ISL International Swimming League: Secondo ed ultimo giorno del derby europeo a Londra. Il nostro recap live con tutti i tempi
Il derby Europeo della International Swimming League fa il debutto oggi al Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park di Londra. Il nostro Recap live
Il derby europeo della International Swimming League è in programma per il fine settimana. Vediamo i roster completi di Energy Standard, London Roar e Iron
It’s been a record spree in Kazan, and three more national records fell on the fourth day of Russia’s Short Course Championships.
Maria Kameneva had two big swims on opening night of Russia’s Short Course Nationals, including the #7 time in the world this year in the 100 back.
The 4th match of the ISL’s inaugural season gave us a new World Record, insight into team strategies and strengths, and a lot to look forward to next month.
El Grupo “B”, que debutará este fin de semana en Lewisville, está formado por los New York Breakers, Los Angeles Current, Team Iron y London Roar.
Iron has announced 25 swimmers for their ISL opener. They’ll feature 2 of the winningest-ever in the FINA World Cup series: Katinka Hosszu (above) and Vlad Morozov.
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.
Gwangju 2019:Nella prima parte delle batterie del Day7 Benedetta Pilato e Martina Carraro nuotano il primo e secondo tempo 50ra. 4×100 sl mista in finale
Nathan Adrian will swim on the Americans prelim relay in the mixed 4×100 freestyle. He’ll be joined by Blake Pieroni, Katie McLaughlin, and Abbey Weitzeil.
Swimming in the finals of the women’s 4 x 200 freestyle relay Thursday night at the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju.
After scratching races due to being ill, Katie Ledecky will join the stars and stripes for the 4×200 free relay final.
Team USA is stacked with eleven women under 1:59 this season alone… but what does Australia have in its arsenal? And what to expect from Ariarne Titmus?
18-year-old Australian Ariarne Titmus currently leads the world rankings this year in the women’s 200 freestyle, clocking 1:54.30 back in April.