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SA men’s Water Polo team fall short
The South African men’s Water Polo team fell short as they were defeated by Kazakhstan in the final group game of the tournament at the Fina World Championships in Kazan, Russia, on Friday. Read full article
Lochte out to bounce back from 'worst year'
Ryan Lochte is looking to bounce back from what he describes as his 'worst year' in 2014 when the World Swimming Championships begin on Sunday. Read full article
Adrian laments loss of Magnussen at worlds
Nathan Adrian of the USA admits he is disappointed not to be ale to resume his 100m freestyle battle with injured world champion James Magnussen in Kazan. Read full article
Stars battle for world titles
With one eye on Rio de Janeiro, swimming's stars begin the battle on Sunday for world championship medals in Kazan to prove their form heading into the 2016 Olympics. Read full article
North Korea's Kuk-hyang wins historic gold
North Korean teenager Kim Kuk-hyang made history on Thursday with her country's first diving gold medal at the world championships with a shock victory in the women's 10m platform final. Read full article
Russians claim first mixed duo synchro gold
Russia's Alexander Maltsev and Darina Valitova became the first world champions in mixed duo synchronised swimming on Thursday. Read full article
SA women lose to Greece in water polo
The final pool game of the Water Polo competition saw the SA women’s side going down to the highly skilled team from Greece at the FINA World Championships in Kazan on Thursday. Read full article
Campbell expects battle royal
World champion Cate Campbell admits she faces a battle royal to keep her 100m freestyle crown at the world swimming championships. Read full article
Horton relishing racing Sun
Australian teenager Mack Horton is relishing taking on the planet's best endurance racers including China's Olympic champion Sun Yang when the swimming section of the World Championships starts on Sunday. Read full article
Germany defend team open water gold
Germany successfully defended their team open water title over five kilometres on Thursday at the world aquatic championships in Kazan. Read full article
Schooling flying the flag for the small ponds
As the biggest fish in one of world swimming's smallest ponds, Singapore's Joseph Schooling has set his sights on making a huge splash on the global stage for his tiny Southeast Asian nation. Read full article
Ishchenko sets new record with 21st medal
Natalia Ishchenko became the most decorated synchronised swimmer of all time on Wednesday as she won her 21st major medal by taking gold in the individual freestyle at the world championships in Kazan. Read full article
Sun sets sights on golden haul in Kazan
Chinese swimming sensation Sun Yang cannot seem to escape the spotlight in or out of the water, and at the World Championships the towering freestyler will again be the name on everyone's lips. Read full article
Five Africans to watch at world champs
Ahead of the World Swimming Championships in Kazan, Russia, from August 2-9, here are five southern African names to look out for in the pool at the Kazan Arena Stadium. Read full article
Stars battle for world titles in Kazan's pool duel
With one eye on Rio de Janeiro, swimming's stars begin the battle on Sunday for world championship medals in Kazan to prove their form heading into the 2016 Olympic Games. Read full article
China's magisterial diving performances continue
China's Cao Yuan and Qin Kai kept up their country's domination of diving events at the world championships in Kazan on Tuesday as they comfortably won the 3m synchronised gold medal. Read full article
Cagnotto breaks China's winning streak
Tania Cagnotto won Italy's first diving gold medal for 40 years on Tuesday in the women's 1m springboard final to break China's winning streak at the world championships in Kazan. Read full article
Australia too strong for SA
Australia was too strong for the South African women’s Water Polo national side when they won1 during the 16th Fina World Championships fixture on Tuesday. Read full article
Muller wins women's 10km open water gold
Aurelie Muller of France won the women's 10 kilometre open water gold at the world championships in Kazan on Tuesday. Read full article
US team expects slow start in Kazan
USA Swimming was rubbing its hands with glee when it announced a squad packed full of gold medal winners and record breakers for the 2015 World Championships. Read full article
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