La Federazione svedese di nuoto ha pubblicato il calendario delle gare per il ciclo olimpico 2021-2024 per avere una pianificazione chiara a lungo termine
The Swedish Swimming Federation has released its meet schedule for the 2021-2024 Olympic cycle, giving insight into which meets the country is targeting.
The Australian Institute of Sport has released documents discussing the relaunch of sports in the country, while some athletes have already enjoyed pool time.
Reminisce on the early days of several of the world’s most notable swimmers by taking in photos from ‘then’ versus ‘now’, 3rd edition.
At NSW Open C’ships, the Aussies will look to respond to several world-leading times thrown down by Americans recently at the Pro Swim Series in Des Moines.
McKeon was joined by the likes of Ian Thorpe, Cate and Bronte Campbell, Emily Seebohm and others as they raised money for bushfire relief.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.
The ISL will allow Russian athletes to compete, as long as they don’t have a prior doping ban, despite WADA’s four-year ban on Russia as a nation.
Katinka Hosszu easily defeated the women’s 400m IM field tonight in Budapest, one that included her ex-coach Shane Tusup’s new protege, Ilaria Cusinato.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu clocked a new World Cup Record this morning in Singapore in the 200m IM and sealed the deal with gold in the finals.
Joseph Schooling performed in front of his home nation of Singapore tonight at the World Cup, racing just the 200m IM event.
In the World Cup cat and mouse game between Emily Seebohm of Australia and Katinka Hosszu of Hungary in the women’s back, Seebohm now owns a 2-1 record.
La australiana Cate Campbell batió el récord de la Copa del Mundo en los 100 libre de la última noche en Jinan nadando por debajo de su marca de Gwangju.
Aussie Cate Campbell produced a World Cup Record in the 100m free competing on the final night in Jinan, clocking a time faster than her silver in Gwangju.
Mitch Larkin cranked out a time of 1:57.26 in the 200m IM to come within .20 of the World Cup Record he produced last week in Tokyo.