Sun Yang ranked 17th on ESPN’s 3rd annual World Fame 100 list.
Olympic champion Sun Yang was among 3 famous Chinese swimmers who made the nation’s list of ‘Most Influential Chinese Athletes’ at an award ceremony held in Beijing on Monday, November 13th.
21-year-old Liu Xiang crushed a new Chinese and Asian record in the women’s 50m freestyle, surpassing the old mark set way back in 1994.
Wang Shun followed up his 400m IM victory in Tianjin with a 200m IM win on night 6, while Ning Zetao established himself as the top seed in the men’s 50m freestyle heading into tomorrow night’s final.
15-year-old Li Bingjie nabbed her 2nd national record of these 2017 National Games of China, while Ning Zetao made a return to racing.
The Queensland Short Course Swimming Championships concluded today in Brisbane, with Chinese swimmer Ning Zetao earning another sprint free victory.
Queensland Short Course Swimming Championships August 18th-20th, 2017 Brisbane Aquatic Centre, Brisbane, Australia SCM Age Group, Open categories Timed Finals…
Check out a breakdown of some of the more ‘open’ races at the 2017 World Championships.
The Americans will likely only have the Aussies to deal with in their quest to defend the world title in the mixed free relay.
Ning Zetao attempted to make his nation’s World Championship squad, but fell short of the FINA A cut at the Chinese Summer National Championships.
Ning Zetao will now train under Aussie coach Matt Brown, the former coach of Emily Seebohm.
Ning Zetao has been left off China’s preliminary World Championship roster.
Ning Zetao will be an interesting storyline for China as we move closer towards the 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
Reigning world champion in the men’s 100m freestyle event, Ning Zetao of China, has been kicked off the national team due to violations.
After spending the last two years in Melbourne leading the Surrey Park Swimming Club Matt Brown will be returning to Brisbane at the end of April to take the position of Head Coach at Rackley Swimming Parkinson…