Vlad Morozov and the rest of Russian team are racing in Moscow this week for spots at the 2019 World CHampionships.
In a region where swimming pools that allow for international swim meets to best are few and far between, a new sports complex in the Russian province Kaliningard will open to address that need among many others.
Former UCLA swimmer Linnea Mack won both of her individual finals on the weekend at a meet that was loaded with big names and big swims from age group, professional American, and international backgrounds.
Sjostrom won the women’s award for the 2nd-straight year.
Olympic medalist Yuliya Efimova joins fellow Russians Vlad Morozov and Anton Chupkov among the early commitments to the series.
20-year old Russian Olympian Daria K. Ustinova is training with Team Elite in San Diego and will race 2 meets in the…
WADA will not reinstate a suspension on RUSADA and will allow the association to continue operating after receiving lab data. But Russia could face suspension from 2020 Olympics if data is found to be tampered with.
Kliment Kolesnikov has been named one of the top 10 athletes of Russia in 2018.
Kolesnikov piled up a huge number of medals in 2018 and broke a World Record, even at only 18-years old.
The Hungarian was the biggest earner at the World Championships. Team USA led all nations with almost half-a-million dollars won.
While the American point total was a historic
That marks Russia’s 6th National Relay Record at the 2018 Short Course World Swimming Championships. (Above: relay anchor Veronika Andrusenko).
The 14-year old Russian still has not raced at the World Championships.
Ryan Held will lead off the American 400 free relay in prelims at the Short Course World Championships.
The Russian star swam two World Record times in the 100 IM at this year’s World Cup Series and didn’t lose the race once; but he won’t swim the event at Short Course Worlds.