On the weekend of the 27th and 28th of June, at the Pieter van den Hoogenband swimming pool in Eindhoven, the Dutch Championship synchronised swimming Age 1 and Age 2 and the Dutch Championship free combination took place.
Riding on the fraternity’s best-ever Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) showing, aquatic sports in Singapore received yet another boost, Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) has teamed up with popular sports beverage brand 100PLUS for a three-year sponsorship deal.
The 2015 Swedish Championships in Sundsvall continued today with the women’s 200 back, 50 breast, 100 fly, and 800 free as well as the men’s 400 I.M., 100 back, and 50 fly.
Six student-athletes from Emory & Henry College have been named to the 2014-15 VaSID Academic All-State Team, VaSID officials announced Tuesday.
Somebody Books announces the release of FEARLESS: Portraits of LGBT Student Athletes, a photography book and personal memoir by American artist Jeff Sheng.
Paralympic Champion Bethany Firth has been forced to pull out of the British Team that will compete at the IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow later this month.
Mitch Dalton, most recently a successful men’s assistant coach at Princeton University, has been named USA Swimming’s National Junior Team Program Director, the National Governing Body announced today.
A total of three UNLV athletes were named to the 2014-15 Academic All-WAC freshman/transfer teams, the league office announced last week.
The 2015 Swedish Championships started today in Sundsvall. The meet kicked off with the men’s 200 fly, 100 free, 200 breast, and 1500 free as well as the women’s 200 free, 50 back, and 200 breast.
Texas A&M will be represented by four Aggie swimmers, along with women’s head coach Steve Bultman, at the 2015 World University Games July 4-11 in Gwangju, South Korea.
After another successful year in the pool that saw the Aggies take fourth place at the NCAA Championship, nine members of the Texas A&M Swim & Dive team have been selected to the 2015 CSCAA Scholar All-American Team.
Three student-athletes of the Virginia swimming and diving program are set to begin action at the 2015 World University Games, to be held July 3-14 in Gwangju, South Korea.
The deal gives Suddenlink the rights to distribute Universal Sports’ exclusive Olympic, endurance and action sports programming in HD, access to VOD content and comprehensive TV Everywhere rights.
Rachel Mumma and Lotta Nevalainen of the NC State women’s swimming and diving team are set to compete at the 2015 World University Games, held in Gwangju City, South Korea, on July 3-14.
With a total of three power packed sessions, the Wolfpack Speed & Power Camp will instruct & demonstrate the proper sprint technique, stroke mechanics, starts, turns, and relay handoffs for sprinters.