Three members of the Niagara women’s swim team say members of the men’s team harassed them, and the coach of both programs didn’t properly address complaints.
Australian national junior teamer Abbey Webb will start competing for Auburn this coming season, rather than in 2020 as originally believed.
Two-time world champ Filippo Magnini is appealing a four-year doping ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, where he’ll face a hearing on November 4.
CONI is opening a new judicial proceeding against the Italian Swimming Federation in a funding dispute that’s been ongoing since 2014.
Elizabeth Beisel is part of Survivor’s 39th season premiering tomorrow, and she says pre-game that she won’t be announcing her Olympian status.
The Texas Longhorns have released their much-anticipated schedule, confirming that the annual Texas Invite will not feature swimming.
The Florida Gators have a busy week: the women swim 3 separate dual meets Thursday/Friday/Saturday while the men swim a triangular Friday and a dual Saturday.
Another piece of the NCAA mid-season invite puzzle is falling into place, with Florida, Alabama and Florida State expected to attend the Georgia Tech Invite.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has given Russia three weeks to investigate and explain inconsistencies in data from the Moscow anti-doping lab.
The NCAA swim season is upon us, and it’s time for a time-honored tradition: SwimSwam’s staff predicting NCAA event champions half a year out.
German journalists with news outlet ARD are reporting that Russia is suspected of manipulating data from the Moscow Anti-Doping lab.
Fresh off his January stint on Celebrity Big Brother, Olympian and current Olympic hopeful Ryan Lochte will appear on this season of Celebrity Family Feud.
A handful of top teams are expected to attend the Tennessee Invite this November, including Indiana, Virginia and Georgia.
Louisville – returning the 4th-place women’s program and 5th-place men’s program from 2019 NCAAs – will headline the Purdue Invite this November.
IU’s top two returning scorers from NCAAs – diver Andrew Capobianco and distance man Michael Brinegar – will be sitting out the coming college season.