Graduated star Mallory Comerford’s relay production will be tough to replace, but Louisville still has a deep sprint group and some butterfly stars.
Four-time individual MIAA Division I state champ Emily Clements announced her verbal commitment to swim for Brown University beginning next fall.
Eastern Michigan announced today that Kentucky associate head coach Derek Perkins will lead the Eagles, replacing Peter Linn, who retired earlier this month.
Former TCU assistant and world record holder Keegan Walkley Ingelido is expected to be named the head coach at the University of New Mexico.
Canadian backstroke and IM specialist Javier Acevedo announced that he won’t be competing for Georgia this year, instead redshirting in run-up to Tokyo.
Ian Grum earned his 3rd gold medal of the night while anchoring the Dynamo boys to a National Age Group record in the 400 free relay.
Dynamo’s Ian Grum took down the meet record in the 200 back while competing on the 2nd night of the 2019 Speedo Junior National Championships.
USA National Teamer Andrew Wilsonset a new personal best time of 2:07.77 in the finals of the 200 breast at the Tokyo World Cup stop.
The Irvine Novaquatics boys nabbed three 13-14 National Age Group relay records on the final day of the SCS Junior Olympics.
Sarah Sjostrom will be going for her 17th-overall world championships medal when she races in the final of the 50 free tonight.
17 year-old Andrei Minakov set the Russian record for the second time this week with his silver medal in the finals of the men’s 100 fly.
Watch Hungary’s Kristof Milak become the first man under 1:51 in the 200 fly, as he now owns the world record that Michael Phelps held for 18 years.
30 year-old Fabio Scozzoli shaved 0.03s off his own Italian Record in the 50 breast, qualifying 3rd in the semi-finals with a time of 26.70
Filippo Megli lowered the Italian Record for the second straight day with a 5th-place finish in the finals of the 200 free on day 3 of the 2019 World Champs.