The Brazilian swimming federation officially removed Miguel Cagnoni from the presidency despite his weekend resignation.
NC State has immense relay potential, with young stars in back (freshman Katharine Berkoff) and breast (sophomore Sophie Hansson) plus elite free sprinters.
The Greensboro Aquatic Center (above) will host the USMS Spring National Championships for the 3rd time, now with a new pool.
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The DC Trident added some versatility to their roster on Wednesday with 2 new European additions, while losing their best 200 backstroker.
Tickets for the inaugural International Swimming League event in Italy have gone on sale, leaving just two of seven meets without tickets yet on sale.
Georgia Tech swimming and diving will participate in two meets in 2019 to help raise money for cancer research and treatment.
Coach Christen Shefchunas talks to Niki Vilas Boas and Becca Segal about their drive, discipline and accomplishments and about their company, WOTTER Swim.
With every kick I take, I can feel the push and pull of the water. Finally, there is a fin out there for us breaststrokers!
Now within 3 weeks of the season-opener, the International Swimming League continues to be plagued by high-profile swimmers withdrawing from competition.
British Swimming has announced its 16-strong roster for the 2019 LEN European Short Course Championships scheduled for Glasgow this December.
Florida State’s 2019-20 slate includes five meets at the Morcom Aquatics Center and four ACC contests. The Seminoles kick off the year on Sept. 27.
The Women’s Swimming and Diving Team at Princeton University will be hosting the 12th Annual Collegians Find the Cure 5K Run/Walk for breast cancer research.
The 2019 CANA Junior Africa Swimming Championships in Tunis, Tunisia concluded on Saturday, September 14th, with South Africa coming out as the big winner.
The organization is hoping for $16 million in 2020, up from $10 million this year, but a consultant suggested it could use about $35 million.