Tanzanian Swimmer Crissa Dillip Secures Bronze Medal at Dubai Open Championship in 50m Backstroke

Tanzanian swimmer Crissa Dillip has emerged victorious at the Dubai Open Championship, clinching a prestigious bronze medal in the fiercely contested 50m Backstroke event. Dillip's remarkable achievement not only adds a shining moment to her burgeoning career but also marks a significant milestone for Tanzanian swimming on the international stage. The competition, held at the state-of-the-art Dubai Aquatic Centre, witnessed fierce competition among world-class swimmers from various nations. Amidst the intense rivalry, Crissa Dillip showc... Read More

Vincent dives into Olympic prep after world champs success

19 February 2024 – While the country’s swimming team left the World Aquatics Championships in Doha with one bronze medal, thanks to Pieter Coetzé’s performance in the 200m backstroke, the pick of the SA athletes competing in the other sports contested at the event in Qatar was diver Julia Vincent. Having already booked her ticket to Paris at the last World Championships in Japan, Vincent was using this event as vital preparation for the Olympic Games and was thrilled to secure a top-10 spot in the final of the 3m eve... Read More

Seychelles' Simon Bachmann Sets New National Record at World Aquatics Championship

In a remarkable display of skill and determination, Simon Bachmann of Seychelles has etched his name into the annals of Seychellois swimming history, setting a new national record at the World Aquatics World Championship held in Doha, Qatar. Bachmann's extraordinary feat unfolded in the mens 200m Butterfly event, where he surged ahead to claim victory with an impressive time of 2:03.31. Representing his nation with pride and determination, Bachmann's performance captivated audiences worldwide as he showcased ... Read More

Mia Phiri Makes Waves: Sets New Zambian Record at World Aquatics World Championship

Doha, Qatar - Mia Phiri of Zambia has made history at the World Aquatics World Championship in Doha, Qatar, by clinching a remarkable victory in the women's 50m Freestyle event, setting a new national record with a blazing time of 26.61 seconds. The 20-year-old swimmer's extraordinary performance has not only etched her name in the annals of Zambian swimming history but also earned her widespread acclaim on the international stage. Phiri's journey to this milestone moment has been marked by sheer determination and relentless d... Read More

Siwakhila Dlamini Shatters Records for Eswatini at World Aquatics Championship

In a stunning display of prowess and determination, Siwakhila Dlamini of Eswatini has made waves at the World Aquatics Championship in Doha, Qatar, by clinching a new record for her nation in the women's 50m Freestyle event in the 18-24 age group category. Dlamini's remarkable feat saw her clocking in at an impressive time of 29.66 seconds, securing a prominent position on the global stage and etching her name in the annals of Eswatini's sporting history. Dlamini's journey to this momentous achievement has been one marked by ... Read More