The Wesleyan Swimming & Diving team wrapped up their season with a 10-minute “End of Year” video that runs across the spectrum of content.
Potential national record-challenger Connor Hoppe will be allowed to compete at the Sac-Joaquin Section Championships this weekend after an executive committee voted to overturn his ineligibility.
The Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool, in the midst of a large-scale renovation, has requested more information from knowledgeable parties about the rich historical tradition of the pool.
Las Lomas boys knock off defending section champs Campolindo at DFAL Championships, Campo girls dominate
The girls of Campolindo High School powered away with a Diablo Foothill Athletic League (DFAL) championships Saturday, while the Las Lomas Knights topped defending North Coast Section Champions Campolindo on the boys side.
Photographer Satiro Sodre has captured a plethora of stunning shots of Brazil’s top aquatic athletes. Check out this photo vault to see some of his recent outstanding work.
In California high school swimming, Santa Margarita ran away with both the boys and girls titles at the Trinity League Championships Friday night.
In California, the Sea View League high school championships took place on Friday, with Aidan Pastel leading San Clemente to a boys title and Cassidy Humphrey doing the same for the Dana Hills girls.
In addition to Matheus Santana’s outstanding Junior World Record, one Brazilian record fell to Leonardo de Deus (pictured) on day 3 of the Brazil Winter Championships, and a South American record survived a scare by just .15.
Bahamian Olympian Elvis Burrows joins the WHAS11 morning show hosts wearing nothing but his trusty Speedo. Hilarity ensues.
Falls Church High School (VA) swim coach Clayton Joyner passed away on Monday, almost two weeks after suffering a major heart attack. Joyner was just 29 years old.
Giovanna Diamante picked up a pair of wins in the Junior-2 field, breaking a pair of meet records.
USA Swimming has announced rosters for its 2014 Zone Select Camps, bringing together rising age group athletes from within each zone to work with the some of the area’s standout coaches.
Hawaii has finalized its squad for the 2014 Oceania Swimming Championships, sending 4 men and 4 women to Auckland, New Zealand at the end of May.
Breaststroker Spencer Kerns and sprinter TJ Leon each received one of the awards, given to recognize and reward the NCAA’s highest-achieving student-athletes.
St. Cloud State University men and women’s swimming and diving coach, Jeff Hegle, announced his team captains for the 2014-15 season.