La stagione inaugurale della ISL si avvia agli scontri finali. Vediamo quali sono state le migliori performance e gli atleti che hanno accumulato più punti
After compiling the top times and top scoring swimmers, the Cali Condors look strong to take the US derby while the Roar/Energy battle is still one week away.
Mikkayla Sheridan (above) and Brendon Smith will be the 4th and 5th Australian swimmers to represent the New York Breakers this year.
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.
Kyle Chalmers already secured his World Championships qualification in the 200m free, but the 20-year-old now has his sights set on the 100m.
Ariarne Titmus lurks among the women’s 200m freestyle field, holding the fastest time ever performed by an Aussie with a seeded 1:54.30 National Record.
The 2019 Australian World Swimming Trials kicked off tonight in Brisbane, with the nation’s best vying for spots on the roster for next month’s main event.
The 6-day Australian World Trials meet taking place June 9th-14th at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre is the sole competition qualifying Australian swimmers for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
With just about a month to go until Australia’s World Championships Trials, Swimming New South Wales is hosting the inaugural Sydney Open this weekend at SOPAC. Not only is the 3-day competition new to the NSW calendar, but it incorporates the UniSport Australia Swimming Nationals.
After firing off a warning shot to the world with his 47.48 personal best and 100m freestyle gold medal-winning time here at his home pool, #KingKyle Chalmers produced another top swim in the 200m free.
25-year-old Ning Zetao, the 2015 double world champion in 50/100 freestyle, earned his 2nd title of these 2018 Queensland Championships.
Cameron McEvoy proved his back once again, doubling up on his 100 free from night 1 with a commanding victory in the 50m free on the final night in Melbourne.
Olympic medalist Emily Seebohm scored two medals during timed finals in Melbourne this morning, taking gold the 50m back and bronze in the 50m breast. She’ll contest the women’s 200m IM final this evening.
Caeleb Dressel races for the win and a Worlds spot in the men’s 100 free tonight.
Ariarne Titmus led the Australian women to a new Commonwealth Record in the women’s 4×200 free relay.