Olivier Poirier-Leroy is a former National level swimmer from the beautiful west coast of BC. In feeding his passion for…
ABOUT ENGINE ‘It’s Time’ From our humble beginnings earlier this century, ENGINE was created to become a name synonymous with…
“Dear USA Swimming families and members, In light of recent events, I want to take the time to address a very important topic – the safety and well-being of USA Swimming athlete members.”
USMS ANNOUNCEMENT The USMS Swimming Saves Lives Foundation awards grants to programs that can demonstrate more adults will be provided the opportunity…
Stephen Stumph tied one National Record and broke one NCS Record in prelims of the North Coast Sectionals.
Chuck Warner talks about Shirley Babashoff and the East German women of the 1970′s.
Stephen Stumph is part of what Dean Ottati believes is one of the best senior classes in North Coast Section history. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The boys from Capistrano Valley celebrate their boys’ Division 1 California Southern Section Championship. (Photo: Victoria Lepesant)
St. Francis High School junior Curtis Ogren broke Matt Thompson’s National Independent High School Record in the 200 IM at the CIF Central Coast Section Championships on Saturday. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Ally Howe leads the field into the final of the 200 IM by over 2 seconds. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
“The company has expressed profound apologies to all consumers for the inconvenience caused by arena’s decision to waive approval codes on the old model Carbon-Pro. It added further that it is doing everything in its power to rectify the situation as quickly as possible, and to minimize the impact of the switchover.”
The Crean Lutheran Swim Team takes coach Craig Brown for a plunge after winning the CIF Southern Section Division 3 Championships. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)
“Early Monday morning Arena USA distributed a press release, “Arena Waives FINA Approval On Three Models Of Powerskin Carbon-Pro”. SwimSwam spoke with Tim McCool, who helms Arena USA, shortly after the release went live.”
Amini Fonua says even being gay, he never felt like an outcast at the most conservative college in America. (Seen above with US and Texas A&M track star Jeneba Tarmoh and fellow A&M breaststroker Breeja Larson at the 2012 Olympic Games).
This is an unedited message from USA Swimming President Bruce Stratton. Mr. Stratton has dedicated nearly 30 years of volunteer…