Dylan Boyd, who just wrapped up his freshman season with the Arizona State Sun Devils, has announced his transfer decision…
Thomas Ceccon, age 17, set a new Italian junior record of 53.94 to win the 100 back tonight at the 2018 Italian National Championships.
Detti posted a 3:47.07 in prelims, but cited an ongoing shoulder reason when announcing he’d scratch the final.
Larkin had already won all three backstroke events prior to his win tonight in the 200 IM.
After winning the 800 free and taking silver in the 200 free, Ariarne Titmus of Australia will race prelims of the 400 free this morning as she’ll try to grab a win later tonight.
The 2018 Bergen Swim Festival is set for this weekend in Norway, with several European standouts expected to race, including several Norwegian stars.
Based on Stanford’s dominant 2018 NCAA performance, it comes as no surprise that they led the country with 16 different athletes garnering All-American honors in diving, individual performances, or as part of relays.
Mitch Larkin will race the 200 back prelims this morning on the Gold Coast.
Watch Ross Dant go 14:50.97 in the mile, along with several other races, from night five of the 2018 YMCA Nationals.
Dant was a tier above the rest in the mile, clocking a 14:50.97 to slice over six seconds off of his own national record from last year. He now ranks 24th in 17-18 history in this event.
MSU-Moorhead sponsors only a women’s team, which competes in NCAA’s Division II. The Dragons finished 5th at the 2018 NSIC Championships out of the 7 teams competing.
Night two of the 2018 YMCA National Championships featured a huge swim from Door County’s Maxwell McHugh, who lowered his own meet record with a 1:53.59 in the 200 breast.
Olympian Breeja Larson, one of the top breaststrokers in American history, is expected to race at the 2018 Argentine National Championships.
In an unfortunate turn of events, Australian diver Taneka Kovchenko has retired from competitive diving, days before she was set to…
Tonight, there’s an opportunity to relive the 2018 men’s and women’s SEC Championships, along with the 2018 Women’s NCAA Championships, on television.