Lexi Sereno and Spencer Belbot topped the field in the 2020 Swammy Awards for 10-and-unders.
Bruce Marchionda’s TAC Titans had six different swimmers make our top 20 recruit rankings this spring, while winning the 18&Under Winter Championships.
We reveal the 2020 Swammy Award winner for Asian Coach of the Year, with a familiar name topping the list of worthy candidates.
In the year 2020, the nation of Turkey set a whopping 13 national records between short course and long course, with Emre Sakci emerging in breaststroke.
Kaylee McKeown produced some of the most impressive swims worldwide over the course of the 2020 calendar year, including a short course World Record.
Atkinson finishes 2020 ranked 2nd in the world in the 100 SCM breaststroke (1:02.66) and 3rd in the world in the 50 SCM breaststroke (28.88).
Silvia Solymosyová took over the aquatic space on TikTok in 2020, amassing more than 1.1 million followers in a yeaer.
The Carmel High School boys set national public high school records in the 200 medley relay (1:27.94) and in the 500 free (Jake Mitchell’s 4:14.68.
The 2020 Swammy Award for NCAA Male Swimmer of the Year goes to Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas, who put up all-time top-ten swims in five different events in 2020.
For the third year in a row, the Swammy for African Female Swimmer of the Year goes to South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker.
For the second consecutive year, Australia’s Matt Wilson has earned the Swammy Award for the Oceania Male Swimmer of the Year.
Congratulations to Hong Kong’s 23-year-old Siobhan Haughey for earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Asian Female Swimmer of the year.
For the second year in a row, the Swammy Award for Canadian Coach of the Year goes to Tom Johnson of the High Performance Centre Vancouver, British Columbia.
Congratulations to Japanese Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino on earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Asian Male Swimmer of the Year.
The 2020 Canadian Female Swimmer of the Year Swammy Award goes to Canadian Olympian and World Championship medalist Sydney Pickrem.