Jack Conger is among the favorites to make the 2016 Olympic team in the butterfly events after two second place finishes to Michael Phelps in the 100 and 200 butterfly at the US National Championships.
4 individual gold medals from Katie Ledecky made up half of the American victories in Kazan, Russia.
Maxime Rooney, the only swimmer to break 50 seconds, and pro Michael Andrew will battle it out tonight in the 100m freestyle.
Psych sheets for 2 of the 3 “Futures Championships” are now available.
USA Swimming has added an Indianapolis stop to its Arena Pro Swim Series tour for 2016, but that stop might turn out to conflict with the established Santa Clara meet.
“The combination of Club Wolverine, the University, city residents and Club Wolverine Swim Camp as one of the most successful swim camps in the country, is evidence of why the Ann Arbor swim community is so great.”
USA Swimming expects to start making tickets available to the public sometime close to August 1st. Last minute details are still being worked out with a new ticket company.
USA Swimming’s Safe Sport launches online anti-bullying training. The free program includes resources for teams to adopt anti-bullying safety plans.
Banned Australian swim coach Brian King is not a USA Swimming member, and the United States’ swimming federation lacks the jurisdiction to ban him, USA Swimming said today, but his application could be rejected if he applied in the States.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the partnership between USA Swimming and Speedo USA, the organizations are creating several recognition activities…
Gary Goodner, Sr., a former Tampa Bay Aquatics coach and Puerto Rican Olympian, has been permanently banned from USA Swimming as of last December.
Tom Shields One of Five USA Swimming National Teamers to Assist in World’s Largest Swim Lesson on Thursday
Nic Fink, Connor Jaeger, Melanie Margalis, Emma Reaney, and Tom Shields will all be participating in the event.
USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Tour Presented by Phillips 66 Raises Awareness to Reduce Risk of Child Drownings
Month-long June tour with Olympic gold medalists promotes saving lives through swim lessons to reverse second-leading cause of death for children under 14.
USA Swimming Foundation Enlists Olympic Gold Medalists to Increase Awareness of Learning to Swim and Building Champions
Olympic gold medalists Nathan Adrian (Bremerton, Wash.), Cullen Jones (Irvington, N.J.), Jessica Hardy (Long Beach, Calif.) and Jason Lezak (Irvine, Calif.) have joined the USA Swimming Foundation as Ambassadors, promoting the organization’s mission to “Save Lives & Build Champions in the pool and in life.”
A $23,000 project funded by USA Swiming, through managing partner the American Swim Coaches’ Association (ASCA), has been completed and…