An interview with Nancy Hogshead-Makar, an Olympic champion swimmer and Senior Director of Advocacy for the Women’s Sports Foundation.
Park to Face Doping Hearing; Media Reports Positive Test Was For Testosterone, Non-Specified Substance
As reported yesterday, South Korean Olympic swimmer Park Tae-hwan failed a doping test, according to his agency, Team GMP. FINA,…
The Marlins Of Raleigh Swim Team has 3 sites in the Triangle Area which was voted the #3 swim city in the US by USA Swimming and is regularly listed as one of the top places to live in the United States.
SCOUTING NORTHERN COLORADO Northern Colorado closes its dual-meet season Wednesday against CSU. The Bears are 9-8 on the season, including…
Josh Prenot was strong en route to three individual wins on Saturday, including a 200 yard breaststroke upset over defending NCAA Champion Kevin Cordes.
Missy Franklin and the Cal Golden Bears used superior depth to outlast the top-heavy Arizona Wildcats in Tucson.
Penn hosted Delaware over the weekend in a combined dual meet; the men beat the Blue Hens, 184-98, while the Quaker women won, 174-126.
Southlake Carroll High School, located in the suburbs of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, put together a dominating performance at Texas’s District 10-6A Championships over the weekend, winning 16 of 24 total events.
Club Wolverine Elite’s Miguel Ortiz has been making headlines both here and abroad as a relative newcomer to professional swimming.
There were many fast meets this weekend, including Florida and Auburn, the full scoreboard is below
Dartmouth junior Kendy Nangle had several season-best swims at the Dartmouth Invitational over the weekend. The Big Green women were second to Northeastern by 1 point, while the men clinched a win.
When it comes to mental illness, it can be difficult to help someone struggling when there is no visible injury.
Saturday was the final home meet for the Eagle Seniors of Emory. The Eagles will be graduating thirteen team members,…
Farnsworth was described by friends as “an amazing person” with a “contagious positivity.”
NCAA diving champion Kristian Ipsen has already booked his ticket to the 2015 World Championships. More will have the chance this May in Bloomington, Indiana.