Cal’s Daniel Carr took advantage of a re-swim in the 100 backstroke after meet officials failed to remove his wedge at the 50 mark this morning
Minnesota freshman Max McHugh swim the fourth fastest time in history this morning in the 100 breaststroke
Ian Finnerty clocked one of the fastest breaststroke splits in history to help the Indiana Hoosiers get under the 3:00 mark in tonight’s 400 medley relay
Mark Theall and Texas A&M are quietly putting together a nice run
Townley Haas took home his second win and NCAA record in as many days in tonight’s 500 freestyle
Felix Auboeck added significant time to his 500 freestyle this morning, falling well out of scoring position
The timing is right for Bryce Harper to make the switch to America’s pastime of the future: swimming.
Upbeat music? Slow montages of beautiful moments of fun? Casual sports? Leisurely days spent on floaties in pools? That thing…
Courtesy: American Swimming Coaches Association
The American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) is thrilled to announce they are partnering with industry innovator GoSwim.tv to provide ASCA’s education content and GoSwim’s technique content to ASCA’s 11,000+ global members.
In its continued effort to help make swim lessons accessible for every child across the country, the USA Swimming Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the National Governing Body for the sport of swimming in the United States, distributed $702,819 to 151 Make a Splash Local Partners.
A legal perspective on Olympic preparation in the United States from Joshua Bratter.
The Natalie Bolin Swim Camp is held every summer in honor of Natalie Bolin who lost her life in a tragic car accident seven years ago on her way home from a swim meet. Over six days, August 6-11, Campers will experience long distance swims, canoeing, kayaking, running, and hiking.
Thanks to Rafael Domeyko for these swimming photos.
See Katie Ledecky fist-bump her youngest fan at the TYR Pro Swim and much more…
A lot of questions have developed after Ariana Kukors came forward about her abuse, with many people pointing out what should have been done. The focus of our interview with Nicole Johnson, Ph.D., and Alexandra Zelin, Ph.D. is focused on how we prevent something right now. What can you do?