There was one significant scratch for Sunday morning at the 2023 Atlanta Classic – top-seeded Kieran Smith will not contest the 200 IM.
Caeleb Dressel is headlining the 2023 Atlanta Classic, here’s how you can watch the meet and follow along with all of the action on SwimSwam.com.
The Mike Rose Aquatic Center at the University of Memphis is officially in operation following a grand opening and ribbon-cutting celebration on April 17.
With Torri Huske and Claire Curzan announcing that they will be taking redshirts next year, let’s see how redshirts and deferrals have worked out in the past.
A month removed from her World Record in the women’s S9 50 backstroke, Christie Raleigh-Crossley won the women’s 100 back on the final day in Minneapolis.
Elizabeth Marks, Morgan Ray, and Trevor Lukacsko each broke an American Record during day 1 of the Para Swimming World Series stop in Minneapolis.
Avery Stein, who holds USA Swimming Futures’ cuts in all 4 strokes, has announced her commitment to Missouri for the fall of 2024.
Josh Liendo broke his own Canadian Record in the 100 butterfly, swimming a 50.36 to become the 5th fastest performer of all-time in the event.
All session of the meet will be livestreamed on ESPN+ (with paid subscription) with separate times for the diving events and the 1650 heats.
Alabama’s Rhyan White nearly missed making finals in the 200 backstroke during this morning’s prelims session, leading to some concerns for this summer.
Nathan Szobota was at it again, becoming the fastest 15-year-old of all-time in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:18.38 at the NCSA Spring Championships.
Virginia expanded its lead in the race for the team title, gaining 6.5 points over the team’s projected amount in the swimming events on day 2.
The Stanford women are struggling overall, but their freshman class has been having a great meet highlighted by several best times this morning.
The Emory men set themselves up to defend their NCAA title in prelims, coming into day 1 finals with 6 qualified individual swimmers and a top-seeded relay.
Pat McCormick, the first person to ever win both the 3M and platform diving events at consecutive Olympic Games, has died at the age of 92.