Jason York, former head coach of BSC, will be replacing San Clemente’s former head coach, Goran Westerlund, who announced his retirement in late August.
Danielle Albright from Tule Nation Tritons has verbally committed to the neighboring Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners for 2021-22.
Washington State high school 100 free champion Amelia Hammer has announced her verbal commitment to UC Santa Barbara for 2021-22.
The pledge had raised $1.7 million as of September 22.
Aulea Swim Club’s James Lyon has announced his verbal commitment to the United States Naval Academy for 2021-22.
Tristan explains how Tritonwear is able to bust out the mindblowing metrics that they do for every big race in the last Olympic quad.
Morgan Bartley will join her sister Katelyn Bartley (a sophomore at Colorado State) in the NCAA’s D1 when she suits up for Rice in 2021.
Sanna Peterson, a Winter U.S. Open qualifier in the 500 free, will add strength to the distance group at Ohio State in 2022-23.
The play-ins are over in our 2020 International Swimming League Logo Bracket. Who made the second round? We’ve got some stellar matchups.
Swimming’s most sought-after resistance training device, the X1-PRO by GMX7, has earned the prestigious 2020 International Design Excellence Award (IDEA).
The New York Breakers have an updated roster – as expected, six Australian team members no longer appear, with seven new European swimmers now listed.
Sprinter Cecilia Hagewood has committed to swim for Northern Michigan University beginning in fall of 2021. She will join the Wild Cats’ class of 2025.
At the TAC Titans-hosted invite meet in early August, Bacon hit lifetime bests in all of his primary events.
At least five Italian swimmers have dropped off the Aqua Centurions roster for the 2020 ISL season, with more weighing withdrawals.
Tomas Peribonio, who swam last season for the New York Breakers, is the Ecuadorian National Record holder in 13 events.