Backstroke shuffle for the Breakers: Jacob Pebley & Christopher Reid drop off the roster from Lewisville, but Grigory Tarasevich joins the team for Budapest.
Iron is adding three new names for its home International Swimming League meet in Budapest, including underrated relay weapon Maria Ugolkova.
Four key contributors worth a combined 59 points in Lewisville will not make the trip to Budapest for the LA Current’s second ISL match.
Japanese swim coach Takeo Inoki says that he has resigned as head coach of the Bangladesh national team due to alleged punishments of junior swimmers.
Despite consternation among commenters, 60% of voters said allowing NCAA student-athletes to earn name/image/likeness money would be good for all athletes.
True Sweetser, a three-year NCAA scorer in the mile, is sitting out the current college season to prepare for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Guilherme Guido was the under-the-radar MVP of the Lewisville ISL meet, besting Ryan Murphy and Matt Grevers in both the 50 and 100 backs.
The red-hot Kentucky Wildcat women have beaten Indiana & three other teams in the past two weeks. Now they head to Texas for a battle of top-10 programs.
We’ve got race videos and daily highlights from the International Swimming League’s third match, the Group B kickoff in Lewisville, Texas.
The rookie Peter Varjasi went 44.5, while on the women’s side, Nina Kucheran (pictured) split the breaststrokes with Minnesota’s Lindsey Kozelsky.
The Stanford men cruised to an easy win at the Pacific Invite, but the big news is less about times and more about key names returning for the Cardinal.
Brazil’s swimming federation, the CBDA, has cut down to 11 total employees, only 1 full-time. That’s a new effort to cut down the federation’s massive debts.
Six tribe members are walking blindfolded through a field of painfully firm objects. Who is directing them? Elizabeth Beisel, of course.
A swim coach and lifeguard in Commerce, California was arrested last month for lewd acts with a minor. He was added to USA Swimming’s banned list this week.
Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) said this week that Congress would be working on national legislation to address NCAA name, image, likeness