Arno Kamming is one of many Dutch athletes competing for spots on the European Short Course Championships squad this weekend.
In his first meet since arriving as his decision to return to the Netherlands, Nyls Korstanje ripped a new Dutch national record in the men’s 50m fly.
The 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race in Belgium represents a 2020 Olympic Games qualifying competition, which means Antonio Djakovic is likely to bring his A-game
A wicked-fast meet transpired for British swimmer Freya Anderson, as the teen collected the 50m/100m/200m freestyle victories in spades.
Kira Toussaint took 2 golds on night 2 of the 2019 Dutch Short Course Championsihps taking place in Tilburg, Netherlands.
Olympic gold medalist Ranomi Kromowidjojo tried an ‘off’ event on for size en route to 3 golds on night 1 of the Dutch SC Championships.
Spanish Olympic champion Mireia Belmonte is among the visiting Spanish contingent set to race in this weekend’s Swim Cup Amsterdam.
The Russian squad of Vladimir Morozov, Vladislav Grinev, Arina Surkova and Maria Kameneva combined to set a new European Record in the mixed 4×50 free relay.
Olympic finalist Max Litchfield is descending upon Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow to make a run at the men’s IM events.
Although her squad missed out on gold, Kira Toussaint put up the fastest 100m backstroke split of the medley relay contest in Eindhoven today.
Bronte Campbell will join an elite Aussie sprint quartet as USA’s Zach Apple will swim with remaining 2017 title members Dressel, Comerford, and Manuel.
The U.S. took an embarrassing DQ last summer, while France missed Euro finals in 9th. Redemption is on the line, as are Tokyo Olympic bids in a brutal field.
Australia’s Campbell sisters combine for one of the scariest back-halves you’ll ever see – and fast women’s duos are a major theme of the mixed free relay.
CAMPIONATI MONDIALI FINA 2019 – GWANGJU 21/28 Luglio 2019 – nuoto Gwangju, Corea sito web dell’evento Programma gare nuoto A…
Now that the 2019 Swim Cup – Eindhoven has concluded, the Royal Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB) has announced the initial list of qualifiers selected to compete at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.