Top-seeded Margaret Aroesty has scratched the girls 100 breaststroke on the first day of the 2017 Junior National Championships in New York.
Olympic silver medalist Amanda Weir underwent neck surgery to replace two herniated discs in her neck today, but plans to return to racing this fall.
Sarah Sjostrom still leads all money-earners after two stops of the 2017 World Cup, but Katinka Hosszu and Ranomi Kromowidjojo both earned $10,000 world record bonuses to close the gap in Berlin.
Chad le Clos won a pair of events in Berlin to break a three-way tie for the men’s point lead on the 2017 World Cup circuit.
The University of Virginia has turned to its fast-rising ACC rival to fill its recent head coaching opening, signing NC State associate head coach Todd Desorbo.
Mission Viejo Nadadore and Cornell commit Min Zhi Chua went 2:06.47 to win the boys 200 IM, highlighting the final day of the Santa Clara Futures meet.
Swimmers from the Aquajets of Minnesota and the Chicago Wolfpack each won a pair of events to close out the final day of the Lewisville Futures Championship.
14-year-old Brooke Zettel won a pair of events back-to-back to cap off the final night of Nashville’s Futures meet.
The U.S. Masters Swimming Summer Nationals have yielded a slew of national and world records over four days in Minneapolis.
Just one stop into the 2017 World Cup series, Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom has already earned $25,500 based on three wins and two world records.
Two world records have Sarah Sjostrom leading the women’s points, while Chad le Clos, Cameron van der Burgh and Kirill Prigoda are tied for the men’s lead one meet into the 9-meet circuit.
22nd-seeded Savanna Faulconer scratched out of the women’s 200 breast, the only swimmer within the circle-seeded range to scratch a prelims event for Thursday of the U.S. Open.
While there were more nations entering only men or only women in pool swimming at the 2017 World Championships, there were actually 15 fewer women’s teams and 10 fewer men’s teams compared to the 2015 World Champs.
USA Swimming has hired outside consulting firm Isaac Sports Group to review various policies on tech suit use in age group swimming, with a final report due in November.
Heat sheets have dropped for tomorrow’s prelims session of the 2017 U.S. Open, with Olympians Gunnar Bentz (USA) and Jonathan Gomez (Colombia) being the biggest opening-day scratches.