A couple sprint-heavy teams are rising into the top 10 in our second round of power rankings for NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving.
After a 49.5 butterfly in short course yards last month, Michigan/Canada flyer Maggie MacNeil could be targeting the U.S. Open record in meters this week.
Brazilian IMer Brandonn Almeida is switching clubs and coaches, leaving Corinthians after 14 years with the club. He’ll now swim for SESI-SP.
Brazilian sprinter Bruno Fratus is no longer training with Brett Hawke, but will train with Michelle Lenhardt in the leadup to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic year.
Kliment Kolesnikov and Maria Kameneva each won 100 back titles on day 2 of Russia’s Short Course Nationals, Kameneva improving to 56.67.
World Champs silver medalist Hali Flickinger has moved her training base from Georgia to Arizona State, SwimSwam has learned.
Maria Kameneva had two big swims on opening night of Russia’s Short Course Nationals, including the #7 time in the world this year in the 100 back.
#5/#2 Texas battles #12/#8 Indiana and #16/#6 Louisville in a banner triangular that should effectively cap the fall dual meet season before invites begin.
Clay High School junior Sara Stotler is already under All-American time in the 100 fly and leads the state psych sheets by more than three seconds.
The Bolles School won both boys and girls titles in Region 1A. South Florida Heat 8th-grader Erika Pelaez is impressing in the sprints.
Russia’s short course national championship meet begins this week in Kazan, and we’ve got five key swimmers to watch over the six-day event.
Wisconsin’s new rec center and aquatics facility – expected to open in January of 2020 – has been delayed by weather and won’t open until at least late 2020.
West Virginia University will officially unveil its new aquatic center to the world tonight, hosting its first meet in the new facility.
There’s a game-changing advantage in play with a 4-4 split between alliances on Beisel’s tribe in one of the most dramatic episodes of the season so far.
Iron’s Katinka Hosszu led all money-earners with $12,500 in Budapest, but no one has yet caught Group A’s leader Sarah Sjostrom in season winnings.