Jared Anderson

_Anderson_Jared 24 Anderson Jared Anderson Minnesota Aquati-TB1_2846-Jared Anderson just can’t stay away from the pool. A competitive career sixteen years and running wasn’t enough for this native Minnesotan, who continues to get his daily chlorine fix. A lifelong lover of writing, Jared now combines the two passions as Senior Reporter for SwimSwam.com, covering swimming at every level.

He’s an avid sports fan, a word enthusiast, and loves the great outdoors, particularly on the lakes of northern Minnesota.

Jared graduated from the University of Minnesota with dual degrees in journalism and English. He was also a captain and school record holder for the Golden Gophers, and despite a successful career as a breaststroker, he still can’t flutter kick to save his life.

Stories by Jared Anderson

Michael Phelps To Testify For Congress Subcommittee About Anti-Doping

Now officially retired from competition, Michael Phelps is still making waves: the 23-time Olympic gold medalist is part of a group of experts testifying before a congressional subcommittee next week about the issue of doping.

City Of Madison Approves Plan To Rebuild UW Gym With New 50-Meter Pool

The city of Madison (WI)’s Plan Commission granted the University of Wisconsin permission to move forward with its plan to tear down the SERF gym on campus and rebuild it with a new swimming facility included.

DII NCAA Psych Sheets: Wingate, Drury Dozens Lead Team Qualifiers

The women of Wingate and the men of Drury each qualified 12 swimmers to compete individually at the 2017 NCAA Championships to lead all Division II programs. That’s based on the cut psych sheets released by the NCAA as of Wednesday night.

DIII NCAA Psych Sheets: 17 Emory, Kenyon Women Make The Cut

The women of Emory and the women of Kenyon lead all programs with 17 apiece invited to the NCAA Division III Championships based on psych sheets released Wednesday night.

Will Licon Goes 51.1 In 100 Breast At Big 12 Time Trials

The pre-Big 12 Championships time trial session produced a couple of noteworthy swims today, chief among them a 51.15 from senior Will Licon in the 100 breast.