Olympic gold medalist Pernille Blume is expected to join the New York Breakers, though she wasn’t announced during the team’s introductory press conference.
Cammile Adams and the Adams Family have won the 2019 SwimSquad Battles, while the Jaeg-Train bested the Beisel Bunch for second by just one point.
Cody Miller & Olivia Smoliga are the 2019 Pro Swim Series champions, navigating the new format to win $10,000 apiece for the top FINA point swims of the tour.
Daniel Roy enters prelims as the top 200 breast seed on the men’s side – that’s one of a dozen events to go off this morning in Clovis.
Matt Grevers will take the pool for preliminaries of the 50 back this morning, one of 10 total events in the first prelims session of the Clovis meet.
The University of Arizona will fill one of its open assistant coaching positions, hiring current University of the Pacific head coach Peter Richardson.
Former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer was sentenced to a day in prison and a fine – the first sentence in 2019’s college admissions scandal.
58% picked the athlete with one standout time at an NCAA scoring level, compared to 41% picking the versatile athlete who doesn’t yet have a scoring time.
Ariarne Titmus has gone 3:59 three times in the past ten months, and now sits #3 all-time in the 400 free after dropping three tenths of last weekend.
One team has just one active swimmer in Clovis. The imbalance in active roster choices throws a wrinkle into the still-live SwimSquad points finale.
USA Swimming will be live-streaming most sessions of the 2019 Pro Swim Series finale in Clovis, with NBC Sports taking A finals on Thursday and Friday night.
The 2019 Pro Swim Series concludes this week in Clovis, California, with the $10,000 series prizes to be finalized by Saturday night.
Today at noon (U.S. Eastern Time), the International Swimming League will hold a press conference announcing rosters for half of its 8 inaugural franchises.
The International Swimming League will finally reveal the rosters for two of the four American franchises in a press conference Tuesday at noon Eastern Time.
Nine felony charges against former Park City, Utah swim coach Kent Allen Bonacki have been dismissed without prejudice.