U.S. Nationals don’t start until next week, but did you know that Pan Pacs and World Championships qualifying is already underway?
Nearly half of voters believed Ella Eastin would be the top women’s 400 IMer in the United States this summer, trusting in a big comeback swim after a shocking disqualification last year. Eastin was set to finish second last summer but took a disqualification for the ‘Lochte Rule,’ which disallows dolphin kicking on one’s back during the freestyle portion of an IM.
New rules regarding National Letters of Intent (NLIs) eliminate the previous early signing period, unifying it with the previous regular signing period for most NCAA sports.
Former Carmel, Indiana swim coach John Goelz has been charged with child sexual exploitation and child pornography, according to reports.
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The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has named Sarah Hirschland as its new CEO. Hirschland was previously the chief commercial officer for the United States Golf Association.
Short course world champ Michael Andrew won’t swim the 200 IM at U.S. Nationals. He also said his family will be moving to California in early 2019.
We will definitely have a new name atop the women’s 100 fly at this year’s Nationals, but the face likely won’t be.
More than three-quarters of voters expressed confidence that the Americans would keep their historic levels of dominance in the men’s 100 backstroke, with no other country getting more than 11% of the total votes.
With arguably the most important U.S. Nationals of the Olympic cycle coming up, there’s no better time for a swimmer to start heating up. Hali Flickinger is doing just that.
We’ve compiled the top 6 swimmers in each event eligible for the Team USA’s 2018 Junior Pan Pacs squad.
Coaching staffs are taking shape for the inaugural ACC/Big Ten Challenge, with Braden Holloway and Todd Desorbo to lead the ACC All-Stars and Ray Looze and Mike Bottom heading the Big Ten All-Stars.
Leah Smith took over the Pro Swim Series points lead from absent Melanie Margalis, while Chase Kalisz expanded his lead over Zane Grothe with just one Pro Swim Series scoring event remaining.
The KrayzelburgSquad has won its fourth-straight SwimSquad meet with a 10-point victory in Columbus. Krayzelburg has now won five of the six stops and leads the series by 53 points.
Almost half of voters predicted that Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom would hold the world’s fastest 100 freestyle time by the end of this summer’s season.