Lilly King vs Yulia Efimova is one of swimming’s greatest rivalries with two of its most colorful personalities in the sport.
For Japan, taking Gwangju gold carries extra significance, as these World Championships represent a qualifying opportunity for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
World Champs gold could come down to strategic lineup decisions in the mixed medley relay, the newest event in the 2020 Olympic program.
The American, Canadian, and Aussie women will all be gunning for the 2019 medley relay title. With an all-star line-up, it can be anyone’s race.
Annie Lazor won’t be swimming at Worlds. With it being unclear whether Yulia Efimova, the defending World Champ, is swimming it — can the winner beat Lazor?
CAMPIONATI NAZIONALI GIAPPONESI 2019 – JAPAN OPEN 30 Maggio – 01 Giugno 2019 Tokyo International Swimming Pool Vasca Lunga 50…
Freestyle ace Naito Ehara was added to the Japanese lineup for the 2019 World Championships, helping bring the entire roster count to 25 for the nation.
Reigning World Record holder Ippei Watanabe proved he is a gold medal contender for this summer’s World Championships, convincingly winning the 200m breast on the final night of the 2019 Japan Open.
Yui Ohashi rocked another world-class 400m IM to notch the only World Championships qualifying time on day 2 of the 2019 Japan Open.
Yasuhiro Koseki clinched a World Championships qualifying time in the men’s 100m breaststroke, but reigning SCM 200 fly World Record holder Daiya Seto wasn’t far behind.
Reona Aoki moved into the #4 slot among the women’s 100m breast world rankings, clinching a spot on Japan’s World Championships roster in the process.
Yui Ohashi will be back at it this week, competing at the Japan Open, the final qualifier for this summer’s World Championships.
Pan Pacs gold medalist Yasuhiro Koseki misses the World Championships qualifying time in the 100m breast.
2019 KONAMI OPEN Saturday, February 16th & Sunday, February 17th International Swimming Centre, Chiba Prefecture Prelims at 9am local (7pm…
At the Hamana Bay Long Course Championships, Japanese National Record holders Daiya Seto and Yui Ohashi were among those who belted out some world ranking shake-ups