During the NCAC relays, Kenyon took control early and held on. In the swimming portion, contested in Gambier, nine event records fell and several swimmers put out some splits that may give us a glimpse of what this season will hold.
Purdue University got a solid pickup with the likes of Fort Wayne Aquatics’ Cady Farlow who gave her verbal commitment…
Anne Boodt, a national-level backstroker from Team Rebel Aquatics, has made a verbal commitment to swim at Boise State.
Auburn head coach Brett Hawke is banking that Sam Stewart can lift his yards times to match his meters swims – and can equal his brother’s success.
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The University of North Carolina announced the results this week of an independent investigation into its past academic programs, concluding that over 3,000 students, nearly half of them athletes, had benefited from grade-inflated “phantom” courses.
Tim Phillips will swim the 100 fly at the 2015 World Championships in Kazaan, Russia.
Nevada’s Marley Maluafiti has made a verbal commitment to San Jose State University.
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RCP Events is pleased to announce the date for the 15th RCP Tiburon Mile, which will be held on September 20, 2015. Registration is now OPEN, please go to our website at www.rcptiburonmile.com or register directly at www.active.com.
Swimisodes will star Olympic Gold Medalist Rebecca Soni, Roland Schoeman, Junya Koga, Lexie Kelly and Zach Hayden with swimming techniques from Coach Gary Hall.
National Team swimmers Connor Jaeger (Fair Haven, N.J.), Michael McBroom (The Woodlands, Texas) and Cody Miller (Las Vegas, Nev.) are…
Coach Holloway: “As we look to the future in diving for our program, we’re encouraged about his vision and plan to help bring NC State Diving back to the storied program it has been in previous times.”
With the 2014 Australian Short Course Championships just around the corner a group of ten swimmers will fit in some final race practise when they head to Asia to contest the FINA World Cups in Beijing, Tokyo and Singapore starting this Friday October 24.
Beijing welcomes swimming’s elite for the fifth leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup from October 24-25. The Chinese capital, together with Tokyo (JPN, October 28-29) and Singapore (SIN, November 1-2), constitute the third and final cluster.
With just over one month to go until the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), already Qatar is setting records as an unprecedented 1,300 swimmers and more than 500 team officials have registered their interest in competing at Hamad Aquatic Centre.