16-year-old Claire Curzan smashed a 24.45 in the 50-meter freestyle this morning, breaking a National Age Group (NAG) record.
Australia’s Kaylee McKeown has been on a tear the past few years. She continued her run with a 2:04.31 in the 200 back, making her a major Tokyo medal threat.
49.9% of voters opposed a rule change proposal allowing unlimited dual meet entries in the NCAA. 26.5% supported the proposal and 23.6% didn’t care.
Claire Curzan has a class-best time in three different strokes. But this recruiting class is rising up around her in breaststroke and distance freestyle, too.
Times from the Uzbekistan Open, where swimmers have accused meet organizers of manipulating times, do not appear in FINA’s official world rankings database.
The International Swimming League is hoping to have spectators for its 2021 season, if local coronavirus restrictions in Naples, Italy will allow it.
Jeana Kempe will join the new coaching staff at South Carolina, making the jump after Auburn cleared out its coaching staff this offseason.
17-year-old Patrick Sammon has cruised through the 52s and 51s in the 100-meter free. He’s now on the cusp of a 49-second swim and a major national breakout.
It’s a backstroke-centric Weekly Wonders installment this week, with four young backstrokers hitting career-best times in long course.
Alabama finished much higher than Auburn or South Carolina at this year’s SEC Championships, and voters expected that to remain stable despite new staffs.
Two-time German Olympian Martin Wolfram won the men’s 3-meter competition to close the FINA Diving World Cup in Tokyo, Japan.
Great Britain already has two Olympic quota spots, but the duo of Daniel Goodfellow and James Heatly still went 1-2 in prelims of the men’s 3-meter.
One rule change proposal before the NCAA Swimming & Diving Rules Committee would allow athletes to compete in an unlimited number of events in dual meets.
Around the world, nations are finalizing their swimming rosters for the Tokyo Summer Olympics. We’re keeping track in this handy index.
13 athletes locked in Olympic quota spots in women’s 10-meter. Most notable was Tanya Watson, who earned Ireland’s first-ever Olympic bid in women’s diving.