13-year old Long Island Aquatic Club swimmer Reid O’Connell swam a 1:55 in the 200 yard butterfly last weekend, making him one of the fastest swimmers ever at that age.
The fact that the World Record in the 400 short course meter freestyle was only 3:53 should have made it obvious that a big drop was coming.
The Triangle Area of North Carolina, centered around Raleigh (above), squares off against the South Korean megacity of Chungcheong for the rights to host one of the world’s largest sporting events.
Mary Woods, who spent the last two seasons at St. Louis as a graduate assistant, will serve as the program’s interim head coach for the remainder of this season.
SwimSwam data guru Barry Revzin breaks down how each swimmer got to their point total at the FINA World Cup Series in Berlin.
Sophie Housey announced a transfer to Texas A&M in the offseason, but she will instead return to the University of Michigan to continue her academic career.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Manuel is back in the pool at Arizona State. She swam a 48.40 in the 100 yard free on Saturday.
Last year’s runners-up Fort Mill rolled to a victory in the South Carolina 5A High School Swimming & Diving Championships.
UNC All-American diver Emily Grund made her return for the Tar Heels on Friday, placing 2nd on 1-meter and 3rd on 3-meter.
Minnesota entered the season with a big gap in their sprint butterfly group. Freshman Ava Yablonski has impressed early to assuage those concerns, though.
Beata Nelson won’t race at this year’s premier short course meters meet, but she’s still going to make a pile of cash for her efforts.
Tomoru Honda broke the World Record while swimming against the former World Record holder – which it turns out, is not that rare.
The defending NCAA Champion men from Cal are reloading in a big way in the class of 2024. The latest commit is one of the top breaststrokers in the group.
Anthony Grimm, the nation’s #1-ranked recruit in the high school class of 2021, has retired from competitive swimming after one season in the NCAA.
Matt Sates is back on the pro circuit that he won last year, and he looks even faster in 2022. The 19-year old South African won the…