Belgian swimmers had to battle their national federation to earn their spot at the 2022 Short Course World Championships next week in Melbourne, Australia.
Summer McIntosh left the Winter Juniors – East meet with four individual victories and five new meet records in her first time racing short-course yards.
Bella Sims led off the Sandpipers of Nevada’s record-breaking 400-yard freestyle relay team with an otherworldly 47.16 split on Saturday night.
Alex Shackell capped off her Winter Juniors – East meet in epic fashion on Saturday night by winning the girls’ 100 freestyle final with a time of 47.44.
No. 8 seed Chase Mueller dropping the boys’ 200-yard backstroke A-final appears to be the only A-final scratch on the fourth day of Winter Juniors action.
“We are all brothers and sisters in arms,” Army women’s team captain Angela Huang said. “But, what kind of siblings never fight?”
Charlotte Crush is the new owner of a girls’ 13-14 NAG record after blazing a 51.01 in the 100-yard backstroke final on Friday night at Winter Nationals.
Alex Shackell blazed a 50.97 in the girls’ 100 fly prelims this morning, but she’ll have to hold off Charlotte Crush and Summer McIntosh in tonight’s final.
Just when it appeared as if the records were done falling on Thursday night, the the Bolles School boys’ 400 medley relay team added the cherry on top.
Meet records already started falling in prelims this morning, so we’re sure to be in for a fast finals session tonight in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Luka Mijatovic continued his climb up the all-time age group rankings with an impressive performance at the 2022 Winter Age Group Junior Championships.
The new rules are expected to force coaches to become more selective about accepting transfers due to the additional financial constraints.
Loyola’s Lily Mead (left) earned victories in the 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM, 200 free relay, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay, and 400 medley relay.
More than six months after Cal’s AD said the investigation into Teri McKeever could take up to six months, there still haven’t been any meaningful updates.
The move marks a return home for Isabel Ivey, who grew up in Gainesville and was SwimSwam’s No. 1 recruit in the class of 2019 at Buchholtz High School.