Here come the Campbells: London Roar duo Cate and Bronte Campbell are a potent 1-2 sprint punch. But how do the Roar stack up with Adam Peaty out of action?
After two weeks of Group A competition, Group B gets its first hack at the new International Swimming League format in Lewisville, Texas.
Former Stockton Swim Club coach Shunichi Fujishima has been sentenced to 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl.
Three-time Big Ten scorer Federica Greco will sit out the coming NCAA season in order to focus on qualifying for Italy’s Olympic team in 2020.
RUSADA head Yuri Ganus says that Russia made thousands of changes to drug tests, some to protect former star athletes now working in sports administration.
Caeleb Dressel was the top money-earner from the ISL meet in Naples and Sarah Sjostrom leads all earners for the series.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport says it will live-stream the Nov. 15 hearing for Chinese star Sun Yang over a 2018 incident with anti-doping agents.
Arno Kamminga won the men’s second cluster over Vladimir Morozov, while Cate Campbell used a cluster 2 win to pass Katinka Hosszu for the series lead.
Energy Standard’s Sarah Sjostrom is the early favorite to win the International Swimming League’s Year 1 MVP award after two 50-plus-point performances.
The headliner of the weekend is the Michigan Triangular, featuring a total of five ranked programs: #7/#4 Michigan, #3/#11 Virginia and #6 Tennessee.
If you’re going to ‘game’ recruiting of the International Swimming League, you focus on one event: the 100 free. That’s worked for Energy Standard.
When Energy Standard won the Indianapolis ISL event, they led the Cali Condors by 20.5 on day 1. In Naples, they trail by 7.5. We break down the differences.
Two-time Olympic champ Conor Dwyer has been suspended for 20 months after a panel found he “had testosterone pellets inserted in his body” according to USADA.
Pepperdine University has canceled day 1 of its home swimming & diving invite due to wildfires in California that are affecting air quality in the area.
Congratulations 400 IMers. You’ve been voted the hardest event by a wide margin. But you still have to swim the 400 IM, so are you really the winners here?