Pernille Blume had her best performance of the season on the mixed free relay, producing the fastest female split in the field in 51.81.
Sjostrom, who sat out of Energy Standard’s last match with back issues, unleashed the sixth-fastest women’s 100 free split in history.
Start lists reveal a number of changes to rosters for Match #6 of the 2020 ISL season, including Maddy Banic taking Sarah Sjostrom’s spot in the 100 fly.
Sarah Sjostrom, who was named the MVP of the 2019 ISL season, will miss Energy Standard’s 2nd match of the 2020 ISL season on Sunday and Monday.
British Swimming ha specificato i requisiti per gli atleti d’elite e le sedi di allenamento per riprendere secondo le nuove linee guida anti covid19
British Swimming’s Performance Leadership Group (PLG) is in the process of developing an ‘Elite Sport Return to Training Guidance (ESRTTG)’ plan.
Now that the 2020 British Universities & Colleges Sports (BUCS) C’ships have concluded, let’s take reflect on the action which took place over the weekend.
Can Duncan Scott and his friends from Stirling take down powerhouse Loughborough at this year’s BUCS Championships? Let’s find out live.
Straight out of the European Short Course Championships, 200m free silver medalist from Glasgow Duncan Scott will compete once again.
Loughborough’s Luke Greenbank, the bronze medalist in the 200m back at this year’s World Championships, helped power his squad to the BUCS combined trophy.
The 2019 British Universities & Colleges SC Championships’ first finals session was electric tonight with a total of 7 championship records taken down.
Duncan Scott threw down the 2nd fastest 100m free anchor of all-time at this year’s World Championships, but this weekend he has BUCS on his mind.
Lucy Hope of Edinburgh helped clock a new Scottish national record in the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay, while also taking the individual 200m free event.
World Championships silver medalist Henrik Christiansen was back in the water tonight in Stavanger, Norway, contesting the men’s 400m freestyle.
Norway’s Markus Lie got his hand on the wall first in the men’s 200m IM and 50m back on night 1 of the North Sea Swim Meet.