Check out the drone footage of a recent Trojan Swim Club practice.
British Swimming has announced its Podium and Podium Potential performance squads for 2016. After extensive selection procedures, including an analysis…
Swimming Western Australia held its annual conference this weekend, where guest speaker, Swimming Queensland CEO Kevin Hasemann shared his thoughts on declining membership within the sport.
Nation’s Capital’s Katie Ledecky was a member of the 2014-15 Scholastic All-American squad.
Take a look at the primary Olympic Parks as they inch near completion for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Chad Le Clos did his thing at the Seagulls Short Course Championships at King’s Park Aquatic Center this weekend.
Danielle Galyer captured three individual race wins for the University of Kentucky, but the Wildcat women still couldn’t hold off the victorious Arkansas Razorbacks.
The men’s and women’s teams of Notre Dame were both victorious on their home turf, hosting the 2015 Dennis Stark Relays.
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Indiana Wesleyan University, in Marion, Indiana, has plans to add a women’s swimming & diving program within the next two years.
The Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) just announced today that Sonya Michelle Porter has been hired as its new High Performance Manager.
Head coach Dennis Pursley and the Alabama Crimson Tide are
Duncan Scott (2nd from left) earned British Swimming’s ‘Emerging Athlete of the Year’ award, further cementing the University of Stirling as a threatening force on the international swimming scene.
Chad Le Clos says he has respect for Michael Phelps, but he is not afraid of him.
Two-time national champion and Minnesota alum, Christine Jennings, has been awarded the International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS) Athletes…