After leaving Arizona State University, Michigan native Cameron Craig has announced Sunday that he’ll continue his NCAA career with Ohio State University.
Of the 58 seniors named to the 2018-19 NISCA Boys Water Polo All-America teams, 24 are currently listed on collegiate rosters.
Spain’s National Swimming Federation, Real Federación Española de Natación, is now facing backlash over alleged disparate treatment. The accusation comes…
Resulting from the heatwave that struck Japan’s capital throughout this summer, the Tokyo Fire Department is preparing additional ambulances and…
The World Anti-Doping Agency, WADA, has suspended the National Dope Testing Laboratory (NDTL) in New Delhi, India, for a period of up to six months.
Kiwi Erika Fairweather saved her best World Junior Championships performance for last, reaping gold in the women’s 200m free.
Fonville has been 22.3 in the 50 free and 49.4 in the 100 free, bringing in impactful sprint speed to the Wolfpack program.
Taiwan’s Kuan-Hung Wang fell one spot shy of the podium in tonight’s 200m fly, but he produced a new National Record in the event.
Meg Harris of Australia topped off her World Junior Championships campaign with a 50m free bronze behind Americans Gretchen Walsh and Maxine Parker.
Aussie Thomas Neill had a heck of a meet at these World Juniors, crushing his personal bests en route to 3 individual medals.
Watch a selection of Sunday night’s finals races from Budapest, thanks to James Foster who filmed races all week.
17-year-old Nikoleta Trnikova fired off a new Slovak National Record while competing in the women’s 200m breast final in Budapest.
16-year-old Kayla Van Der Merwe made her presence known in Budapest, finishing her campaign in a new British Age Record.
“Swimming for almost 21 hours can bring out the worst in your temperament, and I wouldn’t be doing the swim justice if I said otherwise.”
Andrei Minakov (above) of Russia and Lani Pallister of Australia were named the top 2 swimmers at the 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest.