3 Senegalese Records Broken : Matthieu Ousmane

Amiens, France - In a stunning display of skill and determination, Senegalese swimmer Matthieu Ousmane SEYE made waves at the 15th Meeting des Hortillons in Amiens, France, breaking not one, but three national records in the 100m Backstroke, 100m Freestyle, and 200m Freestyle events. Record-Breaking Performance On the opening day of the competition (15/12/2023), SEYE set the tone by establishing a new Senegalese record in the 100m Backstroke, completing the race in an impressive 57.31 seconds. This achievement surpassed the previous recor... Read More

World Aquatics changes date for Doha 2024 Open Water Swimming events

Logistics issues at the Doha Port venue have prompted a schedule change for the Men’s and Women’s 5km open water swimming competitions at the World Aquatics Championships – Doha 2024. The Men's and Women's 5km Open Water Swimming Events have been rescheduled for February 7, 2024, from February 6, 2024. The men's 5km race is scheduled to begin at 13:00 (10:00 UTC), while the women's 5km competition is scheduled to begin at 10:30 local time (UTC 7:30). The schedule for the Women's 10km (3 February), Men... Read More

Egypt's Diving Team Makes Waves with Remarkable Achievements

Egypt's Diving Team Makes Waves with Remarkable Achievements Date: December 20, 2023 In a spectacular display of skill and determination, Egypt's diving team has garnered international acclaim with their recent achievements at the African Diving Championships. The team, comprised of talented athletes, has made waves in the world of diving, showcasing their prowess on both national and global stages. Record-breaking Performances Egypt's diving team has recently achieved several record-breaking performances, setting n... Read More

The fastest 200m  breaststroke time since  Tokyo Olympics shocks  Schoenmaker

December 19th, 2023 - The World Aquatics Championship trials, which took place in Durban from December 14–18, saw four swimmers from South Africa secure qualifying times. Leading the pack, Tatjana Schoenmaker swam qualifying marks in the 50, 100, and 200-meter breaststroke as well as the finals; she broke the world record in the latter event to win the gold at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. With a timing of 2:20.35 in the heats and 2:20.30 in the final, Schoenmaker was the fastest swimmer. Her time this season ranks her as the best in ... Read More

Strong Performances Define Women's 5km African Open Water Swimming for Ages 18

In a thrilling showcase of endurance and skill, the women's 5km open water swimming event for athletes aged 18 unfolded with notable performances from competitors representing different nations across the continent. Let's delve into the highlights of this highly competitive category. Caitlin E Rademakers from South Africa emerged as the standout performer, securing the top position with an impressive time of 59 minutes and 58.9 seconds. The 18-year-old swimmer showcased a perfect blend of speed and stamina, solidifying her reputation... Read More