Yang Jaehoon broke the South Korean National Record in the men’s 50 freestyle heats in a time of 22.26, placing 19th overall.
The U.S. took an embarrassing DQ last summer, while France missed Euro finals in 9th. Redemption is on the line, as are Tokyo Olympic bids in a brutal field.
Australia’s Campbell sisters combine for one of the scariest back-halves you’ll ever see – and fast women’s duos are a major theme of the mixed free relay.
Sun Yang will try to complete his quadruple of gold tomorrow night as he takes on the 1500m free final at Chinese Nationals.
The top 3 finishers in tonight’s 100m free final at the Chinese Championships were all under the 49-second barrier, a huge result for the nation.
Riportato in inglese da Loretta Race Dopo aver nuotato il primo tempo al mondo nei 400 metri , la superstar cinese…
Sun Yang earned his 3rd gold of these Chinese Nationals, while on-the-rise He Junyi manhandled the men’s 100m free semi, clocking the 2nd fastest performance ever by a Chinese swimmer.
The 2012 double IM champion Ye Shiwen found success in tonight’s 200m IM race, taking gold by a large margin. Finishing in a time of 2:09.24, Ye put up her fastest time since Rio to top the podium.
Yan Zibei came within .04 of his own Chinese National Record tonight, but still has tomorrow’s final to make it happen.
Last Friday, SwimSwam published our Swammy Awards Top 10 Swims of the Year. The number one race was the men’s medley relay at the Asian Games.
As we wrap up our 2018 Swammy Awards, it’s time to look back at the top 10 swims of 2018.
SUN Yang s’est emparé des titres du 200, 400, 800, et 1500 nage libre à Djakarta.
It’s been a summer loaded with swimming action, from U.S. Nationals to the European Championships to Pan Pacs to Asian Games to Junior Pan Pacs. But through all of it, you won’t see a more exciting relay race than the men’s medley at the 2018 Asian Games.