Coach Eddie Reese dedicates sets in each practice to improving the dolphin kick. It is no wonder that Texas had 6 out of 8 finalists in the men’s 100 yard fly at the NCAA Division 1 Championships this year.
Former Junior World Champ Ella Eastin will swim a full lineup in her last Junior National Championships ever.
Maddison Keeney (AUS) was sitting in 4th place after four rounds, then the unexplainable happened in the final round, dropping her in last place.
WOMEN’S 400 IM: 2015 FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW Day 8, Sun August 9th 2013 World Champion: Katinka Hosszu, HUN – 4:30.41…
Days after the firing of Newburgh Sea Creatures Head Coach Aaron Opell, 9 board members have resigned.
Aurelie Muller of France won the women’s 10 km world title, qualifying for the 2016 Olympic Games.
USA National Team Director Frank Busch talks about getting Team USA ready for the FINA World Championships in Kazan.
The International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame (IMSHOF) is proud to announce its class of inductees for 2015.
The 2016 Olympic host country can celebrate this morning after Ana Marcela Cunha and Poliana Okimoto Cintra both finished in the top 10 of the women’s open water 10K.
If your children take responsibility and ownership, then they most likely have intrinsic motivation and love swimming.
Vlad Morozov and Team Russia welcome the world’s best to Kazan for the 2015 World Champs. We’ve got all the info you need to follow along here.
“I just wanted to do six dives the best I could. Other things are out of my hand as far as how other divers do or how the judges score,” said Hixon, who became the first U.S. man to medal on 1-meter at a World Championships since 1998.
Eagle Swimming Association (ESA) is a Coach-owned USA Swimming Bronze Medal Club located in Atascocita, TX (Northeast Houston, Gulf Swimming LSC).
Tony Azevedo and Luca Cupido each scored three goals in the win.
Olympic champion Missy Franklin starred on a Universal Sports television program last night called “Beyond the Medals – The Business of Sport.”
After a Bronze in 2011 and Silver in 2013, Tania Cagnotto (ITA) finally wins Gold, beating Shi Tingmao (CHN) by 1.65 points.