Italy’s Energy Standard Cup will pit national teams from Great Britain, France and Italy against the Energy Standard Swimming Club team with €150,000 (or about $171,000 U.S. Dollars) in prize money on the line.
IM superstar Katinka Hosszu heads a 31-strong Hungarian roster for the European Championships next month.
A record 48 federations will participate in Euros this year, proving the meet will be a preview to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Hungarian swim star, Katinka Hosszu, launches the IronNetwork with behind the scenes videos. It’s in Hungarian with English subtitles. INSIDE…
Victoriia Andreeva set a new Russian national record in the 200 IM at Russian Trials, moving up to second in the world.
In Mesa, Nathan Adrian remained undefeated in the sprint freestyles on the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series to maintain his men’s points lead, while Katie Ledecky continues to crush the competition on the women’s side.
Michael Phelps will be going against a strong field that includes his training partners Chase Kalisz and David Nolan, among others, in the final of the 200 IM at the Mesa stop of the Arena Pro Series.
Ryan Lochte of SwimMAC Carolina is entered in all three (non-distance freestyle) individual events on Day 3 of the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series at Mesa.
Missy Franklin won’t swim prelims of the 200 backstroke, and will focus on the 100 free on the meet’s final day instead.
Will Katie Ledecky eclipse her own 400 free world record in finals of Day 2 at Arena Pro Swim Series in Austin?
Michael Phelps will compete in the 200 fly on Day 2 of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Mesa.
Watch all the A and B finals from Day One of Arena Pro Swim Series at Mesa.
Dana Vollmer is scratching the women’s 200 free final on Day One at the Arena Pro Swim Series at Mesa in order to concentrate on the 100 fly later in the program.
Ryan Lochte is the top seed in the men’s 200 free, the first event of the three-day Arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa, Arizona.
Katie Ledecky broke the world record in the 800 free earlier this year at the Austin Pro Series meet, and she’ll be swimming that event again, along with plenty of others, this week in Mesa.