Michael Andrew boiled the entire day-long journey from the mainland to Hawaii into a 47 second video. Enjoy!
Duke Head Coach Dan Colella: “I hired Dawn when I first arrived here at Duke University in 2005 and she has been an incredible asset to the program.”
Seven swimmers competing in eight different countries earned numerous medals and had record-setting performances to make 2014 a successful summer for the Mustang women’s swimming and diving program.
In this Shouts from the Stands, Cameron Mee inspects what’s going right in Australian swimming, and where, two years after starting an organizational overhaul, the team continues to struggle.
How you prepare yourself leading up to preseason makes a huge impact on the way you handle the next couple of weeks. Let’s discuss a few tips so you can hit the ground running with training and truly maximize your preseason potential.
Rhode Island has hired Amy Miksis (above) as their new diving coach – she was a former NCAA Division I Zone qualifying diver at nearby Brown.
The aim is to provide sports managers with business insights that are relevant for sport and to encourage debate among sports leaders on how sport can learn from business.
Katinka Hosszu headlines the 2014 FINA Swimming World Cup.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club was dominant at all age levels, powering away to the overall Virtual Club Championship title for the long course 2013-2014 season.
Four-time Olympic medalist Cullen Jones is the headliner for the 2014 Fighting Irish Swim Clinic that will be held on September 20th…
Heidi Katter (right) has made her verbal commitment to swim for the Yale Bulldogs beginning in the fall of 2015, pending completion of the admissions process.
Femke Heemskerk (above) and countrymate Moniek Nijhuis will represent Minas Tenis at the 2014 Jose Finkel Trophy: Brazil’s short course national championship meet.
Editor’s Note: Florida State’s old diving coach, Patrick Jeffrey, left the program this summer to take over as the head…
Ever wonder what a swimmer looks like if you pull away the skin? See here.
Simone Manuel and Katie Ledecky will be Stanford superheroes in time. One swimmer wields lightning, the other is an endurance assassin. Women’s college swimming has great years ahead.