The Brookfield East High School girls finished first at the Wisconsin Division I High School State Championship meet last year.
The NCAA Division I Council approved legislation that would prohibit athletics-related activities on election day to encourage athletes to vote.
Asia Seidt is among a group of 3 swimmers and 1 diver who have advanced to the top 30 of the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year selection.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, outdoor training has become more common. Here are some ways to stay safe and healthy as outdoor training carries into winter.
The 55th edition of the Capri-Napoli Gulf Marathon saw a woman emerge as the overall winner of the race and a relay race contested, both for the first time.
Olympic gold-medalist and swimming icon will give a speech on election night as part of the #iVoted initiative, the largest virtual music event in history.
At the 2001 World Championships in Fukoka, Japan, Australian Ian Thorpe won gold and set a new world record in the 200m freestyle.
The Australian women continued their dominance in the 400 medley relay, winning the world title in front of a home crowd in Melbourne in a new world record.
It was a close race between Americans Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the 200 IM at the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai.
Joseph Schooling became Singapore’s first Olympic medalist in swimming when he won the 100 fly at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
In one the greatest upsets in swimming, Misty Hyman defeated Australian sensation Susie O’Neill for gold in the women’s 200m butterfly at the Sydney Olympics.
17-year old Yana Klochkova won her first World title at the 2001 World Championships in Fukoka when she dominated the 400 IM.
Aaron Peirsol first broke the LCM world record in the 200 backstroke all the way back in 2002. He is still the world record holder in the event to this day.
Gregorio Paltrinieri won his first world title in the 1500m freestyle at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia, in a final that was without Sun Yang.
After winning three golds at the 2000 Olympics, the Netherlands’s Inge de Bruijn won her first world title at the 2001 World Championships in Fukoka, Japan.