“The Professor” Cameron McEvoy looks to repeat as Australian Short Course Champion in the men’s 100m freestyle event on Day 2’s finals.
As announced this week by the Brazilian government, citizens of America, Canada, Japan and Australia will not be required to obtain a visa to travel as spectators to Rio for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Aussie All Stars prepare to claim titles at the 2015 Australian Short Course Championships.
Gregg Troy will add another Dressel to the roster next year; Sherridon will join older brother Caeleb as a Gator for the 2016-17 season.
Eagle Swim Team’s Amanda Chabbott, Shannon Hochkeppe, Ben Skopic, and Isabelle McElrath have all committed to swim for D1 programs next year.
Katinka Hosszu has 4 career European Short Course gold medals, and will have a chance to add up to 11 more this December.
Hold onto your seats because this episode covers two top level competitions, a big analysis of the current shape of world swimming, and a breakdown of America’s favorite swimmer: Missy Franklin.
Ouachita Baptist University landed a commitment from Crawfish Aquatics’ Susannah Frith.
University of Stirling’s Craig Benson is now headed to Indianapolis December 11th and 12th.
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Michael Chadwick and the Missouri Tigers jumped into the top 10 after an electric performance last week at the Tennessee Invitational
Michael Phelps’ fiancee Nicole Johnson reveals a perfect baby bump in her elegantly fitted navy dress at the 2016 Golden Goggles reports E! Entertainment News.
Luke Cooperman from Warrenville, Illinois, has committed to join the top-tier diving program at the University of Minnesota. Cooperman is…
Top competitors in Britain will be receiving more money to fuel their Olympic dreams approaching Rio after Chancellor of the Echequer George Osbor announced a 29 per cent budget increase for UK sport.
With the introduction of the back footplate on the swim starting blocks in 2008, the dynamics of the technique of starting changed.
Can we try too hard to achieve our goals in the pool? Is there a point where our passion for our swimming becomes counter-productive?