Katinka Hosszu will take on the 100 IM and 200 back at day 3 prelims in Hangzhou.
Ever tried a 4k IM on for size? Mitch Larkin of Australia has! Check out what he and some of his elite Aussie teammates reveal as their toughest sets ever!
The first finals session of the meet kicks off with finals of the men’s 400 free, women’s 200 free, men’s 200 fly, women’s 400 IM, men’s 200 IM, men’s 4×100 free relay, and women’s 4×100 free relay. There will also be semifinals heats of the men’s 100 back, women’s 50 breast, men’s 100 breast, and women’s 100 back.
Wang Shun defended his 200 IM World title in a new Chinese Record of 1:51.01.
The first morning of the 2018 Short Course World Championships gets underway today with 11 events being contest in prelims.
China’s Wang Shun will look to defend his 200 IM SC World title on home soil in Hangzhou.
Mitch Larkin is one of the swimmers who has been working with Tom Barton using his unique combination of physiotherapy and yoga…
Matt Grevers, Xu Jiayu and Ryan Murphy are just a few of the incredibly talented backstrokers who will be competing in Hangzhou.
Vladimir Morozov’s $332,400 in prize money led all earners on the 2018 World Cup series. Both he and women’s champ Sarah Sjostrom cracked $300,000, and six swimmers earned six-figure prize totals.
Sjostrom edged Katinka Hosszu by just 36 points for the overall title while Morozov was 171 points ahead of men’s second-place finisher Kirill Prigoda.
America’s Blake Pieroni threatened Ryan Lochte’s American Record in the men’s 200 freesytyel in Singapore tonight.
20-year-old Kyle Chalmers became the 2nd fastest Aussie in history finishing behind Vlad Morozov in tonight’s 100m free stunner in Singapore.
American Michael Andrew is keeping his stellar meet alive in Singapore, nabbing 2 top seeds on day 2.
After 27 consecutive World Cup victories in the women’s 100m IM, Katinka Hosszu saw tonight’s race go to Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom. The difference of 3 FINA points may prove crucial when it comes to handing out the overall series crown.
Katinka Hosszus is entered in 15 events in her bid to overtake Sarah Sjostrom as World Cup Series champion, while Joseph Schooling makes his home country debut in the series.