Brett Hawke (en la imagen superior) también entrena a Bruno Fratus, medallista mundial de plata en los 50 libre masculinos.
Stop #2 of the 1st cluster of the 2019 FINA World Cup is set to get underway in China this week in the city of Jinan. Action starts on Thursday.
American Michael Andrew dropped the 200 IM to go all-in on the 50 fly on day 3 of the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome, Italy.
Watch Felipe Lima’s meet record of 26.79 in the 50 breast, as well as the other quarterfinal races from the Speed Tournament at Mare Nostrum – Monaco.
38-year-old Roland Schoeman spoke with SwimSwam in Monaco about the 2020 Olympics: “We have greater and loftier goals than most people have their eyes set on”
Follow along for live updates of the 2019 Mare Nostrum Tour stop in Monaco. Michael Andrew will be in action in the 100 back.
Should swimmers get $5,000 checks just for showing up? At least one Olympic Champion doesn’t think so.
The TYR Derby Pro Swim isn’t just a swim meet – it’s a swimming experience. Now you get to relive the entire event, but with pancakes.
Now, at age 38 (he turns 39 on July 3rd of this year), he’s the oldest swimmer in the USA Swimming database (which is not exhaustive of every swim ever) to have broken the 23-second barrier.
Margo Geer and Mallory Comerford were first and second to the wall in the first round, respectively. Both went 25-low, with Geer at 25.14 and Comerford at 25.18.
Schoeman was a member of the South African Olympic team for four straight Games from 2000 to 2012.
Margo Geer will battle with seven other women, including Olympians Mallory Comerford and Farida Osman, through three rounds of the 50 free this evening in Louisville.
Fratus just threw down a world-leading 21.47 at the 2019 Brazil Trophy in his second competition since shoulder surgery in September, while Geer is the defending champion from last year.
The fourth annual TYR Derby Pro Swim Weekend is set to kick off on Thursday, April 25th, 2019 with a Drowning Prevention Clinic at the Ralph Wright Natatorium in Louisville, Kentucky, with the TYR Derby Pro Swim Meet presented by Churchill Downs to follow.
Now-retired South African Karen Prinsloo competed her whole career at Kings Park without starting block wedges.