As we begin to ramp up to the U.S. National Championships next month in Irvine, here’s a simplified look at how the U.S. will select its team for the 2015 World Championships.
One of the highlights of the Swim Meet of Champions was a rising youngster who swam a pair of races that constituted a big step forward to perhaps becoming a Champion herself.
The Woodlands Swim Team (TWST) of Texas appears to be in line to become the future permanent home of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials pool.
Louisville Cardinal standout Tanja Kylliainen rolled to a 400 IM win at the IU “visitbloomington.com” Midwest Classic meet, breaking a national record for her home country of Finland in the process.
Colorado State University-Pueblo Women’s Swimming & Diving Coach Brian Pearson has announced the program’s initial recruiting class, which includes 14 women from four different states and two foreign countries.
Brazilian swim star and world record-holding sprinter Cesar Cielo will compete in the French Open this week, making it his final long course meet of the summer.
14 of Brazil’s top swimming athletes are heading to Flagstaff, Arizona this week for a training camp designed to gear up for the Pan Pacific Championships and Youth Olympic Games.
As the month of June comes to a close, we at SwimSwam wanted to take a look back at one of the more unique and memorable meets the month offered: the Mare Nostrum circuit.
The Germans haven’t finished outside the top 3 in gold medals or in the overall medal table since 2008, including 21 total medals at the 2013 European Junior Championships.
A volunteer with the staff the past two seasons, Eddie Larios will now officially join the Broncos as assistant swimming coach.
The Bolles School Sharks of Jacksonville, Florida hosted their yearly Spring Classic over the weekend, with many of the club’s biggest names in attendance.
On the penultimate day of competition at the Scottish Gas National Age Group Championships at the Aquatics Centre in Aberdeen, Warrender Baths Club enjoyed a fantastic night of swimming securing a dozen more medals to add to their already impressive haul.
The sprinter cracked 50 seconds in the 100 free on opening night, going 49.85 in what looks like a solid tuneup swim for the potential member of the American sprint relays at Pan Pacs.
Saturday morning saw the final session of the British Gas International Meet, which featured another solid win for Ben Proud and a runaway 200 back victory for Lauren Quigley.
After another electrifying evening, another set of records fell on day 3 of the Scottish Gas National Age Groups Championships being held at the new Aquatics Centre in Aberdeen.