Michael McCorvy and Joshua Lawson have been removed from the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s database of banned individuals, two of several changes this week.
Yonkers, New York’s Jakub Dabrowski has temporarily restricted from communication, coaching and team travel, per the U.S. Center for SafeSport database.
Swim coach David Schultz is under investigation by his school district over a pornographic video of Schultz under a different name, local media report.
FINA’s Champions Series ends in Beijing, China this week. We’ve got all the links you need to follow the meet, including our own meet preview series.
Katinka Hosszu won $43,000 in Shenzhen while swimming neither of the two big-money relay events – though much of that came on three fourth-place finishes.
A nailbiter of a meet came down to a huge 100 fly showdown, with two LSU seniors coming through to power what would end up a two-point win over Mizzou.
More than half of voters said breaststroke changed the most between long and short course, with butterfly a distant second.
The 2020 Pro Swim Series resumes this week in Knoxville. We’ve got all the links you need to prep for, watch, and follow this weekend’s meet.
Oakland, California swim coach Cameron Redd has been added to the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s database of banned individuals on a temporary restriction.
This weekend’s Pro Swim Series event in Knoxville, Tennessee will be streamed on USA Swimming’s site, with A finals behind a paywall on NBCSport.com.
We’re one day away from the start of the 2020 FINA Champions Series in Shenzhen, China. We’ve got all the links you need to follow the meet.
We’re back into the swing of things with more than 100 Division I college dual meets in the coming week, including Ohio State vs Michigan.
2019 World Champs Regan Smith, Simone Manuel and Olivia Smoliga appear on psych sheets for the 2020 Pro Swim Series event in Knoxville.
Indiana high school diving coach Jordan P. Hatch has been charged with misdemeanor battery after witnesses say he inappropriately touched a diver.
A squad of top Italian talents under coach Stefano Morini will spend five weeks training in the United States, Margherita Panziera revealed in an interview.