Paige Madden and Matthew Galea each won 3 individual events at last weekend’s U.S. Pro Championships to lead all swimmers with $4500 in earnings.
After two days of swimming action at the 2023 World University Games, host nation China has taken the lead in the medal table with 5 golds.
After one day of swimming action at the 2023 World University Games, Italy leads the swimming medal table, with one medal of each color.
Brooklyn Beauch and Adele Sands have announced their commitmens to Purdue’s Class of 2028, with both swimmers holding times that would’ve finaled at Big 10s.
Missed Day 7 finals? Watch Sarah Sjostrom, Ruta Meilutyte, and the Aussie Mixed 4×100 Free Relay break their respective World Records.
Charlotte Crush threw down a new PB in the 100 backstroke, swimming a 1:00.07 to move to 12th all-time in the US rankings for the 15-16 age-group.
Day 7 prelims will feature some of the quickest events on the schedule with the men’s 50 backstroke, women’s 50 freestyle, and women’s 50 breaststroke.
The men from Great Britain won the 4×200 freestyle relay, eclipsing the US men by about a second to finish in a time of 6:59.08 thanks to some fast splits.
Great Britain is going all-in on prelims, swimming 200 freestyle medalists Matthew Richards and Tom Dean on the 4×200 freestyle relay.
In the absence of Caeleb Dressel and Kristof Milak, the men’s 100 butterfly is wide-open for Canadian Josh Liendo to claim his first World title.
Michael Andrew’s coach Peter Andrew has confirmed that he no-showed the 50 free on the first day of the U.S. Pro Championships due to illness.
USA Swimming has announced the roster for this year’s LEN European U23 Championships, which are set to take place August 11-13 in Dublin, Ireland.
Defending World Champion Mollie O’Callaghan is the only returning medalist racing this year, leaving the podium wide open for some new faces to step up.
After winning Olympic, Commonwealth and SC world gold, Kaylee McKeown will seek her first long course world title in the women’s 100 back in Fukuoka.
Junior national qualifier Sophia Paduano has announced her commitment to the University of Illinois At Champaign as a member of the school’s class of 2028.