Conor Dwyer — men’s NCAA 500 free champion and USA Olympic Team member — one of many men who can boast that double accomplishment.
Texas Longhorn Jack Conger is one of several swimmers making their second appearance at the World University Games this week in Gwangju, South Korea. Swimming preliminaries begin in the morning of July 4th.
“I am super excited to have Shane join our staff this season. He brings a lot of coaching and recruiting experience to our program”.
Japan’s powerhouse Kosuke Hagino officially pulls out of Worlds; Kazan Curse continues.
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“Our USA swim team is a year-long program encompassing 60 to 90 swimmers. FAST consistently trains our swimmers to become State, Zone and Sectional qualifiers.”
The fourth and final day of the 2015 Island Games’ swimming competition came to a close today, with the meet’s…
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The 2015 Swedish Championships in Sundsvall continued today with the women’s 200 back, 50 breast, 100 fly, and 800 free as well as the men’s 400 I.M., 100 back, and 50 fly.
It’s preseason. Training is at the top of your priority, and your recovery is essential to getting through the next few weeks of high intensity workouts. For the 19-20 hours in the day that you spend off the pool deck, you have complete control over your recovery and how well you treat your body.
Commitments from the class of 2016 are starting to pour in just two days into the official recruiting season, with Wilton Wahoo standout Ky-lee Perry verbally committing to NC State.
Multiple aquatic competitions that were scheduled for this weekend in Greece will be postponed due to the upcoming Greek bailout referendum that will be taking place on July 5, 2015.