Along with its qualifying times for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials, USA Swimming has released its order of events, which will mirror the Olympic lineup except for having prelims in the morning and finals at night, instead of the morning finals that will be used in Tokyo.
Tonight, USA Swimming will be announcing the qualifying times for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials – and we’ll be tracking all the news right here.
After two weeks filled mostly with intrasquad, alumni and format meets, the college dual meet season will finally kick off in full force this weekend, headed a Power-5 clash between Alabama and Ohio State.
California freestyler Abby Samansky has verbally committed to the University of Tennessee, bolstering the Vols free relay depth beginning in the fall of 2019.
USA Swimming has published the full set of time standards for the 2019 Phillips 66 National Championships, the last summer national championship meet before 2020 Olympic Trials.
The remainder of USA Swimming’s 2020 Olympic Quad is taking shape, with hosts, dates and time standards announced for a number of major meets. We’ve compiled the information here for a quick look at what the coming years should bring.
Just over two-thirds of voters picked the Stanford women as more likely to repeat as NCAA champions than the Texas men, with about 16% saying both teams were equally likely to defend their titles in 2019.
The 2018-2019 NCAA season will be about replacing departed stars, especially so on the women’s side. For Cal, which loses do-everything star Kathleen Baker, the heir-apparent is already making herself, well, apparent.
The anti-doping hearing against two-time Italian world champion swimmer Filippo Magnini will take place on October 15, Italy’s anti-doping agency announced.
India’s national champion sprinter Neel Roy has verbally committed to compete for Stanford University beginning in the fall of 2019.
The technical director of Brazil’s swimming federation has resigned, citing the federation’s lack of transparency as reason for his departure.
USA Swimming has hired former College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Executive Director Joel Shinofeld as its new Managing Director of Sport Development, the organization announced today.
The Georgia Tech Invite in November is set to feature several of the top SEC and ACC schools, including new-look staffs at Florida, Virginia Tech and Auburn.
The 2018 Red Bull Cliff Diving series will have its women’s and men’s titles coming down to just 20 points each entering tomorrow’s final stop in Italy.
Knoxville, Tennessee will host the first stop of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series on January 9-12.