Russia’s Vlad Morozov earned his 100th World Cup Series gold medal with his 50m free victory tonight in Budapest, Hungary.
Russian backstroker Grigory Tarasevich is the 4th male backstroker on the New York Breakers’ roster for the 2019 ISL season.
Mondiali Junior: Andrei Minakov e Lani Pallister sono stati proclamati nuotatore e nuotatrice dell’evento. Ceccon è secondo nella classifica individuale
Andrei Minakov (above) of Russia and Lani Pallister of Australia were named the top 2 swimmers at the 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Minakov (above) won silver at the World Championships in the 100 fly; he’s facing a headline battle with American Luca Urlando in Budapest in 2 weeks.
After missing the semi-finals of the men’s 100 free for the 2nd-straight World Championship meet, Vlad Morozov pondered his future in the event.
Kristina Vershinina, who represented Russia at the 2017 World University Games, had already completed her 6 month suspension by the time it was announced.
The men’s 100 breaststroke will be one of the premier finals on Sunday evening in Kazan as the 2019 European Junior Swimming Championships conclude.
After winning the 100 and 400 frees already, Germany’s Isabel Gose has a chance for 2 more medals, in the 50 and 200 freestyles, on Saturday.
Grigory Tarasevich, who won gold in the 100 back at the World University Games, has been added to Russia’s roster for the World Championships.
Darya Vaskina was a part of 2 record-breaking performances on Friday at the 2019 European Junior Swimming Championships in Kazan.
Isabel Gose as been a part of all 4 German gold-medal winning results, though Italy still holds a narrow 1-bronze lead heading into day 3.
Yekaterinburg, Russia is the 4th-largest city in Russia and one of 11 that hosted matches of the 2018 men’s soccer World Cup.
Russia has announced a roster 0f 9 swimmers to race in open water at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships this…
Russian Junior Swimming Championships May 15th-19th, 2019 Sura Water Sports Palace, Penza, Russia Boys aged 17-18 (2001-2002), Girls aged 15-17…