Anteprime Mondiali: nei 200 farfalla femminili a Budapest ci saranno le prime quattro classificate alle Olimpiadi di Tokyo
Zhang Yufei, Regan Smith, and Hali Flickinger are all returning to the pool this summer after landing on the 200 butterfly podium at Tokyo 2020.
The first edition of our Top 100 series that ranks the best female and male swimmers in the world for 2022.
Didn’t have time to watch day four finals last night live or today before day five? Read on for the biggest swimming headlines from day four of Tokyo 2020.
Watch Caeleb Dressel’s first individual swim of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in the men’s 100 freestyle.
Among those headlining the Chinese Olympic swim team will be Olympic medalists Wang Shun and Xu Jiayu, along with Wang Jiajiahe and Zhang Yufei.
China’s Yufei holds the fastest women’s 200m fly time in the world this season by .41. She and #2 Flickinger made the 2016 Olympic final but did not medal.
While Junyi got the closest, no new swimmers managed to qualify for the Olympics on Day 4 of 2021 Chinese Summer Nationals.
Versatile Olympic bronze medalist from Rio Wang Shun is getting ready to shine in Tokyo, having qualified for his third individual Olympic event.
Yufei tied her 100 free National Record in prelims, but she scratched the semifinal to focus on the 200 fly final where she swam lifetime best of 2:05.44.
Zhang Yufei continua la serie di risultati positivi ai trials cinesi e nuota il suo personal best nei 200 farfalla primo tempo al mondo
15-year-old Yu Yiting beat Rikako Ikee’s WJR yesterday by .10. In the finals, Yiting won the event with a 2:09.64, beating her swim from yesterday by .24.
No female swimmer has ever been as fast as Belarus’s Anastasiya Shkurdai in *both* the 100 fly (56.9) and 100 back (59.0), and she’s only 18.
The final day of the 2020 Chinese Swimming Championships is upon us and a couple of key swimmers saved their best performances for last.
Riportato in inglese da Loretta Race Dopo aver nuotato il primo tempo al mondo nei 400 metri , la superstar cinese…