Bethany College is a national liberal arts college located on a beautiful historic 1,300 acre mountaintop campus in the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia, 39 miles from Pittsburgh.
VIDEO: Olympic writer Phil Hersch gives his thoughts on the failure of the Boston Olympic bid, and what’s next.
First ever Mixed Duet Free, Bill May (USA), after winning the first ever Mixed Gold in the Technical, settles for Silver in the Free, with Kristina Lum-Underwood, just .2666 behind the Russians.
Anita Alvarez and Mariya Koroleva (USA) score 84.9667, good enough for 11th place, 8.6333 points off the podium.
Amy Cozad finished sixth in the women’s 10-meter final Thursday at the World Championships, good for the best finish by a U.S. woman on that event at a World Championships since Laura Wilkinson was fourth in 2007.
VIDEO: 16 year old Kim Kuk Hyang (PRK) earlier help North Korea win their first medal, Bronze in the Synchro, and now she becomes their first ever diving World Champ.
The Kansas City Blazers is a team that celebrates 40 years of success with a commitment to excellence.
U.S. Paralympics announced the city of Charlotte, North Carolina has been selected as the site of the 2016 U.S. Paralympic Team Trials for cycling, swimming and track and field.
ATAC is a USA Club Team with swimmers from ages 4-20. We have novice level to National level swimmers. ATAC is a technique based team with emphasis on stroke developement at all levels.
First ever Mixed Duet Free, After settling for Silver in the Technical, Aleksandr Maltsev and Darina Valitova comeback to win Gold by just .2666 over the Americans.
Water Polo Video, courtesy of Universal Sports Network, can only be seen in the United States. The USA Women’s Senior…
The Nautica United States Lifesaving Association (USLA) National Lifeguard Championships will be held in Daytona Beach, Fla., with more than…
Boston based Commonwealth Swimming, “The Current”, is in search of a full time Head Age Group Coach. This position is full time with benefits.
Michael Phelps as well as fellow Olympic medalists Cullen Jones, Caitlin Leverenz, Allison Schmitt, and Nick Thoman, are among the more than 900 swimmers expected to compete next week in Texas.