Swimulator projections have Texas A&M winning the men’s SEC title with a 230-point margin over Florida, but voters strongly favored the Gators in our poll.
This week, athletes across the world of sport are mourning Kobe Bryant, one of the best professional basketball players in history and a sports inspiration.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club is looking into constructing a new aquatics facility, though the current proposed $6.4 million price tag is the imminent hurdle.
Top programs in the SEC and Pac-12 will battle it out for conference supremacy this week, the last true busy weekend of duals before the postseason begins.
Open water swimmer Lewis Pugh completed a brutal cold-water swim on a supra-glacial lake in Antarctica to bring attention to global climate change.
The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee will provide its Athletes’ Advisory Committee with a yearly budget to advise the USOPC on athlete needs.
There are now more than 100 charges against Australian swim coach and MasterChef contestant Paul Frost, the son of legendary coach Doug Frost.
Two swimmers from Lindblom Math & Science Academy High were robbed at gunpoint this week as they were returning from a swim meet. One was shot in the chest.
A five-year, €40 million construction project wrapped up in December, leaving Dresden, Germany with two 50-meter pools at Freiberger Platz.
The 2020 Pro Swim Series isn’t even half over, but the race for the women’s title might as well be. Here are the ridiculous times needed to pass Regan Smith.
Michigan has taken over the #1 spot in the CSCAA women’s dual meet poll, the fourth women’s team to sit #1 this year, while Texas remains the men’s leaders.
At the 2020 NCAA Convention, delegates will discuss a rule change that would allow athletes to accept money to cover training expenses & travel for parents.
18-year-old Kaylee McKeown won silver at 2019 Worlds in the 200 back. This week, she hit the #1 time worldwide, a lifetime-best 2:05.83.
In our poll of top contenders, 45.8% picked Tennessee to win women’s SECs in what would be the first SEC title in program history.
Nitro Swimming is in the process of adding a third Olympic-sized swimming pool and complex to its program, with extra deck space to host larger meets.