Ferry Weertman swam a tactically perfect race to claim gold in the men’s 10 KM Marathon swimming event in Rio.
The Netherlands picked up the first open water swimming gold of the Rio Olympic Games on a dominant effort from Sharon van Rouwendaal, but behind her, controversy raged with a hotly-contested silver medal finish that led to a disqualification.
French swimmer Aurélie Muller has been disqualified from the women’s open water 10km race after touching the pad 2nd.
Sharon Van Rouwendaal won gold in the women’s 10 KM event, the Netherlands’ first swimming medal of the Games.
Russian Kirill Abrosimov won the men’s 5km event while Danielle Huskisson of Great Britain took the women’s 5km at the European Open Water Championships in Hoorn, Netherlands…
Live recap of day 1 finals at the Mare Nostrum Circuit – Canet en Roussillon.
This weekend the Open Water Olympic Qualifying Event in Setubal Bay, Portugal will take place.
It was a big day for the Energy Standard Club team on the second and final day of the 2016 Energy Standard Cup, with Evgeny Koptelov’s and Sharon van Rouwendaal’s three wins apiece leading a 14-for-18 day as a team.
Italy’s Energy Standard Cup will pit national teams from Great Britain, France and Italy against the Energy Standard Swimming Club team with €150,000 (or about $171,000 U.S. Dollars) in prize money on the line.
Watch the full 2016 National Championship 10k race build up to an excitingly close conclusion.
Lara Grangeon will be trying to secure her place in Rio in the final of the women’s 200 fly on Day 3 of 2016 French Elite Nationals.
2016 French Elite Long Course National Championships and Olympic Trials Selection Meet Dates: Tuesday, March 29 – Sunday, April 3,…
The French Elite Long Course National Championships will take place over 12 sessions from Tuesday, March 29 through Sunday, April 3 at the Antigone pool in Montpellier. Here is a guide to the women’s races.
Some of the best open water swimmers in the world will compete at the 2016 Australian Open Water Championships in Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, QLD this weekend…
The Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB), home of Olympic champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo, is reinventing itself as a supporter of all levels of swimming within the Netherlands, complete with a new logo and new motto for 2016.