Jackpots have proven not to alter the outcome of a match, which begs the question: Why are they here in the first place?
Both ENS’s Chad Le Clos and AQC’s Szebasztian Szabo will swim the 50 fly individual and skins event double, side-by-side.
Siamo pronti a raccontarvi da Napoli il secondo giorno del Match n. 1 Della International Swimming League – terza stagione
Manca poco alla terza stagione della ISL Per facilitarvi l’acquisto dei biglietti proponiamo il programma gare completo Aqua Centurions
Confident American Lilly King will open her 2020 Olympic campaign on Sunday in women’s 100 breaststroke, beginning her quest to defend 2016 gold.
Whether you look at season-bests or best splits over the past three years, things come down to tenths between the U.S. and Australia in this relay.
Your race is as good as ours for who will get their hand on the wall first in what’s bound to be one of the most competitive races in Olympic history.
After yesterday’s rounds of retained swimmers, we’re keeping track of the top-scoring swimmers who have not yet been retained by their teams.
The London Roar have three top-50 scorers from last year among their unretained athletes: Adam Peaty, Maria Kameneva, and Christian Diener.
Questa settimana, l’ISL annuncerà gli atleti “protetti” di ogni squadra. Pubblichiamo oggi la lista di London Roar e LA Current
In her last race of the meet, Dawson swam a 58.08 100 backstroke relay split to lower Gemma Spofforth’s mark of 58.12 from back in 2009.
Following the 100 back re-swim at the European Championships, Kira Toussaint spoke out about her 4th place finish, after initially coming in 2nd.
Kira Toussaint commenta l’annullamento della finale dei 100 dorso e la ripetizione della gara “E’ ingiusto, mi sento derubata dell’argento”
The Netherlands’ Kira Toussaint will look to finish off the sprint backstroke double on Friday as she takes on GBR’s Kathleen Dawson in the women’s 100 back.
Kathleen Dawson thrived under the pressure of having to race the 100 back final a second time, reaffirming her gold medal victory in a time of 58.49.