The 2018 Pro Swim Series opens this weekend in Austin, and while the psych sheets include most of the expected pros, they also feature a surprising number of NCAA athletes and some international surprises.
A number of new faces – whether new to a program via transfer or new to the NCAA as freshmen – stood out at the Tennessee Diving Invite, teasing a potential shakeup of diving points come the NCAA Championships.
Multi-time world and Olympic champ Katinka Hosszu has hit a ‘difficult time’ with longtime coach and husband Shane Tusup, leading to reports that Hosszu’s training situation could be changing.
A former University of Bridgeport swim coach has had a one-year jail sentence suspended, taking two years of probation after…
With event details started to appear on USA Swimming’s website, the specifics of this year’s changes to the Pro Swim…
Texas A&M senior Brock Bonetti dominated the Orange Bowl Classic this week, taking home four event titles while swimming six events in the single-session meet in Key Largo, Florida.
This week, a U.S. Court of Appeals upheld a previous judge’s decision to dismiss a defamation lawsuit filed by a formerly-banned swim coach seeking damages from USA Swimming.
Ben Titley has headed up a crew of Canada’s finest athletes throughout 2017, and he also coached the Canadian roster that won a historic gold as well as three bronzes in the pool.
We spent all of last month chronicling the year 2017 in our Swammy Awards, but now it’s time to look forward to the coming year. Here are the 10 biggest storylines to keep an eye on heading into 2018:
Multi-time World Cup champ Katinka Hosszu was publicly critical of the international swimming federation’s changes to the World Cup format throughout 2017.
Where does 40.0? Rank on our Top 10 Races of 2017? How about 49.86?
In a margin that came down to just 6 votes, SwimSwam poll voters said that the California Golden Bears should have the #1 rank in the NCAA Power Rankings over the Texas Longhorns.
In an unprecedented showing, red-hot Russian backstroker Kliment Kolesnikov takes his second consecutive Swim of the Week.
Together, the University of Tennessee’s men’s and women’s teams rose a combined 11 spots in our post-invite Power Rankings after breakout performances at home.