Arno Kamming was already named to the Dutch World Championships roster, but his 100 breast time from Sette Colli now granted him another event.
The 2019 Dutch Open Championships wrapped up, but without any additional qualifiers for next month’s World Championships aside from Maarten Brzoskowski.
Marrit Steenbergen took European Games gold in the 100 free in 53.79 back in 2015 when she was only 15. Now 19, the teen is making a return to racing.
Maarten Brzoskowski made the most of his last-chance qualification opportunity in Amersfoort, hitting a new 200m free PB to punch his ticket to Gwangju.
Dion Dreesens is seeking World Championships qualification in Amersfoort this weekend, racing at the 2019 Dutch Open Championships.
Belgium’s top athletes are on the docket for racing in Antwerp, led by recent FINA Champions Series gold medalist Pieter Timmers.
Mathys Goosen notched a World Championships-worthy time, while Kira Toussaint was DQd on her 100m back swim tonight in Eindhoven.
Kyle Stolk set two more meet records on the final night of competition at the North Sea Meet in Norway.
Jesse Puts took down the meet record in the men’s 50 fly on day 2 in Norway.
Franziska Hentke broke the women’s 200 fly meet record on day 1 of the North Sea meet in Norway.
European Champion Florian Wellbrock highlights a stacked European lineup at the North Sea Swim Meet in Norway.
Kyle Stolk took the men’s 100m free race in Aachen yesterday, but fell shy of the KNZB-dictated qualification time for Hangzhou.
Jesse Puts clocked a winning 50m free time of 21.18 in Aachen, falling painstakingly shy of the 21.15 Dutch-mandated QT for Short Course World Championships during this morning’s prelims.
Maaike de Waard won the 50 and 100 back on day 2 of the KNZB Challenger.
Arno Kamminga went 59.69 in the 100 breast and Kyle Stolk went 49.21 in the 100 free, setting new meet records.