No female swimmer has ever been as fast as Belarus’s Anastasiya Shkurdai in *both* the 100 fly (56.9) and 100 back (59.0), and she’s only 18.
Korean Olympian Kim Seoyeong took matters into her own hands in the women’s 100m free, clocking a new national record of 54.83.
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.
Read more on the top 8 U.S. women’s 200 IMers this Olympic quad, featuring Melanie Margalis, Kathleen Baker, Alex Walsh, Madisyn Cox, Ella Eastin, and more.
South Korean Olympic athletes, including swimmers, have seen their return to training derailed due to a coronavirus resurgence in the nation.
Teenager Kaylee McKeown is getting some solid racing done down under, taking 2 golds tonight at the Queensland Championships.
Aussie Zac Stubblety-Cook is keeping the good times rolling in Brisbane, adding the 100m gold to his dynamite 200m breast performance from last night.
Chad Le Clos busted out his 145th FINA World Cup Series gold medal tonight in Doha, Qatar, getting his hand on the wall first in the men’s 200m fly.
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty made history last night as the first man to ever break 57 in the 100 breast semis. Tonight, he may lower his World Record further.
If she reaches the podium, this would be her first major international medal since she won her Olympic 200 IM and 400 IM golds in 2012.
The World #1 in this event, Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu looks prepared to take another World title in this event — the field behind her, though, is dangerous.
The Korean contingency for their own hosted World Championships contains several Asian Games medalists, giving them a good shot at potential finalists.
Catch some sights and sounds from the 2019 Korean Trials that just wrapped up at Gimcheon Swimming Pool.
Korean medal hopeful An Sehyeon missed qualifying for this summer’s World Championships in both the 100m and 200m fly events, although her nation’s official roster for Gwangju won’t be released until next week.
Kim Seoyeong put up the world’s 12th fastest 400m IM time at Korean Nationals #2 to qualify for this summer’s World Championships on her home turf.