Chad Le Clos headlines the South African contingent for the event, which starts January 31, 2014.
Caeleb Dressel runs down Tide of Virginia to give Bolles School the junior national title.
PASA’s Curtis Ogren wins the 200 IM in a new meet record time of 1:45.08, smashing Ryan Murphy’s time from a year ago.
Abby Weitzeil took home the 50 free title after flirting with the 22-second barrier in prelims.
Dressel’s 18.94 in the 50 free is mind-numbing. But is it the greatest yards swim by a high school boy in the past decade?
Ryan Hoffer shaved another hundredth off his NAG record in the 50 free, going 19.54. That’s three tenths faster than superstar Caeleb Dressel was in the 15-16 age bracket.
Paige Ezell is the latest to join a Louisville Cardinals program on the rise.
Thomas McCormick (middle) signs on to swim for home-town West Chester University in 2014.
Missy Franklin and Diana Nyad are being honored by ESPN-W as two of the top 10 most impactful female athletes of 2013.
Heather Farley (left) and Kate Hickey (middle) pose at the Visitation signing day celebration with volleyball player Mary Mullen.
Jury members from across the globe put their heads together yesterday to select from a wide field of submitted medal designs for the Youth Olympic Games medals.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo was crowned the fastest woman in the world in London and looks like a formidable obstacle for the U.S. team at the 2013 Duel.
Conestoga High swimmers (front row L-R) Kaitlin Benjamin, Abby Mack and Nikki Bookwalter with (back row, L-R) coach Rob Kirkby and Athletic Director Pat Boyle.
The IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis will host at least one NCAA Championship meet every year from 2015 to 2018, according to site selections announced today.
The Greensboro Aquatic Center has been selected to host the women’s NCAA Championships in 2015.