Swimming Canada handed out its annual awards recognizing the best in Canadian swimming throughout the past week. A complete list here…
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Ricky Berens, 3-time Olympic medalist, has officially retired. Berens has experienced it all as a swimmer. In his early years,…
“…a poetic journey through the waterways and coastline of the British Isles, following a lone swimmer through lakes, rivers and coves.”
The week-long celebration of the best in Canadian swimming continues as the Victoria Times-Colonist will reveal the next Big Splash Awards Week winner Thursday. The OMEGA Female Swimmer of the Year, Open Water Swimmer of the Year and the People’s Choice Race of the Year remain to be announced.
Virginia sophomore swimmer Courtney Bartholomew has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Female Swimmer of the Week, the conference announced Tuesday (Nov….
Virginia senior swimmer Rachel Naurath (Manakin-Sabot, Va.) talked with VirginiaSports.com about how the season is going so far and looking ahead to this weekend’s Ohio State Invitational (Nov. 22-24) in Columbus, Ohio.
“So I’ve found that…many swimmers (think) it’s a cruel sport.”
St. Bonaventure’s Jimmy Martin named the Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s Swimming and Diving Performers of the Week the league announced on Tuesday. Martin,…
South Dakota’s Jacob Knowles and Sam Schuttinger were named The Summit League’s Men’s and Women’s Swimmers of the Week for their performances Nov. 12-18….
An English and communication studies major may seem an unlikely intern for a tech start-up, but Claire Van Raaphorst, ’14, tells a different story. A…
After taking both second and third places in the 400-yard medley relay, Goucher produced the champion and the runner-up in the first three individual events on the way to a pair of victories this afternoon in the von Borries Aquatics Center: 111-79 over Arcadia and 143-57 over Gallaudet.
Is your approach to competitive swimming as a coach, athlete or parent out of the mainstream? Do you think differently…outside the box? Then consider your perspective to what Coach Ray Bussard injected into the sport during his relatively short, 21-year coaching career.
Like pools in the United States, pools in Australia are most frequently sanitized with about 1.5 – 5 parts per million chlorine. Aussie swimmers notice that the chlorine lingers on hair and skin, even after normal showering. No product in the Australian market eliminates this lingering chlorine.
“As this school year winds down and graduation approaches, I’ll look to join those in the industry working towards a sound and sustainable infrastructure for power generation and transmission throughout the world,” Mackenzie said.