Descriptions of the early morning of January 18th, from both the perspective of the victim and former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, have been revealed via a police report.
Michael Andrew tests South African Swimming for 3 Months: Gold Medal Minute presented by SwimOutlet.com
Michael Andrew is spending three months in South Africa, competing and visiting his extended family.
The two-day meet features three swim sessions, with diving occurring Saturday afternoon.
In both the men’s and women’s rankings, the UBC Thunderbirds lead the way. They’re looking for a repeat win on the women’s side and the chance to challenge the University of Toronto men, so they’re in a very good place heading into the meet.
We all dream of achieving the pinnacle of excellence. But few have the stomach for what comes next. The hard work, the sacrifice, the time spent honing and perfecting our technique, elevating our conditioning until that moment where we stand up on the blocks and let it all fly.
Ohio State takes on WVU on Friday, as well as Indiana and Louisville on Saturday in Columbus
Dolfin Swimwear, renowned as the world’s best training suit manufacturer, will release the world’s first 4-Stage Framing System integrated in the latest advancement in competition swimwear –Titanium™.
Traditional powers once again own a majority of the top spots, but even after their loss at UNC this weekend, Courtney Bartholomew and the Virginia Cavaliers could disrupt the pecking order come March.
Several Bay-Area news publications, including the official Stanford Daily student paper, have reported that freshman swimmer Brock Turner has been arrested on…
Swimming is undeniably a tough sport, but we have perks, lots of them. Here are thirteen.
#3 – Stay out of the wet issues.
It’s a dawg party again, at least it is according to the CSCAA’s voting committee. The 2014 NCAA Champions top the rankings January 29th, 2015.
22-time Olympic medalist, Michael Phelps was on-hand to speak to young swimmers at a Boys & Girls Club Event in Knoxville, TN on January 28, 2015. (photo shown is unrelated)
The 24-strong Australian Swim Team will be looking to take home their third straight title at the 2015 BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series this weekend, after taking the honours at the series for the past two years.
Chad le Clos, above, will swim four races at the Sellenbosch Grand Prix, but that won’t include the 200 fly – a race that he’s backed off from at in-season meets recently.
The recent Sport England Active People Survey revealed a significant drop in participation in the sport of swimming.