If you’re Katie Ledecky, you dominate. It’s what you do. Congratulations Katie on posting the most dominating swim of Trials last week.
U.S. national champ and current U.S. Open record-holding breaststroker Brendan McHugh will call it a career following his events at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials – though the Trials finalist stopped short of the word “retirement.”
July 1, 2016 begins the new recruiting season for the class of 2017. Take a look at where we are so far with class of 2016 commitments.
This past weekend (June 4-5th), the last major American swim competitions were held before swimmers begin to taper for both U.S. Trials and the Olympic Games.
Drew Livingston won 2 NCAA Diving titles as an undergrad at the University of Texas.
Adam Peaty put up the most dominant swim of the 2016 European Championships in the London Olympic pool. His 58.36 in the 100m breast won with a dominance factor of 2.35%–well over a second in front of the field.
Pac-12 point-scorer and former Texas high school standout Destiny Nelson will be transferring from the University of Southern California to Yale and the Ivy League after her freshman season.
One of the most prolific swimmers in the history of the Yale women’s swimming & diving program has earned the school’s most prestigious athletic award given to a senior female.
In an NCAA survey of nearly 50,000 Division I college coaches, athletics administrators and student-athletes, respondents dissected how college athletes…
Brown men’s swimming & diving head coach Chris Ip has announced the team’s eight-member class of 2020, which includes seven swimmers and one diver, set to begin competition in the fall of 2016.
Coming off a dramatic comeback win at the 2016 Ivy League Championships, which was highlighted by a furious final-session rally past Harvard, and an All-America performance by its 200 free relay, the Princeton men’s swimming and diving team is excited to welcome a talented group of 10 into its Class of 2020.
The Brown women’s swimming and diving program will welcome seven swimmers and two divers to the team this coming fall, as head coach Kate Kovenock heads into her third season at the helm.
Head coach Susan Teeter and associate head coach Suzanne Yee knew that the Princeton women’s swimming & diving team would have a tough time replacing the production and character of the Class of 2016, but they feel good about the 12 incoming Tigers who will comprise the next Princeton freshman class.
Fran Halsall’s 50m Freestyle is the British National Championships’ Most Dominant Swim.
Cameron McEvoy has the Most Dominant Swim of Australian Trials!, but in the race you think…