Splash Club, Inc. is one of USA Swimming’s oldest and most storied clubs. It was founded in 1950 and has enjoyed a special and amazing 65 year sponsorship by Phillips 66.
“Never cry about swimming,” the senior swimmer consoles the younger girl who shivers under her towel.
With a total of three power packed sessions, the Wolfpack Speed & Power Camp will instruct & demonstrate the proper sprint technique, stroke mechanics, starts, turns, and relay handoffs for sprinters.
The King Marlin Swim Club hosted the last meet ever at the Oklahoma City Community College Olympic Festival Pool June 26-28, and in a fitting tribute to a pool known nationwide for fast swimming, competitors ended the pool’s 26-year run with six new state records.
This past weekend, 3 women qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials at just 13 years of age. In the backstroke and breaststroke events, these swimmers could bring a strong presence to the future of Team USA.
Led by Olympic qualifiers and World Deaf Record Holders Marcus Titus (University of Arizona ’10) and Matthew Klotz (incoming freshman, LSU), United States Deaf Swimming (USA Deaf Swimming) today released its 2015 World Deaf Swimming Championships (WDSC) roster.
This past Sunday, a relay made up of 4 Connecticut Masters swimmers swam their way into the record books, taking down both the USMS National record and the FINA Masters World record in the 4 x 200 free relay.
When your swimmer has a really bad swim—I mean an awful one—what do you do? How do you feel?
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the partnership between USA Swimming and Speedo USA, the organizations are creating several recognition activities…
COPS is looking for individuals who are energetic, knowledgeable, ethical, and able to communicate with parents, fellow coaches and swimmers of all ages.
Swim instructors provide instruction in swimming techniques and skills, to participants in the COPS Developmental Program.
“This is where a love of this sport is often fostered.”
The Scarborough Swim Club will add another quality coach to its already outstanding coaching staff. Mischa Sommerville will join SCAR to start the 2015-16 season.
Katie Ledecky just cranked out a better June weekend than any women’s distance swimmer has ever had. Ever.
17-year-old Katie McLaughlin broke the 17-18 National Age Group record in the 100 meter fly Saturday night, taking the mark below 58 seconds for the first time ever.