USA Swimming announced rosters for the Central and Western Zones today, the coronavirus pandemic transitioning Diversity Select Camps to digital experiences.
Ohio State won its first women’s Big Ten swimming & diving title in two decades last year, and a deep group of returners make them the favorites to repeat.
It was a swim in Santa Clara four years ago this week that started Ryan Murphy’s launch to the top of the world in men’s backstroke.
Three ACC powers have officially named team captains for the 2020-2021 NCAA Swimming & Diving season: NC State, Virginia, and Virginia Tech.
The majority of SwimSwam voters felt their local area could safely reopen pools, with about 20% saying they didn’t feel local pools should reopen yet.
The state of Oregon will allow swimming pools to reopen in Phase 2 of its reopening plan. For some counties, that could start as soon as Friday, June 5.
Today, Colorado will finalize its guidelines for pools to reopen – and the draft guidelines suggest pools could begin opening immediately at 50% capacity.
The Paris 2024 Olympic organizing committee has reduced the number of beds required for the Olympic Village from 17,000 to 14,000, the IOC announced today.
Florida graduated the highest-scoring senior class in the SEC, but they still lead in total returning points in search of a 9th-straight conference title.
Rhode Island has reopened aquatic facilities after pandemic closures – spurred on in part due to a need for water safety after an April drowning.
Virginia’s coaching staff connected with some alumni and former swimmers for some longer-form discussions about race amid growing national protests.
EIU swimmer Jaylan Butler was allegedly held at gunpoint by police last year as his swim team’s bus was at an Illinois rest stop.
USA Swimming’s Board of Directors passed a motion to extend calendar year and seasonal memberships, and push the proposed flex membership changes to 2022.
Bailey Bonnett and the Kentucky Wildcats lead the SEC in returning points, but Florida, Tennessee, and Georgia all lurk in a wide-open swimming & diving race.
The New Jersey, Middle Atlantic, and Allegheny Mountain LSCs are calling on their state governors to allow swim clubs to resume training.