Hungarian Katinka Hosszu had another spectacular year winning the World Cup Series for the third year in a row…
Ranomi Kromowidjojo nearly broke 23 seconds with her second leg on the Dutch’s preliminary world record-setting swim in the 4×50 Freestyle Relay.
Jeantte Ottesen splits 24.09 on the 50 fly leg.
Denmark broke their own record, which was set at the 2013 European Championships (pictured above), and also topped the former Russian world record vacated after a doping suspension.
The Danish women will look to recapture the magic that earned them a World Record a year ago in Herning at the European Championships.
Hear from some National Team Directors about their federation’s goals and preparation for the Short Course World Championships.
Cesar Cielo is already the fastest man in history in long course meters and short course yards. Can he add the short course meters world record this week in Doha?
Jeanette Ottesen, Femke Heemskerk and Ranomi Kromowidjojo all recorded times that rank in the world’s top five…
With the many members of the Dutch national team in attendance the championships should be an exciting four days of racing…
With its roster of 15, Denmark still has lofty goals for the 2014 World Short Course Championships in December.
Julie Aglund Lauridsen qualified for the Short Course World Championships in the women’s 400 IM winning in a time of 4:38.90…
Coming off a dominant performance in Berlin, Denmark emerged as legitimate gold medal threats in any worldwide 400 medley relay. When will we say that again?
Australia’s Melanie Schlanger and the U.S.A.’s Nathan Adrian put their sprinting skills on display in Singapore and were handily rewarded for it, to the tune of $20,000.
Fran Halsall won gold in the women’s 50 free to cap off a dominating week for the Brits. Great Britain led all of Europe with 9 gold medals in the pool and 24 total pieces of hardware.
Federica Pellegrini will get an opportunity to flex her muscles in her trademark race, the 200 freestyle. She will face plenty of competition including Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Sweden’s Sarah Sjoestroem along the way though.