Photo Courtesy: Mike Comer/ProSwimVisuals.com LAUSANNE - AS has become our tradition, Swimming World will keep an up-to-date listing of the cash won during the FINA World Cup. This year, nearly $2 million
Photo Courtesy: Joao Marc Bosch BEIJING – China’s Lu Ying had the first remarkable swim of the FINA World Cup stop in Beijing as she broke her Asian record in the
Photo Courtesy: Maria Dobysheva BEIJING – The FINA World Cup opened up where it left off in previous stops with points leaders Chad le Clos and Katinka Hosszu both dominating
Photo Courtesy: Maria Dobysheva BEIJING – Tom Shields, who finished second in the second cluster of the FINA World Cup, looks to have pulled out of the Beijing stop after
Photo Courtesy: Maria Dobysheva BEIJING – The FINA World Cup kicked off its third cluster of events in Beijing with a mixed-bag of swims from those in attendance. Plenty of time
Photo Courtesy: Swimming Canada/Scott Grant TORONTO – Swimming Canada’s Race Simulation Camp featured some of Canada’s top junior swimmers in Toronto this week. The camp brings 10 males and 10
Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr BEIJING – Swimming Australia is sending a strong contingent on the FINA World Cup tour with the 2014 Australian Short Course Championships just around the corner.
INCHEON – Zulfiya Gabidullina, Kazakhstan, set a new world record time of 46.40 to win gold in the women’s 50m freestyle S5 on Wednesday (22 October). Being an S3 swimmer