Articles by Nicole Miller

Sexism Prevalent in NCAA Coaching System According to Researchers

A group of researchers from various universities around the United States recently published a paper highlighting sexism in collegiate swim coaching.


Chun Kong Mak Crosses the English Channel After Overcoming COVID-19

Hong Kong native Chun Kong Mak has successfully completed the 21-mile swim across the English Channel after recovering from coronavirus.

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Former US National Teamer Catherine Breed Breaks Monterey Bay Swim Record

Former US National Teamer and Cal Bear Catherine Breed became the 5th woman to swim across Monterey Bay, finishing the 25-mile swim in under 13 hours.


Jr. Nats Finalist Laci Black Posts Two Best Times at Rockwall Intrasquad Meet

Rockwall Aquatic Center of Excellence Swim Team held an intrasquad meet last weekend where several swimmers posted best times.

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US Olympian Chloe Sutton Mackey Announces the Birth of her First Child

US Olympian Chloe Sutton Mackey has announced the birth of her first child Andrew James Mackey alongside her husband Jake Mackey.

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MIAA Approves Proposal Allowing for Virtual Meets During the 2020-2021 Season

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) has approved a proposal allowing schools to host virtual swim meets during the upcoming season.

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GCY Hosts First Meet at Greensboro Aquatics Center after New Improvements

Several swimmers hit best times at the GCY intrasquad meet, held at the Greensboro Aquatics Center, which just reopened.


USA Swimming Names 1,087 Swimmers to 2019-2020 Academic All-America Team

USA Swimming has named 1,087 swimmers to its 2019-2020 Scholastic All-America Team, headlined by US Open Champion Torri Huske.


NCAA D3 Committee Recommends Limited Nationals to 75% of Normal Participants

The NCAA Division III Championship Committee has recommended that the number of participants at winter and spring championships be limited to 75% capacity.


Backstroker Danielle Carter Transfers to UCSB from Cal

Backstroker Danielle Carter has committed to swim for the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) after leaving the women’s swimming program at Cal.

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Explaining USA Swimming’s Sanctioning Rules: the Complete Guide

In recent months, the term “USA Swimming Sanctioned Meet” has been extremely prominent, but it’s meaning can be confusing to casual swimming fans.


Canadian Junior Championship Qualifier Sam Thiessen Commits to Oakland U

Rising high school senior and Canadian Junior Championship qualifier Sam Thiessen of Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada has committed to Oakland University.

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Rapidly-Improving Jayme Davis Commits to Cal Poly

Jayme Davis of Benicia, California has committed to swim for the Cal Poly SLO Mustangs for 2020. At her last meet, she posted best times in six events.

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Belarusian Athletes Form Association in Response to Government Actions

Following recent protests surrounding the country’s election on Aug. 9, athletes and officials have formed the Free Association of Athletes of Belarus.


Abby Bergman Becomes 4th Person to Successfully Swim Across Santa Monica Bay

On September 3, 24-year-old Abby Bergman successfully completed a 27-mile swim across Santa Monica Bay, becoming only the fourth person to ever do so.