ASCA Will Discuss Policy On Banned Coaches at September Meeting

The American Swimming Coaches’ Association (ASCA), the most powerful educational and organizational body of swim coaches in the United States,…


Dave Rollins Promoted to Ohio State Associate Head Coach

Rollins follows Jordan Wolfrum, who was promoted to women’s associate head coach on Tuesday.

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CSCAA Partners Up with SwimOutlet.com

“We are excited to partner with SwimOutlet.com, their unique marketing campaigns and customized solutions have changed the way the aquatics community purchases essential products,” said Joel Shinofield, Executive Director, CSCAA.

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Scott Whitbeck Named Men’s and Women’s Coach at Nazareth

Scott Whitbeck, head coach at SUNY New Paltz for the past eight seasons, has been named head coach of the Nazareth College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.v

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2016 IPC European Championships: Day 4 Preview

With 25 gold medals on offer, day four (Thursday, 4 May) will be the biggest programme of the 2016 IPC Swimming European Open Championships.

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Ryabova Takes Down 50 Free S10 Record At IPC Euros Day 3 Finals

Russia’s Nina Ryabova tore down the women’s 50m freestyle S10 world record at the 2016 IPC Swimming European Open Championships in Funchal, Portugal, on Tuesday (3 May), powering to the wall in 27.60 and beating Canadian world champion Aurelie Rivard.

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French Swimming Fed Partners With Japan For Pre-Tokyo Olympic Training

The French Swimming Federation has struck up a deal with Japan to train at a new facility in the city of Kanazawa, with an eye on the 2020 Olympics

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Navy SEAL Charles Keating IV Killed in Fighting in Iraq

The US Navy SEAL killed in Iraq on Tuesday was Charles Keating IV, part of a family that is famed in the swimming community.


Mexican Olympian-to-Be Ibañez Moving to Train at Canyons Aquatic Club

Lili Ibañez, one of two Mexicans qualified to compete at the Olympics thus far, is moving west to finish her preparations for Rio.

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10 Swimmers You See at Your Local Lap Swim

#1 – The Manatee. You’ll notice the lifeguard paying particularly special attention to this individual, who floats along lifelessly with the tiny current of the pool. Favorite strokes include floating on the back, and floating on the front.


U.S. Olympic Committee Hires director of Collegiate Partnerships

Newly created position to focus on preservation and growth of Olympic sport programs at the collegiate level.

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Video and Q&A: Kim Vandenberg talks to Madison Kennedy

Madison Kennedy is on the top of her game. Last Friday night at the Mesa Pro Swim, Madison Kennedy raced her way to the #1 time in the U.S. in the 50m Freestyle and the 6th time in the world this year in a time of 24.45.

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SwimSwam Co-Founder, GoldMedalMel, Inducted into North Carolina SHOF

On Friday night the Class of 2016 was formally inducted into the North Carolina Swimming Hall of Fame. In addition…


Elizabeth Beisel, Natalie Coughlin Added to Atlanta Classic Lineup

Olympic medalists Elizabeth Beisel and Natalie Coughlin have each been added to the lineup of Olympic medalists that will compete at the…


The Most Watched Swim Film in History arrives on iTunes

Get ready to watch the Olympic Games in Rio by watching the greatest swim film in history.