Articles by Torrey Hart

American Athletic Conference Expected to Add 6 Schools

After losing UCF, Houston and Cincinnati to the Big 12, the American Athletic Conference is reportedly close to adding six new schools.


Chloe McCardel Completes Record 44th English Channel Crossing

McCardel, 36, completed her record-tying 43rd English Channel crossing two days prior.

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USOPC College Sports Think Tank Recommends Delaying Swim & Dive Recruiting

The group recommended pushing back swimming and diving recruiting to begin during a student’s senior year of high school.


Olympic News Roundup: Some Rio 2016 Boxing Matches Were Fixed, McLaren Finds

Catch up on the biggest Olympic and Paralympic storylines outside of the swimming world, including scandal in the Olympic boxing world.


Mother of High School Swimmer Who Drowned Under Pool Cover Sues for $70 Million

The family of Nabila Maazouz, who was found dead under pool covers in November 2019, is suing for negligence leading to wrongful death.


High School Swimmer Hospitalized After Losing Consciousness During Practice

The swimmer is expected to recover after losing consciousness during underwater breathing work at practice last week.


U.S. Team Swims Under Mixed 4×50 Free Relay WJR in Berlin, Pending Ratification

Daniel Diehl, Quintin McCarty, Kristina Paegle and Carly Novelline combined to go under the FINA-established world junior record.


4-Time Olympian Allison Schmitt Throws Out First Pitch at Diamondbacks Game

The 10-time Olympic medalist tossed out the first pitch at the team’s season finale on Sunday, which it won 5-4 over the Colorado Rockies.


Gorbenko Bests Own SCM 50 Breast Israeli Record With First Sub-30 Swim

After shaving nearly a second off her 100 breast record on Saturday, Gorbenko lowered the 50 breast record twice on Sunday in Berlin.


Americans Hit World Junior Record in Mixed 4×50 Medley Relay in Berlin

Quintin McCarty, Zhier Fan, Tess Howley and Kristina Paegle combined to take out a 4-year-old record on Sunday in Berlin.


Matt Sates Crushes SC 200 Free WJR in 1:40.65 After 400 IM Earlier in Session

South Africa’s Matthew Sates took down his second world junior records in as many days, becoming the fifth-fastest performer in history in the SCM 200 free.


German Olympian and Record Holder Philip Heintz Retires

Heintz, who raced for the New York Breakers during season 3 of the ISL, competed at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, making the final at the latter.


Iowa To Become First Power 5 School With Women’s Wrestling Program

The men’s wrestling powerhouse had to add another women’s team as part of the settlement for the lawsuit filed by women’s swimmers last year.


Klete Keller Pleads Guilty to Felony Charge In Connection With Capitol Riot

The American Olympic medalist in swimming pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding as part of a plea deal.


Aqua Centurions’ Men’s 4×100 Medley Relay Sets Italian Record at ISL Match 10

Three of the relay’s four members were on the prior record-setting men’s 4×100 medley relay at an ISL match in October 2019.

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