Take a mid-week break with SwimSwam’s very own take on ‘Where’s Waldo’. Challenge your teammates to this fun, swimmer pic scan.
Former World Junior Record holder Elijah Winnington just became Australia’s fatest 400m freestyler this decade with his victory tonight in Brisbane.
Olympic medalist Emma McKeon was in the water several times on day 2 of the Queensland SC Championships, reaping multiple golds.
St. Peters Western star Mitch Larkin took on 2 events to start his QLD SC Championships campaign, with the Olympic medalist coming up golden in both of them.
Queensland, Australia: Ai Campionati in vasca corta Mitch Larkin nuota il personale nei 400 misti. Entra al sesto posto della classifica all time australiana
World record holder Ariarne Titmus is set to race this weekend at the 2020 Queensland Short Course Championships, her first meet of the year.
The Cali Condors have announced 2016 Olympian Khader Baqlah as their newest addition to their 2020 International Swimming League roster.
Los Cali Condors mantienen a Caeleb Dressel, pero de nuevo es su lista de mujeres la que brilla después de una gran clase de firmas de graduados de la NCAA.
The Cali Condors return Caeleb Dressel, but again it’s their women’s roster that really shines after a big signing class of NCAA grads.
A collection of the Top 10 fastest swims in each event from the 1st season of the ISL -We’ve broken it up into women’s swims here; men’s article linked within
A collection of the Top 10 fastest swims in each event from the 1st season of the ISL -We’ve broken it up into men’s swims here; women’s article linked within
Campionati in vasca corta Western Australia: Holly Barratt conquista i 50 farfalla. Il 17enne Joshua Edwards-Smith sigla il record di categoria nei 200 do
17-year-old Joshua Edwards-Smith stole the show on night 1 of the Western Australia SC Championships, hitting a big-time PB in the 200m back.
Thomas Hauck ha rebasado el récord australiano de los 200 espalda en la categoría de 17 años que hasta entonces poseía Mitch Larkin.
While competing on day 1 of the 2020 Queensland Short Course Prep Meet, Thomas Hauck broke through once again with a 200m back national age record.