Katie Ledecky? Missy Franklin? Regan Smith? Who is the top NCAA swimming prospect of the past decade? We rank our top 50 since 2012.
The iconic fashion statement for swimmers started in 1988 with a set of inauspicious Olympic rings etched inside another tattoo and covered by a swimsuit.
Fairmont State University swimming alumnus and Born To Swim co-founder Kamil Cepelak has died at the age of 40 after a battle with colon cancer.
Most club swimmers are on hiatus, but Dante & Luna of NOVA of Virginia found a way to complete an adorable training session.
British swim coach Mark Anthony Boyce was sentenced last week to 20 months in prison after pleading guilty to downloading images of sexual abuse of a child.
World Junior champ Luca Urlando is fully recovered from a dislocated shoulder, his coach says, and is still on track to attend UGA next year.
It’s an elite class of IMers heading into the NCAA next fall (assuming there’s a season), led by Carson Foster and a host of World Junior medalists.
Two thirds of voters said they expect even more athletes to sit out the 2020-2021 NCAA season, even after a huge number of redshirts in 2019-2020.
Australia’s Shane Gould is still the only person in history to hold world records in the 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500 freestyles at the same time.
One Olympic cycle ago, Maya DiRado was completing an impressive month of April that set her up for a first-time Olympic berth and four medals in Rio.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has completed investigations into 298 Russian athletes and has handed case packages to 28 other organizations for further action.
It’s been a sadly swimming-light month of April, so we’re using our Swimmer of the Month to look back on this month two Olympic cycles earlier.
On coach Sergio Lopez’s podcast, Olympic champ Joseph Schooling says he tore his bicep twice in the fall after Rio and wishes he’d sat out the college season.
The NCAA announced that it would be “modernizing” its rules that currently prevent student-athletes from profiting from their names, images, or likenesses.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said this week that hosting the Olympics next year would be “impossible” unless the coronavirus pandemic is under control.