How a high school swimmer turned apathy into motivation at the college-level and made it to the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Rachel Nicol was one of five members of the Canadian Pan American Games team to take home gold on the first night of the Mel Zajac Jr. International…
Maya DiRado earned shares of two wins on a night when some of the top California-based postgrads clashed at the Speedo Grand Challenge.
Ella Eastin is the top qualifier in the 200 IM and second in the 100 breast. She is only 1/10 off the national high school record in the IM, heading into Saturday’s finals.
Five-time Olympic medalist Allison Schmitt opens up on the subject of her post-Olympic depression and encourages others not to be afraid to seek help.
Torrey Pines High School swept the CIF-San Diego Section Divsion I finals, winning both the girls’ meet and the boys’ meet by wide margins.
Olympic champ and world record-holder Missy Franklin has been quiet on the competition front since her huge NCAA Championships, but she will be jumping into long course season headfirst at next month’s Santa Clara Pro Swim Series, her agent says.
A Rio official confirms that the Julio Delamare Aquatic Park’s construction will not be done in time to host the 2016 Olympic water park events.
Will Yulia Efimova add to Russia’s overall medal standings in the country’s quest to finish overall top three in Rio?
QuickSilver is a USA-S Level 1 Club Recognition and Bronze Level Club Excellence club.
Katinka Hosszu tops the leaderboard after three podia on Day One of the Nancy stage of France’s Golden Tour.
According to an interview done on Japanese TV, Kosuke Kitajima, one of the most famed breaststrokers this sport has ever seen, will retire following the 2016 Olympic Games.
All-American Louisville breaststroker Kameron Chastain will be rejoining the Cardinal program as the team’s new assistant coach.
Today a swimmer will make the decision to be better than they were yesterday in the pool. Will that swimmer be you?
As the Russian Junior National Championships in Volgograd came to an end so did the lifespan of four the competition records…
Nick Zweerink, 18, of Chesterfield, VA, a graduating senior at James River High School and a Poseidon Swimming athlete, has been chosen to compete in the Virginia State Special Olympics games