Arno Kamming is one of many Dutch athletes competing for spots on the European Short Course Championships squad this weekend.
Competing in short course, the likes of Dutch record holders Kenzo Simons, Arno Kamminga and Tes Schouten got to work getting their 2020/21 season underway.
In addition to Arno Kamminga, Femke Heemskerk (NED) and Signe Bro (DEN) also made some waves to close out the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race.
The 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race in Belgium represents a 2020 Olympic Games qualifying competition, which means Antonio Djakovic is likely to bring his A-game
Norway’s Markus Lie got his hand on the wall first in the men’s 200m IM and 50m back on night 1 of the North Sea Swim Meet.
Danas Rapsys of Lithuania would not be denied in the men’s 200m free, rocking another solid performance of 1:45.82 to close out Berlin.
The day 7 morning session will feature the prelims of the women’s 50 free, men’s 50 back, women’s 50 breast, mixed 4×100 free relay, and the men’s 1500 free.
Now that the 2019 Swim Cup – Eindhoven has concluded, the Royal Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB) has announced the initial list of qualifiers selected to compete at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo produced her fastest 50m free of the season to close Eindhoven.
While competing on day 2 of The Swim Cup – Eindhoven, 18-year-old Tes Schouten lowered her own Dutch National Record in the women’s 100m breaststroke.
Dutch swimmer Kyle Stolk came oh-so-close to qualifying for this summer’s World Championships with his morning 100m free mark of 48.53.
The 2019 Swim Cup – Eindhoven is slated to kick-off on Friday, with Dutch swimmers not already qualified in their desired events from last week’s Swim Cup – The Hague getting another chance.
While competing on the final night of the 2019 Swim Cup – The Hague, Tes Schouten became the 2nd fastest Dutch 50m breaststroker ever, but #1 in textile.
The final day of competition transpired in The Hague, with superstars Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Femke Heemskerk doing battle in the women’s 50m free.
Femke Heemskerk made it happen in the women’s 100m freestyle this morning in The Hague.