Get hype: Kristof Milak swims the 200 fly, Caeleb Dressel swims the 100 free after going a 47.32 in prelims, and Sun Yang races for his third gold medal.
Federica Pellegrini scrive un’altra pagina di storia del nuoto italiano. Campionessa del Mondo nei 200 metri stile libero per la quarta volta
Without Ledecky, McKeon, or Ruck, the women’s 200 freestyle is wide open. Baker and Masse reunite in the 100 back; the women’s 1500 will have a new champion.
En una jornada marcada por la ausencia de la estadounidense Katie Ledecky, Mireia Belmonte se ha convertido en la primera finalista española de este mundial.
While Rikako Ikee battles leukemia, her Japanese teammates qualified the women’s 4x100m free relay for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
FINA has released the relay entries for Day 1’s prelims session of the women’s 4×100 freestyle at 2019 World Championships in Gwangju.
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.
Hiroko Makino produced the #6 200m fly time in the world to add her name to Japan’s roster for this summer’s World Championships.
Yui Ohashi rocked another world-class 400m IM to notch the only World Championships qualifying time on day 2 of the 2019 Japan Open.
Shinri Shioura was one of the relay members who fired off a new Japanese National Record in the 4x50m free relay.
With just about a month to go until Australia’s World Championships Trials, Swimming New South Wales is hosting the inaugural Sydney Open this weekend at SOPAC. Not only is the 3-day competition new to the NSW calendar, but it incorporates the UniSport Australia Swimming Nationals.
CAMPIONATI MONDIALI FINA 2019 – GWANGJU 21/28 Luglio 2019 – nuoto Gwangju, Corea sito web dell’evento Programma gare nuoto A…
Olympic bronze medalist Daiya Seto earned his 3rd title at the Japanese Championships, which concluded tonight in Tokyo.
Daiya Seto continues to produce stellar results here in Tokyo, earning his 2nd World Championships bid by winning the 200m IM.
Katsuhiro Matsumoto clocked a big-time 1:45.63 to take over the top 200m free time of 2019.