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This article is the first in a series of three on shallow water blackout that we will publish to raise awareness of the issue and help prevent further tragedies from occurring.
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.
Here is a Thanksgiving-day workout that both sprinters and distance swimmers can do, and hopefully, will like, even though it is a tough one. We call it the Race Club Turkey Circuit.
Lauren Oostman of Normal Community High School and Waves Bloomington/Normal Y Swim Team has signed with EIU Panthers for 2015-16.
The Penn Quakers picked up a commitment from San Diego IM/back specialist Georgia Reilly (left) for 2015-16.
Tyler Graves, of Spoto High School and Academy Aquatic Club, has committed to swim for the CNU Eagles in 2015-16.
Brittany MacLean has been named the 2014 Canadian Female Swimmer of the Year.
NCAP and Georgetown Prep freestyler Adrian Lim has committed to Yale.
Arjun Sharma signing his National Letter of Intent for the Northwestern Wildcats
Sprinter Zack Allen will join the Mustangs of California Polytechnic State University next year.
Sprinter Caitlin Cockcroft wearing her new UNC-Wilmington gear as she prepares to strengthen their sprint free and fly group next year.
“Quite impressive swimming this weekend for us. It truly humbles me to see how hard the athletes have trained and for them to see it pay off in this magnificent way across the board is fantastic,” coach Paige McCord said. “We want to give the glory to Christ for all he has blessed this team with, both in and out of the water.”