Anthony Ervin is taking the 2014 Short Course World Championships off to drill-down on his book, Chasing the Water Dragon. The highly anticipated memoir is expected to hit book shelves in the spring of 2016.
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The Hungarian Swimming Association announced a list of Hall of Fame nominees
Harvard swept the top three spots in many of the races against Columbia, producing a lopsided score of 207-88 in the dual meet.
Hunter Doerr of Colorado Springs, Colorado has signed his National Letter of Intent to swim for the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Several eyebrows were raised last night at the 2014 Golden Goggles Award Ceremony as Michael Phelps’ name was announced as…
The upshot of the resolution is that it calls for sport to exist independently of politics, meaning that nations shouldn’t boycott sporting events to make political statements, among other things.
Arkady Vyatchanin suffered an injury while training from kicking the bottom of the pool, causing him to miss at least the Minneapolis Grand Prix.
Distance swimmer Gregorio Paltrinieri will look to upgrade his 2012 silver in the 1500 free to a gold in Doha.
In a busy weekend for fast college swimming, one race was on another level entirely.
Swimming Canada’s Big Splash Awards Week is underway as Nathan Stein of Maple Ridge, B.C., was named the Team Aquatic Supplies Male Para-swimmer of the Year today.
Minnesota’s Kierra Smith was named the Big Ten Female Swimmer of the Week after hitting the conference’s first NCAA “A” cut of the season at the Minneapolis Grand Prix this past weekend.
Texas A&M won three of the conference’s six weekly awards, while Florida took two.
Duke and North Carolina student-athletes each take home one apiece