The College of William and Mary women’s swimming and diving team has received a pair of in-state verbal commitments for the class of 2022: Sonora Baker from Mechanicsville and Gabby Zhang from Ashburn.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches’ Association (WISCA) has released its 6th poll of the 2017 girls’ high school season, and…
Denver’s men won while their women fell short at their dual with host Wyoming.
Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. As a young child, I awaited October 31st with the kind of reverence that most little kids reserve only for their birthdays or Christmas morning.
Disclaimer: BlueSeventy Swim of the Week is not meant to be a conclusive selection of the best overall swim of…
Two thirds of voters selected the Texas Longhorns as their preseason favorites to win the men’s NCAA title in 2018.
Claire Grover, who swims for Scottsdale Aquatic Club and Boulder Creek High School, has announced that she changed her verbal commitment to the University of California, Los Angeles for 2018-19.
Much of the pre-season conversation about Cal’s Andrew Seliskar has been whether he will keep the 200 fly on his NCAA schedule or swap it out for the 200 breast. He swam and won both of those races Saturday against the Utes.
Ever the pragmatist I observe the sugar story with much interest. There are many interpretations of the ‘no sugar’ movement, and different ways in which members of the community decide to manage their sugar intake.
For many teams, large and small, fundraising is a tough task that families face. With ever-increasing expenses to run and maintain pools, plus paying for coaches who need to make a living, it’s difficult to make ends meet.
I ended my swimming career in 1986. I remember climbing out of the pool after the consolation final heat on the last day of NCAA’s and just standing there, realizing that was it.
Anthony Ervin knelt for the national anthem at Sunday’s 2017 Raia Rapida meet in Brazil.
If it’s big-time success in the pool you want, start by thinking small. Here’s how.
Jake Magahey, a 16 year old from SwimAtlanta, blasted an 8:55 1000 free to break Georgia Swimming records.
Capitani has managed to bring the championship mindset with her from Athens and instill it in her Longhorn company.