The United States has far and away dominated the top 100 world ranks in each event since 2010.. but do you know which nation has the second-most?
There are some major shakeups in the second round of the CSCAA (College Swimming Coaches Association of America) Division I dual meet polls. There’s a Texas team on top, but it’s not the four-time defending champion men’s program – it’s the Longhorn women.
Nearly half of voters picked a retooled Florida team to top USC and Georgia at this winter’s men’s NCAA Championships.
Alabama got a pair of 18-second relay legs from star sprinter Robert Howard, who currently leads the NCAA in the 50 free.
Olympians Maya DiRado, Elizabeth Beisel, Cammile Adams and Connor Jaeger have been named captains of USA Swimming’s SwimSquads for the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series.
Former swim coach Alfred John O’Neill, already banned by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, has been charged with three more counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, local media report.
A group of student protestors marched across Georgia Southern’s campus and some engaged in a “sit-in” at the swim team’s first meet in response to a text message containing the N-word sent by a team member over the summer.
FINA has named host cities and dates for a 7-stop 2019 World Cup series, with the format of the series to be discussed and decided during the Short Course World Championships later this year.
Former USA Gymnastics CEO Steve Penny was arrested this week and accused of evidence tampering during an investigation into sex abuse allegations within the sport.
In the latest installment in his vlog series, U.S. National and Pan Pacs champ Michael Andrew gives an inside look at his experience at the Kazan World Cup back in September.
Ella Eastin and Zach Apple are among the top names representing Team USA at the 2019 World University Games (also known as the Universiade), per the roster released today.
USA Swimming’s Chief Marketing Officer Matt Farrell will be leaving the organization after 13 years to take an executive role with the Golf Channel.
Steven Lochte, father of Olympian Ryan Lochte, is among 8 names listed with interim suspensions in the U.S. Center for SafeSport database.
The U.S. Center for SafeSport took over last year as the sole authority in investigating allegations of coaching abuse and handing out multi-sport bans. But 20 months after the Center’s establishment, much of its inner workings and ban language remains somewhere between heavily secretive and wildly confusing.
Editor’s Note: SwimSwam is not on the voting panel for the CSCAA Dual Meet Rankings, but the rankings are posted…