Jordan Crooks (above) is one of 6 men who have been sub-19 seconds in the 50 free already in the fall semester of NCAA swimming.
Russian sporting federations have begun exploring whether they can join Asian sporting federations rather than European ones to qualify for the Olympics.
Jay, Mick, and Kevin Litherland all swam collegiately at the University of Georgia. Jay’s swimming career included an Olympic silver medal in 2021.
Neither the Hungarian anti-doping authority nor local media that claim to know the identities of the accused will reveal their names, citing privacy rules.
Jovan Lekic returned to racing two months ago after being found to have “no significant fault or negligence” in a 2021 doping case and has broken this record three times already.
2022 US PARA SWIMMING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS December 16-18, 2022 Mecklenburg County Aquatics Center, Charlotte, North Carolina 50 meter (long course…
Kyle Chalmers had the fastest-ever relay split in a 100 freestyle on Sunday evening in Melbourne, securing a gold medal and co-World Record to end Worlds.
Bella Sims is focusing on races she didn’t swim at Winter Juniors -West last weekend, which includes the 4th-fastest 400 yard IM in history.
After just-missing Alex Baumann’s 1500 record, Laon Kim now holds the Canadian 13-14 age records in all-but-one freestyle race.
Christie Raleigh-Crossley, a former NCAA Division III National Champion at Rowan University, broke an American Record on Saturday at the US Para Nationals.
Claire Curzan pulled out of the 100 fly final on Sunday in favor of the 200 backstroke, where she’s the top qualifier. She entered the 200 back just days before the meet started.
Duke head swimming & diving coach Dan Colella died on Friday evening. He was 60 years old.
14-year old British Columbian Laon Kim (above) broke two more Canadian Age Records on day 1 of the 2022 Ontario Junior International.
Off the plane and onto a bus: the Sandpipers of Nevada were back to racing again this week in Southern California in an event that wasn’t offered at Winter Juniors.
University of Northern Iowa swimmer Olivia Chambers, above, won a big head-to-head duel with two-time defending Paralympic champion McKenzie Coan on Friday.