Sarah Sjostrom has already been tearing it up on the World Cup series, but this week, she very clearly went out of her way to earn SwimSwam’s prestigious Swim of the Week award.
The World Championships came to a close earlier this month and it always takes a week or two to reflect back and absorb some of the great performances that we witnessed, along with the event’s overall impact on the sport and the global sporting landscape.
Check out all the records broken at the 2017 FINA World Championships.
Coupe du monde à Eindhoven : records du monde du 100 et du 200 pour Sarah Sjöström, du 400 4N pour Mireia Belmonte
Décidément, quand on se dit que Sarah SJÖSTRÖM pourrait connaître un petit coup de moins bien, rien n’est moins certain….
Riding a pair of world records in Eindhoven, Sarah Sjostrom has charged past the six-figure barrier in prize money for the 2017 World Cup, sitting at $104,500 after winning the tour’s opening cluster.
Sarah Sjostrom leads five-time defending World Cup champ Katinka Hosszu by a whopping 90 points at the end of cluster 1, taking advantage of four world record bonuses in the first three meets. Meanwhile Chad le Clos leads the men’s points.
Katinka HOSSZU, à Berlin, les 7 et 8 Août, a-t-elle un peu mieux joué que Sarah SJÖSTRÖM, dans le cadre…
Grand bassin du Stadio del Nuoto, la piscine du traditionnel Trophée des Sept Collines et du mondial de Rome 2009….
Re-live Sarah Sjostrom’s 50.58 100 freestyle world record set on day 1 in Eindhoven.
Sarah Sjostrom and Mireia Belmonte were tonight’s golden girls in Eindhoven, each having earned a shiny new world record to close out the first cluster of this year’s FINA World Cup Series.
The Sjostrom Show has escalated to shockwave proportions.
Dutch swimmer Arno Kamminga raced his way to the #2 seed in the men’s 200m breaststroke in Eindhoven, clocking a new national record in the process.
Sjostrom fires off a new SCM World Record, while Katinka Hosszu, Mireia Belmonte and Vlad Morozov collect double wins in Eindhoven.
Sarah Sjostrom just knocked her own SCM 100 freestyle World Record down to a new low of 50.58.
Sarah Sjostrom gets it done again, clocking 51.02 in the women’s 100 SCM freestyle in Eindhoven this morning.