La Federazione nuoto Cinese ha reso noto il roster ufficiale della Cina per i prossimi Campionati del Mondo FINA 2022 di Budapest
The roster that the Chinese Swimming Association released is the exact same as the one leaked by Chinese media outlets last month.
While not as stunning as her 400 IM swim in March, McIntosh delivered one of the fastest swims we’ve ever seen from a 15-year-old in the women’s 200 IM.
We know that Summer McIntosh has the potential for greatness in the 400 IM, but will she be able to hold off Olympic Champ Ohashi in Budapest?
Alex Walsh comes into Worlds as the fastest non-Hosszu 200 IMer since 2016. However, can she defeat Kaylee McKeown, last year’s #1 swimmer in the event?
The status of many of China’s star swimmers, like Zhang Yufei, will be dependent on the stingent COVID-19 travel restrictions in the city of Shanghai.
Kaylee McKeown is a known quantity in the backstroke events, but what’s her ceiling for a four-event showing at the 2022 World Championships?
Olympic gold medalist Zhang Yufei of China may see her national championships meet moved due to growing coronavirus concerns.
So this happened….15-year-old Mio Narita of Japan just ripped a massive 4:36.71 unofficial World Junior Record at the nation’s Selection Trials.
Annie Lazor has evolved into one of the best 200 breaststrokers on the planet in recent years, winning bronze in the event at the Tokyo Olympics.
One of two juniors to earn an individual medal in Tokyo, Lydia Jacoby is this year’s World Junior Female Swimmer of the Year.
The men’s 100 breaststroke podium featured Ilya Shymanovich, Nicolò Martinenghi, and Nic Fink. See the rest of the medalists here.
Claire Curzan of the United States made her presence known across a number of events here at these FINA Short Course World Championships.
Va in scena l’atto finale dei Campionati del mondo in vasca da 25 metri di Abu Dhabi 2021. Il nostro recap live con tutti i risultati
The women’s 200m IM saw a World Junior Record and Chinese national record fall at the hands of 16-year-old swimmer Yu Yiting.