Russia’s Vladimir Morozov has become the second swimmer in 2016 to break six figures in prize money on the FINA World Cup circuit with an $8.5K meet in Dubai.
Katie Meili won a very tight race in the 100 breast on night 1 of the Dubai World Cup.
2016 FINA WORLD CUP – BEIJING Beijing, China – National Aquatics Center Friday, September 30 – Saturday, October 1, 2016…
Vladimir Morozov led the World Cup money lists through two legs, but as his world record bonus opportunities dried up, defending series champ Katinka Hosszu caught him for the money lead in Moscow.
Vladimir Morozov and Katinka Hosszu topped the 2016 World Cup’s first cluster, earning big bonuses and carrying convincing points leads into the next two clusters.
Yulia Efimova made the FINA World Cup stop in her home nation a smashing success, setting new Russian records in the 100 breast and 200 IM.
Three of the eight members of FINA’s Doping Control Review Board (DCRB), including Chairman Dr. Andrew Pipe, have resigned, reportedly in…
Yulia Efimova and other 2016 Russian Olympic swimmers received an award from Russia for their accomplishments at the 2016 Rio…
With the competitive swimming portion of the 2016 Rio Olympics wrapping up this week, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has begun returning swimmers to their storage unit, where they’ll remain until fans care about swimming again in the year 2020.
Jimmy Feigen answered submitted questions earlier this week in a Reddit ‘AMA,’ at one point mentioning that he does not plan to compete in Tokyo.
Russia’s Anastasiia Krapivina will swim the 10k Marathon Swim at the Rio Olympic Games tomorrow.
Dave Salo, head coach at USC and Trojan Swim Club, proposed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that having international swimmers train in the U.S. and be subject to USADA testing would level the playing field.
2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Swimming: August 6-13 Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Barra Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro…
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In a stunning victory Michael Phelps became the first swimmer to win four consecutive gold medals in a single event at the Olympic Games. Phelps was a 1:54.66 at the wall to win the race by almost two full seconds, asserting his dominance as the greatest swimmer of all time.