On Thanksgiving, 135 of the Walnut Creek Masters, ranging in ages from 19 – 80, including at least 6 families with multiple generations in the water, gathered once again to enjoy the best practice of the year — But this time with some enhanced thankfulness for the basic things like clean air and blue skies that we take so for granted that we don’t even consider them until they are gone.
2017 Diablo Athletic League Swimming Championships May 6th, 2017 NCS section SCY With last year’s graduation of the great Maxime…
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Witkay will make an immediate impact for the Owls, as she will be competing for spots on the A sprint freestyle relays.
This week Jake Rollo of the Walnut Creek Aquabears in Northern California verbally committed to join the UCSB Gauchos starting in the 2016/17 season.
San Ramon Valley Women & Northgate Men Repeat in California’s North Coast Section (NCS) High School Championship
Campolindo High School senior Mary Ashby finished her CIF – North Coast Section career with a sprint double on Sunday.
Brittney Usinger (Sr., Acalanes, Harvard commit) posted a 52.58 in her 100 butterfly prelim, breaking the old NCS 100 record, previously held by the great Celina Li.
Northgate seniors (from l to r) Calvin Kirkpatrick, Eric VanBrocklin, and Mason Tittle will be headed to UCSB together in the Fall. Will they leave a few NCS records in their wake before they go?
Brandon James of Diablo Valley College broke the National Junior College Record in the men’s 200 yard backstroke on Saturday.
See more photos from the day here in Alex McDougall’s photo gallery. Some moments in life rush at us so…
It’s a Friday morning in January. It’s dark. It’s cold. It’s been a long week at work, and an even…
Clockwise from left: Mason Tittle, Maddie Ward, Matt Horner, Grant Watson, Hank Poppe, Zach Ottati, Eric VanBrocklin, Calvin Kirckpatrick, Jake Rollo, Aaron Lutzker (not pictured).
The CIF has announced the standards for its first swimming state championship meet.
Salesky will make an immediate impact for the Brown Bears and their new head coach Kate Kovenock.
In just six photos, Robert Ashby managed not only to capture the essence of a race, but also the emotion and grace of two great champions. What follows are those six shots, with a little added commentary.