With divers yet to go, the Georgia women are the only team with a full roster of 18 athletes so far.
Washington’s high school class 4A (big schools) state title came down to the final relay, with three different programs in the hunt right down to the finish.
Swimming for a gold medal club is tough. Here are five misconceptions about gold medal clubs that always win the state meet.
2015 Men’s Pac 12 Conference Championships Fan Guide: Cal Shooting For Three-Peat, But Cardinal and Trojans Will Make it Interesting
Seth Stubblefield and the Cal Bears are shooting for their third Pac 12 team title in a row
Erlanger, Kentucky, March 3, 2015 The Northern Kentucky Clippers are pleased to announce that after conducting a national search, we…
USA Swimming Executive Director Chuck Wielgus says that preliminary, informal discussions have begun to reinstate Michael Phelps to the 2015 World Championships team.
“Why is the focus on the top swimmers? Why don’t younger kids get more attention?”
The Sierra Marlins Swim Team is one of the top competitive USA Swimming programs in the country in the greater Sacramento area.
Restorative yoga is a very powerful tool to enhance recovery…
Ruta Meilutyte and Ben Proud have joined forces with three national team divers and the city to ensure that every child in the community learns to swim…
Australia’s Christian Sprenger Looks Forward to Return to Pool at 2015 Australian Swimming Championships
Christian Sprenger from Australia seems to have successfully recovered from shoulder surgery and is looking forward to getting back on the competitive swimming scene with the 2015 Australian Swimming Championships.
The Sandpipers of Nevada were one of 9 teams the descended upon the Lakeside Aquatic Club in Texas for the…
Here at SwimSwam, we’ve taken some considerable time this year, working with Emily Brunemmann, among others, to focus on mental…
USC junior Jasmine Tosky has announced her retirement from competitive swimming weeks before her 3rd NCAA Championship meet.
Texas A&M’s Liili Ibanez was 6th at NCAA’s last season in the 200 free. This season, by our math, she was the second-to-last swimmer to qualify.
Grant Hackett gleaned inspiration from American swimming legend MIchael Phelps in his decision to “test the waters” in a possible comeback to competitive swimming.