Ireland’s biggest event is set to kick-off on Wednesday, as over 400 swimmers from 68 clubs will be descending upon the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin to vie for qualification times for this year’s most elite competitions.
On the heels of its Transition Squad announcement, Swim Ireland has also now published its qualification criteria for the 2019 European Short Course Championships taking place this December in Glasgow, Scotland.
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling looks to get his 2019 swimming underway at this weekend’s Flanders Cup in Antwerp, Belgium.
Read about the history-making final night of the 2018 Irish Short Course Championships.
Alan Corby nailed a new Irish National Record in the men’s 100 IM tonight in Lisburn.
Another day, another Irish National Record for 18-year-old Mona McSharry.
Mona McSharry, 18, took down another Irish National Record while competing at Short Course Nationals in Lisburn.
While the 5-strong members of the Irish roster for the 2018 Short Course World Championships are putting their final touches on their preparation for Hangzhou, several other budding stars from Ireland are taking on the National Short Course Championships this week in Lisburn.
Ireland’s Mona McSharry produced new national standards across the 50 freestyle and 100 IM at the Ulster Short Course Championships recently.
Kristof Milak will be gunning for gold in the men’s 200 fly final tonight, as he looks for her first butterfly title of the meet after missing out in the 50 and 100.
Rewatch day 5 finals from the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires.
Mona McSharry broke her own Irish Record in the women’s 50 freestyle at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.
Australian Kaylee McKeown will be gunning for her first gold medal of the Youth Olympics tonight in the women’s 50 backstroke.
Rising Swedish star Sara Junevik comes into the women’s 100 fly as the #1 seed and will begin her pursuit of the sprint double after winning the 50 on day 4.