A continuación encontrarás los diez momentos que marcaron la natación hispanoamericana a lo largo de la década que ya llegó a su fin.
Con un tiempo de 26.78, la mexicana de 14 años Athena Meneses se ha clasificado para la final mundialista de 50 mariposa y ha roto el récord de Lili Ibáñez.
Comenzó el Arena Grand Prix de Natación Senior en Tijuana. La primera jornada nos dejó 8 clasificados a los Juegos Panamericanos de Lima. Sigue con SwimSwam el evento para seguir a los mejores nadadores de México. Foto: Miguel de Lara.
According to documents obtained by SwimSwam, Mexico has let go much of its technical committee following disputes at the end of 2018.
Tras los problemas de contaminación del agua en el último Campeonato Nacional de Curso Corto de Guadalajara, la Federación Mexicana de Natación ya prepara la temporada 2019 con otras sedes
Dylan Carter broke 2 CAC Games Records on night 5 in Barranquilla.
Representing his home nation of Trinidad & Tobago, Dylan Carter crushed a winning 50m fly time of 23.11 to now rank 4th in the world.
Joanna Evans of the Bahamas took her 2nd individual gold of the 2018 CAC Games, establishing a national record in the process.
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Long Gutierrez was one of ten named to Mexico’s roster for the World Championships.
Cal’s Farida Osman racked up another win tonight after taking the 50 free title yesterday. This time she was the fastest woman in the 100 fly, clocking a 58.45 to give herself the only sub-1:00 swim of the final.
On the men’s side, a trio of Russian teammates swept the podium places in the 100 free, led by former USC Trojan Vlad Morozov in 49.08.
On the second day of competition there was only one more added to the Pan Am Games team as Liliana Ibanez won the 100m freestyle in a time of 56.27. She was off her national record, but still managed to pull off a big win and earn her spot on the team.
In the wake of Mexico’s national championships over the weekend, 12 men and 12 women have been named to the country’s squad for the Central America & Caribbean Games (CACG) including Fernanda Gonzalez.
After taking two events on day two, Liliana Ibañez was back for more at Mexican Nationals, winning the 100 meter freestyle