Center Hill senior and Arizona State commit Taylor Williams broke his own 100 BR state record, while Saint Andrew’s won both boys and girls titles Saturday.
The Tupelo High School boys won a 13th consecutive Mississippi Class II title. Madison Central’s girls won behind three state records from Cassie Howell.
There’s a showdown brewing in class 2A between perennial power Gulliver Prep and the newcomers Pine Crest, moved up from the competitive 1A class.
Joshua Zuchowski was an individual standout, winning the 200 IM (1:55.83) and 100 back (52.06) by huge margins in District 10.
Minna Atherton became the first to break a World Record in an ISL competition, sailing to the wall in the women’s 100 backstroke in 54.89.
Vladimir Morozov was the top money-earner at the International Swimming League’s Lewisville stop, but Emma McKeon was close behind before the $5000 MVP bonus.
The city council of Irvine, California has voted to move forward on a $250 million sports complex, including a major water polo facility.
Detective Dean wants to know who burned him last week – and Elizabeth Beisel is one of his prime suspects. We recap Beisel’s island adventure for week 5.
Australia’s Minna Atherton set the U.S. Open record in the 100 back twice in a row at the Lewisville stop of the International Swimming League season.
Henrik Christiansen is one of three key additions for Iron, while LA has lost four Lewisville scorers. A second-place battle will be underway in Budapest.
Backstroke shuffle for the Breakers: Jacob Pebley & Christopher Reid drop off the roster from Lewisville, but Grigory Tarasevich joins the team for Budapest.
Iron is adding three new names for its home International Swimming League meet in Budapest, including underrated relay weapon Maria Ugolkova.
Four key contributors worth a combined 59 points in Lewisville will not make the trip to Budapest for the LA Current’s second ISL match.
Japanese swim coach Takeo Inoki says that he has resigned as head coach of the Bangladesh national team due to alleged punishments of junior swimmers.
Despite consternation among commenters, 60% of voters said allowing NCAA student-athletes to earn name/image/likeness money would be good for all athletes.