The 2022 Pro Swim Series will include four competitions, one each in the months of January, March, April, and June.
While other teams in the league benefitted far more from the swimmer draft that preceded season 3, Energy Standard’s strengths are not diminished.
Michael Phelps, the greatest swimmer of all time, joined the best golfers in the world at the 2021 BMW Championship, with some really cool golf clubs.
The International Olympic Committee announced that it has withdrawn doping charges against retired Australian breaststroke specialist Brenton Rickard.
The University of California Santa Barbara has promoted former assistant coach Jaclyn Rosen to Head Coach of its women’s and men’s swimming teams.
The CSCAA announced Monday that the annual National Invitation Championship (NIC) would return in March 2022, following a two-year hiatus.
The University of Arkansas is adding former Duke Assistant Coach Alex Henderson to its staff as a Graduate Assistant for the fall 2021-2022 season.
Four-time Paralympian Ellie Simmonds has been selected as one of two flagbearers for Great Britain at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony.
NCAA Champion and former World Junior Record holder Amy Bilquist announced her retirement from competitive swimming on Sunday.
Australian Emma McKeon won 7 medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games, making her just the second woman ever to win 7 medals of any color in a single Games.
Canadian Kylie Masse earned her second silver medal of the Tokyo Olympics with a 2:05.42 in the women’s 200 backstroke on the penultimate day of competition.
Four swimmers, two ties, one swim-off, and one scratch later and the field for the women’s 100 freestyle semifinals was set.
2016 Olympic gold medalist Gunnar Bentz announced Tuesday that the men’s 200 butterfly final at the Tokyo Olympics would be the final race of his career.
Siobhan Haughey won Hong Kong’s first-ever Olympic medal in swimming Wednesday morning in Tokyo, touching the wall 2nd in 1:53.92, a new Asian Record.
Though the Tokyo Aquatic Center was largely empty, Lydia Jacoby’s hometown of Seward, Alaska, was in raptures Monday night when the teen won Olympic gold.