Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson: “We have a vision of wanting to be the best in the world by 2020 and the establishment of high quality daily training environments is pivotal to achieving this objective.”
“We feel really good about both the men’s and women’s incoming classes,” head coach Whitney L. Hite said. “Not necessarily big names, but I really believe each of these signees can come in and score in multiple events for us at the Big Ten meet and have an impact at the NCAA championships.”
Swimmer Ryan Cochrane of Victoria, B.C., and diver Pamela Ware of Beloeil, Que., have been named Aquatics Canada’s male and female athletes of the year for 2013. The honours are part of Aquatics Canada’s annual awards, which recognize the outstanding performances and contributions to the sport of diving, swimming, synchronized swimming and water polo.
Swimming Australia’s Director of High Performance Michael Scott: “The new Open Water Coach and Performance Manager will work to improve the pathway for potential open water swimmers in Australia, who ultimately have the ability to achieve consistent podium performances in open water swimming at international benchmark events.”
The University of Denver swimming and diving team added
nine athletes to its 2014-15 signing class, head coach Brian
Schrader announced on Monday. Five swimmers will join the women’s
squad, while four will join the men’s team.
Four swimmers ranked among the top-12 high school seniors in their respective states and two championship divers comprise San Jose State University’s women’s swimming and diving team’s National Letter-of-Intent signees for the 2013 fall signing period.
Imagine Swimming, the premier swim school of New York City, has been creative and proactive in the swimming community. In addition to teaching children the lifesaving skill to swim, they were the first to step up and support Anthony Ervin on his path to the London Olympics, and now they’re hosting the annual Imagine Invite swim meet.
NC State swimming & diving team are set to begin the 2013 European Short Course Championships at the Jyske Bank BOXEN. Current Wolfpack freshmen Andreas Schiellerup and Lotta Nevalainen, along with sophomore Simonas Bilis will take part in the event. In addition, future Wolfpack swimmer Anton Ipsen will also take part in the competition.
We caught up with USC Head Assistant Coach Jeremy Kipp at the Texas Invite, and he gave us the 411 on USC and why their college and club program is different. (Featured Image: USC NCAA Champ, Vlad Morozov)
Oakland swimming and diving head coach Pete Hovland announced today the signing of Andrew Binder, Ayrton Kasemets, Janne Markkanen, John Schihl and Seth Timmons to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period. All five student-athletes are committed to enroll at Oakland University and join the swimming and diving team for the 2014-15 season.
Emory & Henry College freshman Allison Fowler has been selected as the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Swimmer of the Week, ODAC officials…
University of Denver Ross Edfort (Somerset, N.J.) won The Summit League Diver of the Week honor, while Dylan Bunch (Boulder City, Nev.) and Samantha Corea (Vancouver, British Columbia) were named The Summit League Swimmers of the Week, for the period of Dec. 2-8, The Summit League announced today.
Natalie Coughlin, the most decorated U.S. female Olympian of all time, and Adhemas Batista, a Brazilian artist whose innovative illustrations and designs feature bold, beautiful colors, created a lyrical swim cap inspired by Natalie’s love of the ocean.
Eve and Candace interview Olympians Anthony Ervin, Natalie Coughlin and Matt Grevers on the Golden Goggles Red Carpet.
Video is courtesy of Eve and Candace with a lot of help from Kelly McCommons.