On the fourth day of competition at the 2015 Mexican Swimming Championships, three more swimmers were added to the Pan Am Games roster and three swimmers who already made it managed to grab another swim.
FORT WORTH, Texas – TCU swimming and diving announced the signings of six future Horned Frogs to National Letters of…
Zach Apple, the best incoming freshman who has been disenfranchised by Western Kentucky University’s decision to suspend their swimming program…
After Western Kentucky University announced that it was suspending it’s men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs for 5 years,…
What goes through your mind during swim practice? Does your mind wander here, there and everywhere?
This week, Brazil will host its Winter Junior and Senior Championships, with a couple of the nation’s bigger swimming names set to attend.
Above is a video courtesy of Bear Insider going through a run-down of Missy Franklin’s career thus far.
After the completion of the 2015 Russian Championships, the Russian Swimming Federation (RSF) has named 33 swimmers to their roster for the 2015 World Championships which will be held in the Russian city of Kazan.
Carmel High School junior Veronica Burchill has verbally committed to the Georgia Bulldogs, according to her Twitter profile.
The University of Iowa swimming and diving team handed out its annual team awards on April 26, inside the Feller Club Room in Carver Hawkeye Arena.
Maddy Schaefer has been pulled from the roster for the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea.
Justin Hove, a senior from Mason, Ohio, just outside of Cincinnati, has committed to swim for the Ohio State University…
“[Bob Bowman] has been there for me throughout my career and he will always be my coach.” – Michael Phelps
We’ve put together an analysis of what the sport would’ve looked like from 2012-2014 if all athletes who have had a doping ban were not in the picture.
Former U.S. National Team swimmer Shane Ryan is heading across the Atlantic to live and train with eyes on the Irish Olympic Team.
Kelsi Worrell and Tanja Kylliainen each picked up “Louie” awards at Louisville’s school-wide athletic department banquet.