32-year old Andrey Grechin (right) retired after the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. With an extra year before Tokyo, he’s now attempting a comeback.
NCAA Division III program UMass Dartmouth announced that it was cutting 8 varsity programs immediately – in spite of being July 1 already.
With the hiring of Saunders, Brandt Nigro’s Army West Point coaching staff will expand by one position next season with the hiring of Christa Saunders.
Martin comes to Rutgers with 5 years of Division I head coaching experience, including being named the MAC Coach of the Year in 2013.
Jamie Kolar has finished her undergraduate studies at Illinois and will use her final year of eligibility at Cincinnati while attending grad school.
The industry group that represents collegiate swim coaches says they have around 87% support for their request to the NCAA to extend recruiting restrictions.
While the state has issued new guidelines, interpretations for municipal pools and swim teams seem to be coming largely at the local level.
World Champion Evgeny Rylov (above) is among the participants in the 2nd camp. Sergey Chepik, the National Team head coach, will join for the 2nd training.
Jared Allen (second from right) graduated from IUPUI as a school record holder and is now a police officer in Indianapolis.
Nils Liess was the biggest name at the Meeting du Lac in Switzerland this weekend, where he swam 3 races among a mostly age group meet.
A 1-meter diving platform at Liberty’s 3-year old natatorium collapsed last week. The school is still trying to determine what happened.
The USOPC’s Athletes’ Advisory Council has penned a letter to the IOC asking them to abolish Rule 50, which bars athlete protests at the Olympics.
The NCAA’s recruiting dead period for Division I schools has been extended through the end of August even as schools resume on-campus workouts.
Tetzloff, who has spent the last 5 years training at Auburn, will now move to the pro group based at North Carolina State.