Indiana University head water polo coach Taylor Dodson announced the hiring of both Mackenzie Beck and Elise Begg as assistant coaches.
Bryant University Head Swimming and Diving Coach Katie Cameron introduces Brian Keane and Aimee Bourassa as assistant coaches for the 2019-2020 season.
Srihari Nataraj won races and set a meet record on the penultimate day of the 73rd Glenmark Senior National Aquatic Championships.
Brown announced the hiring of Agnes Gerlach-Miller as the diving coach of the men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs.
Haryana’s Divya Satija set the pool ablaze with her nippy strokes to rewrite the Indian Record in 50m butterfly at the 73rd Glenmark Aquatic Championship.
Nine-time Paralympic gold-medalist Sophie Pascoe is among the New Zealand squad training for the 2019 Para-Swimming Championships at the University of Bath.
Team Russia stood out by winning most of the events on the World Youth program, namely the Solo, Duet, Team, Team Free Combination and Figure sessions.
Highlighted by three home dual meets and two invitationals, Georgia Tech swimming and diving released its 2019-20 schedule.
Crvena Zvezda (SRB) and CN Barcelona (ESP) finished atop their respective Champions League Qualification Round 1 groups with 15 and 12 points respectively.
Virdhawal Khade retained his 50m freestyle crown, while Srihari Nataraj bettered his mark in the 200m backstroke with a fine swim on a rainy Sunday.
The 5th and final leg of the LEN Open Water Cup in Copenhagen ended in a double German win with Soeren Meissner and Leonie Beck each taking gold.
The USADS National Team came back strong on Day 5 of World Deaf Championships with some record-setting swims and three medals.
Texas A&M men’s swimming coach Jay Holmes has announced the promotion of Jason Calanog to associate head coach ahead of the 2019-20 season.
The USADS National Team just missed the medal podium on Day 4 of the 2019 World Deaf Swimming Championships but made progress on personal best times.
Four former Champions League winners – Olympiacos (2018), Barceloneta (2014), Jug Dubrovnik (2016) and Szolnok (2017) – were picked to battle in Group A.