With most of the athletes competing in the Commonwealth Games now moved into the athlete village and preparing for competition, Twitter has been flooded with some great photos of the facilities and athletes. We’ve reposted a few of the best here to give you an insider’s look at the Commonwealth Games
15-year-old Morgan Hill of Machine Aquatics continued her strong run of swims at the Potomac Valley State meet Sunday night, winning the 100 free to complete the sprint free double for the weekend.
On the fifth day of Mexican Nationals, Fernanda Gonzalez won another event, taking the 200 IM and adding another event to her Central American & Caribbean Games (CACG) qualifications.
1960 Olympic gold medalist Bill Mulliken passed away Thursday at the age of 74.
This month, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) released its 2013 Anti-Doping Testing Figures Report – in short, an aggregation of all of the drug testing data it acquired over the past year.
Mexican Nationals continued Thursday, with Diana Luna becoming the thirteenth swimmer to make Mexico’s team for the Central America and Caribbean Games.
Tom Luchsinger, now with the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, is the defending national champion and holds the nation’s second-fastest time this year.
A big comeback swim has been missing, a headline-grabbing time that would really put the world on notice. In Athens this weekend, Phelps made his statement with a 51.67 in the 100 fly.
Missy Franklin, Nathan Adrian, Anthony Ervin, Matt Grevers and Kosuke Kitajima are among the names on the loaded LA Invite psych sheets.
Breakout UW-Milwaukee star and recent college grad Emily McClellan checks in with SwimSwam from her summer training home in Minnesota to talk about the big learning curve she’s tackled during her rapid rise to swimming stardom.
With four of last year’s six national teamers retired or taking time away from the pool, the door is open for fresh talent behind 2012 Olympian Claire Donahue.
The Michigan Wolverine and Florida Gator men top the list of Division I CSCAA Scholar All-Americans released today, with 6 swimmers earning the honor from each team.
2014 NCAA champs Emory led all Division III programs with 15 female Scholar All-Americans, while Kenyon and Denison tied for the lead on the men’s side with 9 apiece.
The CSCAA has released its lists of Scholar All-Americans in the NCAA, and at the Division II level, the Long Island University Post women topped the lists with 8 honorees. On the men’s side, Grand Valley State put 6 on the list, most of any men’s program.
In the NAIA, Oklahoma Baptist nabbed the most women’s honors, while Concordia led the men. Meanwhile Monroe Community College picked up 5 of the 8 Scholar All-America awards given out in the NJCAA, the Junior College athletic league.