German swimmer Florian Wellbrock, who dealt with a COVID-19 infection since the World Championships, won’t race the open water events in Rome.
Florian Wellbrock (above) and Lukas Maertens both had bouts of COVID-19 after the World Championships, with both likely to skip a race at Euros as a result.
Welsh swimmer Daniel Jervis entered the 2022 Commonwealth Games as a big favorite in the 1500 free, but he withdrew from Tuesday morning’s preliminary heats.
German distance freestyle ace Florian Wellbrock has faced a setback in his preparation for the upcoming European Championships beginning in mid-August.
Sarah Sjostrom and Kira Toussaint both attended an event sponsored by swimwear brand arena after Worlds. Noe Ponti, who also tested positive, was at that event too.
After initially not making the World Championship team, Simon Lamar (above) will now have two swims this week in Budapest.
“She’s doing the best she can,” Looze said. “It doesn’t take a genius to kind of know what’s going on, given the world around us.”
Kibler was pulled from the relay due to “COVID Prtocolo travel delays,” according to a statement from USA Swimming.
While individuals will not be required to be vaccinated to participate in the World Championships, vaccinated individuals will be treated differently when positive tests inevitably happen.
Titmus’ positive test comes after a Speedo shoot that included Worlds team members Zac Stubblety-Cook, Mollie O’Callaghan and Elijah Winnington.
Duncan Scott revealed on his Instagram channel on Wednesday that he has COVID-19 just 17 days out from the World Championships.
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