Beryl Gastaldello (above) swam at the Speedo Sectional in College Station after a recent move to train with Coley Stickels’ pro group at Texas Ford Aquatics.
Defending NCAA Champion Kate Douglass (above) will look to repeat in the 50 free and add titles in the 100 fly and 200 breast at the NCAA Championships.
WATCH: Olympian Matt Sates (above) swim his first 200 and 400 IM races in short course yards at the University of Georgia.
Defending Big Ten champion Tomer Frankel (above) looks to defend his 100 fly title in one of the fastest A-Finals in Big Ten history.
12-year old Aiden Yeo swam a time of 1:01.23, which ranks 15th all time in his age group and is the fastest 100m fly in the 11-12 age group since 2019.
15-year old Lilla Bognar and 16-year old Darden Tate both set state records at the 2022 South Carolina Short Course Senior State Championships.
University of Virginia math professor Ken Ono, UVA swimming “secret weapon”, is starring in a Super Bowl week advertisement for Miller64 beer.
Camille Spink (above) and others produced fast swims at the VHSL Region 6B/6D meets on the road to the Virginia High School State Championships.
11-year old Mikayla Tan swam the second fastest 200 breast ever in the 11-12 age group. Her time is just behind NAG record holder Alex Walsh.
Based on district meet results, the Woodlands looks strong to repeat, but some of the other top schools in the state also have some swimmers to watch.
Defending UIL 6A champions the Woodlands look to defend against runners-up Kingwood. Both teams had fast swims at their district meets.
The Cal men came into the 2019 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships looking to break Texas’s streak of NCAA titles, with Texas winning the last four.
Relive the 2019 NCAA women’s swimming championship with race videos from the meet. Stanford was looking to win for the third year in a row.
Olympic gold medalist Maya DiRado Andrews, who announced her pregnancy back in August, has given birth to a 9 lbs and 3 oz baby boy, Charlie Alan Andrews.
Texas-commit and #3 in the class of 2023 Nate Germonprez (above) swam a best time in the 100 breast at the 2022 DSMY Skywalk Open in Des Moines, IA.