 metros Eliminatorias: 0930…
Hoy empezó el campeonato mundial de la FINA y el primer día de la natación.
After narrowing in on the 50 breast World Record last week, Atkinson finally had a breakthrough in today’s race.
Practice the six kick, three stroke backstroke drill and you will see a big improvement in your backstroke speed.
Japan’s Katsumi Nakamura became the first Japanese man to swim under 48 seconds in the 100 free, setting the new Japanese Record at 47.99.
“6 Kicks 1 Stroke” drill is one of the most transformative freestyle drills you can do!
The backstroke spin drill is one of the most effective ways of teaching swimmers to accelerate the straight arms quickly through the recovery phase of the stroke cycle.
Cameron McEvoy and James Magnussen will both compete in the 50 freestyle on the final day of the Japan Open.
Cameron McEvoy will headline the men’s 200 free at day 1 prelims of the Japan Open.
Watch 4 time Olympian Roland Schoeman, World Champion Junya Koga and Elite Marathon swimmer, Lexie Kelly led by Coach Gary Hall take it back to the basics allowing the swimmer to feel ‘drag forces’ that may often go unoticed.