It’s time for the American Derby – we preview each team for strengths and weaknesses, focusing in on the all-important skins and relay races.
Mikkayla Sheridan (above) and Brendon Smith will be the 4th and 5th Australian swimmers to represent the New York Breakers this year.
FINA WC Cate Campbell E Vladimir Morozov Vincono La Classifica Overall, l’australiana batte in volata Katinka Hosszu di 45 punti
WC Series Doha Day 3: Doppietta Andrew, a Chupkov il Cluster maschile, ovvero il premio per il miglior punteggio accumulato nelle ultime 2 tappe
20-year-old Michael Andrew snagged 2 golds to close out this FINA World Cup Series campaign, including the 50m fly and 100m back.
Chad Le Clos busted out his 145th FINA World Cup Series gold medal tonight in Doha, Qatar, getting his hand on the wall first in the men’s 200m fly.
Cate Campbell gets it done in the women’s 50m freestyle, firing off a winning effort of 24.11 tonight in Doha, Qatar for World Cup gold.
La FINA Swimming World Cup è giunta alla conclusione dell’edizione 2019.L’ultima tappa della serie avrà luogo questo fine settimana in Qatar, a Doha.
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Both Russia’s Anton Chupkov and Australia’s Cate Campbell put up some solid outings tonight in Kazan to wrap up the penultimate stop of the FINA World Cup.
Reigning Russian national champion Vladislav Grinev got under the 48-second barrier tonight in Kazan, taking over the top spot in the 100m free rankings.
Russia put up some powerful performances on its home soil, including a 21.71 50m free gold medal-winning effort from Vlad Morozov.
About 70% of SwimSwam voters said Ryan Lochte would make the 2020 U.S. Olympic team, which would be his fifth straight Olympic berth.
But when you are competing in meets on back-to-back weekends in different continents with those teams, here’s my question…
Australian Cate Campbell leads the women’s FINA World Cup standings by just 3 points over Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu entering Kazan, Russia.