2015 Italian Spring Nationals and WC Trials: World-Leading 1500 for Paltrinieri Highlights Day Four Finals
Gregorio Paltrinieri put up the world’s fastest time in the 1500 this year, winning the event in Riccione with 14:43.87.
University of Notre Dame Women’s Swimming and Diving Team has hired Mike Litzinger, currently the assistant coach at University of…
Oliver Knabb of Lancaster Aquatic Club has committed to swim for The Ohio State University starting in the 2015-16 season
Minna Atherton won the girls’ 14 100 back in 1:01.35 on Friday at the GHF Australian Age Swimming Championships.
The Princeton men’s team were busy working out on the 10-meter rope at Friday morning’s practice… when along came women’s team…
Nicolas Fink (above) and Maddie Locus have been nominated for the SEC’s McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post-Graduate Scholarship.
Jessica Plant, a three-time All-American from University of Minnesota, has been chosen as one of two 2015 Wayne Duke Postgraduate Award recipients by the Indianapolis Big Ten Community Partnership.
WIVB in Buffalo, New York, is reporting on an alleged incident involving inappropriate electronic messages between a coach at STAR…
Jessica Long broke the world record in the 800m free S8 class by 32 seconds at IDM Berlin on Thursday.
King Marlin Swim Club issued a statement about the impending closing of the OCCC pool.
2015 Italian Spring Nationals and WC Trials: Day Three Finals – 2 Records, 4 More Names on the Kazan List
Federica Pellegrini led off CC Aniene’s 800 free relay with 1:56.88, the seventh-fastest in the world so far this year.
Matthew Wilson Lowers NAG, Chalmers and Jack Rack Up More Gold, on Day 4 of Australian Age Group Championships
16-year-old Matthew Wilson (SOPAC) broke the Australian age group record in the 200 breast for the second time in two weeks; this time he cracked the 2:13 barrier, winning in 2:12.83.
As we reported yesterday, the Oklahoma City Community College 50-meter pool will close at the end of the summer of 2015,…
Grady Heath with his parents, Mike Heath and Sherri Lee Heath, at his NLI signing to University of Florida.
17-year-old Simone Sabbioni broke both the Italian national record, as well as the Italian cadet (born 1995-1996) record, in the 100m back on Tuesday with 53.49.