The Japan Open will kick off this Thursday in Tatsumi, Japan, and the home country has shown up in full-force, according to the start lists, which include Olympic bronze medalist Kosuke Hagino.
Swimming South Africa announced last week that it had signed Memoranda of Understanding with 12 schools to begin building a system to accredit schools that could serve as good development homes for young swimmers.
Keep your eyes out for Olympic stars Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte, who make sneaky appearances in this Tonight Show bit. (Video courtesy of The Tonight Show on YouTube).
Recent Rice graduate Chelsea Fong, a standout on the Owls swim team the last four years, has been awarded one of the 15 Jim Castañeda Postgraduate Scholarships.
Just over a month after graduating from the University of Florida, two-time U.S. Olympian Elizabeth Beisel has signed her first official endorsement deal, joining Speedo’s lineup of high-profile athletes.
South Texas Swimming and North Texas Swimming combined earlier this June for the first annual Diversity and Inclusion Camp. Check out photos from the event here.
French sprinter William Meynard, a 2011 World Champs bronze medalist, was arrested on Sunday morning in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Little Flower Catholic High School, an inner-city, all-girls high school in Philadelphia, was honored by the local City Council last week to cap off a historic season for the school.
The USA Women’s Senior National Team won gold at the 2014 FINA World League Super Final following a 10-8 victory over Italy.
The reigning 5K World Champ Haley Anderson successfully held up her crown at the U.S. Open Water National Championships, taking home the gold in the women’s 5K race Sunday morning.
Former open water world champ Alex Meyer picked up a U.S. National open water title in dramatic fashion, just nipping Northwestern’s Jordan Wilimovsky in a photo finish.
The final day of Italy’s Sette Colli meet was abbreviated by a giant rainstorm that swept through the city, cancelling finals with just two events swum.
Indiana University has released its official schedule for the 2014-2015 season, and among the notable additions is a season-opening home dual meet with Auburn on October 10th.
The final stop of the circuit will feature a big-time showdown of the top two 200 flyers in the world for 2014, Chad le Clos and Daiya Seto (pictured).
16-year-old Becca Mann was perfectly patient in winning the 10K national title at the U.S. Open Water National Championships in Castaic Lake, CA.