There’s an interesting pattern to Indiana star Blake Pieroni’s postseason entries.
Florida sophomore Maxime Rooney has entered the 200 IM rather than the 500 free on day 2 of NCAAs, per the pre-cut psych sheets out today.
The boys of Breck/Blake won their second consecutive state title in Minnesota’s Class A, breaking the class A record in the 200 medley relay to start the meet.
The Skippers of Minnetonka High School repeated as Class AA boys state champs in Minnesota, but it was Chanhassen’s Jack Dahlgren who smashed records individually.
Almost exactly one year after the originally-scheduled elections, the Brazilian Swimming Federation (CBDA) has elected Miguel Cagnoni as its president.
In the hunt for NCAA titles, the Stanford women and Cal men added one diver apiece to their NCAA rosters after day 1 of NCAA Zone E competition.
The Texas Longhorns added two male divers and 4 female divers to their NCAA squads on day 1.
The NC State men qualified one diver, while the Tennessee men qualified a pair on day 1 of the Zone B Championships.
Virginia booked a pair of divers into NCAAs on day 1 of the Zone A Championships, with Rutgers and Penn State winning events.
While athlete members of USA Swimming’s Board of Directors released a statement earlier this week largely supporting the organization through mounting allegations of rampant sexual abuse, a group of swimmers have sent a much more critical letter to the Board, calling for an independent evaulation, a publicly released report and a task force to examine the Safe Sport program.
The ever-complicated NCAA diving qualification process begins this week with Zone Diving Championships, and it’s time to take a look at how divers qualify for the collegiate national championships.
Kaitlin Sandeno’s SwimSquad won the Atlanta meet by 7 points, but Lenny Krayzelburg’s crew still leads by 18 after two stops on the 2018 series.
The Committee to Restore Integrity released a response to the resignation of USOC chief Scott Blackmun, saying Blackmun “intentionally blocked athletes from…
Sarah Sjostrom is set to make her 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series debut in Atlanta this morning, swimming her signature 100 fly. She’ll take on American star Kelsi Worrell.
Sandeno elected not to start Leah Smith, opting instead for Zane Grothe in the free spot, Sarah Gibson in fly and fellow flyer Jack Conger in her flex role.