The 2019 Swammy Awards for 17-18 Age Group Swimmers go to Regan Smith and Luca Urlando.
With the 2010-2019 decade officially ending, we’re looking back at the world’s top 10 swimming moments of the past ten years.
With the 2010-2019 decade officially ending, we’re looking back at the top 15 swimming moments of the past ten years from a U.S.-based lens.
With old records broken and more fast swimming, here is our list for the top 10 swims of 2019.
More 2019 Swammy Awards
The 2019 FINA World Championships saw Regan Smith win her first Worlds title. On top of that, she set 2 individual World Records.
Torri Huske and Josh Matheny are the 2019 Swammy winners for 15-16 Age Group Swimmers of the Year.
To see all of the 2019 Swammy Awards, click here. 2019 U.S. Club Coach of the Year: Ron Aitken, Sandpipers…
Caeleb Dressel one-upped his 2017 performance with an 8-medal haul at 2019 Worlds. He became the winningest man ever in a single Worlds meet with his 8 golds.
In just one year, Canadian Maggie MacNeil surged from junior Pan Pacs champion, to 7-time NCAA All-American, to World champion.
Rocco Meiring, coach of Tatjana Schoenmaker, is SwimSwam’s 2019 Swammy Award winner as African Coach of the Year.
When Kristof Milak broke Michael Phelps’ World Record in 2020, it registered as one of the most popular SwimSwam stories of 2019.
Minakov swam in his first Worlds and Junior Worlds, breaking a Russian Record in the 100 fly at Worlds and earning multiple medals at both meets.
Maggie MacNeil’s standout year — both on the world stage and in the NCAA — earns her our Swammy for Canadian Female Swimmer of the Year.
No one knew Matthew Wilson’s name until this year when he tied the then-200 breast world record before earning a Worlds silver medal.
Copy and paste the code below into your web editor to embed this category's top swimming stories into your website.
Here's how the widget will display on your site:2019 Swammy Awards Swimming News by SwimSwam