Commentary by Jeff Commings TUCSON – This weekend’s BHP Billiton Super Series in Perth, Australia, is, in my eyes, the official kickoff of seven months of racing preparation for this
PHOENIX – Since Swimming World Magazine was first established by co-founder Robert Kiphuth and Peter Daland in 1952, we have always taken our role as The Record of the Sport
TUCSON – College swimming, in the United States and Canada, took a lot of the headlines in the past few days, and as we count down the top five swimming
GWANGJU – Gwangju, the host city of the 2015 World University Games, has entitled itself Korea’s “Atlantics” or the “Aquatics City” ahead of the multi-sport event slated for July 4-11.
ANTWERP – The second, and final, day of the Flanders Speedo cup featured a double from the Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu as well as a blistering breaststroke from Adam Peaty.
UPPSALA – Robin Andreasson and Sophie Hanson each claimed a pair of victories on the final day of the two-day Swedish Grand Prix 1 in Uppsala. Robin Andreasson touched the
USTER – David and Evelyn Verraszto, the Hungarian swimming siblings, were on fire during the second day of the International Meeting in Uster. Hungary’s David Verraszto lowered his own meet