The finals of the 2015 College Station Sectionals continued tonight, with the 200 free, 200 breast, 100 fly and 400…
Penn State’s Shane Ryan successfully defended his 100 backstroke title tonight, winning the event in a new pool record of 45.54.
Aaron Peirsol is one of 5 Olympians backing an innovative swim school, Evolution Swim Academy, in Mission Viejo, California.
Michigan swimmer Bruno Ortiz broke the Iowa Aquatic Center’s pool record when he swam away with the 100 breaststroke top seeded time of 51.77, an NCAA automatic-qualifying time.
Iowa’s Grant Betulius is today’s top seed going into the men’s 100 backstroke on Day 3 of the 2015 Men’s B1G Championships, but Penn State’s Shane Ryan and Nate Savoy will be in hot pursuit.
Watch key moments of Texas swimmer Will Licon’s record-breaking 200 IM swim from yesterday’s Finals of the 2015 Big 12…
Michigan’s Dylan Bosch capitalized on his 200 IM top seed as he led a pack of Wolverines into tonight’s B1G Finals where the Maize and Blue’s depth dominated.
University of Michigan fans absolutely have something to cheer about, as their team won 3 out of 4 swimming events on Day 2 of the Men’s B1G Championships.
Michigan’s Paul Powers is the top seed coming out of this morning’s 50 freestyle prelims – 19.21 for an NCAA automatic qualifying time for the freshman.
Dylan Bosch is just one of the Wolverines looking to snag a top seed from this morning’s prelims; he is racing in today’s 200 IM event.
NC State’s Anton Ipsen will be swimming the first individual event of the 2015 Men’s ACC Championships, the 500y freestyle, as today’s top seed.
Joseph Schooling’s searing 19.66 fly split of the Texas men’s 200y medley relay helped power the Longhorn men to the top of the scoreboard after Day 1 of the Big 12 Championships.
Organizers of the Rio 2016 Olympics are determined to make their own unique mark on the traditional rituals of the…
During a City Hall meeting tonight (February 25, 2015), Fort Lauderdale commissioners will determine if the city will move ahead with a multi-million-dollar aquatic facility construction project.
Brianna Throssell dethroned USA’s Cammile Adams as the worlds #1 in the women’s 200m butterfly.