In addition to Arno Kamminga, Femke Heemskerk (NED) and Signe Bro (DEN) also made some waves to close out the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race.
Check out some solid swimming from Germany’s Jessica Steiger, the Netherlands’ Kira Toussaint and more from the 2020 Antwerp Diamond Race.
18-year-old Kenzo Simons crushed a lifetime best of 20.98 in the short course men’s 50 free, getting the gold in a new national record.
On-fire Dutch backstroker Kira Toussaint is set to race in Amsterdam this weekend, where swimmers are vying for Euro SC QTs and….chocolate.
The 2019 Dutch Open Championships wrapped up, but without any additional qualifiers for next month’s World Championships aside from Maarten Brzoskowski.
Dion Dreesens is seeking World Championships qualification in Amersfoort this weekend, racing at the 2019 Dutch Open Championships.
Another Dutch Junior Record bit the dust at the Swim Cup – Eindhoven, this time courtesy of Kenzo Simons.
Multiple gold medalist at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games, Hungary’s Kristof Milak powered his way to 2 golds in Antwerp tonight.
Femke Heemskerk clinched her 5th 200m IM national title in Amersfoort last night.
The most wide-ranging international field has to be the men’s sprints, where European stars like Pieter Timmers, Andrii Govorov, Jesse Puts and Thom de Boer will be joined by Brazilian world champs silver medalist Bruno Fratus and Japan’s Asian record-holder Shinri Shioura.
Catch yourself up on which elite Dutch stars train where, as the 2017/18 NTC rosters have been released.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo moved up to fourth in the world with her blazing 24.36 to win the 50 free final tonight.