Check out race videos of all semifinals from the first night of the Commonwealth Games, including Alia Atkinson’s Games Record in the 50 breaststroke.
Can’t get enough of the Commonwealth Games? SwimSwam has you covered with this collection of race videos from day 1 prelims in Glasgow.
13-year-old Emily Weiss went 1:11.19 to win the 100 breaststroke, putting up the fastest time for a 13-year-old girl that we could find in USA Swimming’s database.
Josh Schneider nearly snuck under 22 seconds in winning the 50 free this week at the Oxford Sectionals.
Thursday night’s action at the Speedo Sectional in Shenandoah, Texas was brief, with just four individual events and two relay races among the slated events. Rising Kansas junior Chelsie Miller grabbed the headlines, winning the women’s 400 IM in runaway fashion.
Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha won a nailbiter at the Lac St. Jean, Canada stop of FINA’s Open Water 10K World Cup to take over the lead in the points standings. Meanwhile Germany’s Andreas Waschburger picked up the men’s win on what’s been a German-dominated tour so far.
Brown University (pictured is its Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center) will be splitting it’s men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs on the heels of longtime head coach Peter Brown’s retirement.
The Ivy League’s Brown University Bears have announced 19 incoming freshmen for the coming season, 10 on the men’s side and 9 on the women’s.
The 200 breaststrokers were the highlight of Wednesday night’s action in Shenandoah, Texas, as Breeja Larson and Thiago Parravicini put up big times in winning Speedo Sectional titles.
Penn Charter’s Reece Whitley had himself an outstanding weekend, taking over both long course breaststroking national records for the 13-14 division.
Twelve members of the Swim Ireland International Youth Squad departed on Sunday July 20th for Winnipeg, Canada, to represent Ireland at the 2014 Canadian Championships.
Liz Johnson, a Wales breaststroker and winner of three medals at the last three Paralympic Games for Great Britain, has announced her comeback after a break from competition.
The third Texas Senior Circuit meet took place July 10-13 in Austin, with some of USA Swimming’s rising young stars in attendance. The following photo vault captures some of the big names from the meet.
Notre Dame women’s swimming & diving has released its schedule for the upcoming NCAA season, highlighted by some of the top teams in the ACC, SEC and Big Ten conferences.
In the wake of Mexico’s national championships over the weekend, 12 men and 12 women have been named to the country’s squad for the Central America & Caribbean Games (CACG) including Fernanda Gonzalez.