Gabriel Hanson, a high school senior at the University School in Cleveland, Ohio, organized a charity swim meet, raising money for Autism Speaks in honor of his nine-year-old brother.
Much has been made about the poor performance of Missy Franklin in Rio. The darling of the London Olympics found…
A Chicago high school swim team endured a scary event a few weeks ago, as one of its swimmers had a heart attack in the pool. The quick action of her coach was the only thing that saved the swimmer’s life.
According to different German press releases, German national swim team member Florian Vogel jumped into the river Isar in Munich on Wednesday to save a drowning woman.
Air Force cadet Hailey Lane will return home from the hospital this week, more than a month after suffering a major heart attack, according to a Virginia CBS affiliate.
It’s been almost a year since Ohio club swim coach Brogan Dulle went missing and was eventually found dead, and his family is launching a week-long campaign to memorialize his life.
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Last week, The New York Times published a short video documentary on the Hammerheads, a swim team composed entirely of children with autism.
54 Regis Jesuit boys, moms, dads and the head coach, Nick Frasersmith, painted their nails “Optimistic Pink” to support team mom, Bonnie Suter, in her fight against Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer.
According to the Richmond Dispatch-Times, Air Force cadet and swimmer Hailey Lane has moved off of life support in her continued recovery from a sudden heart attack last week.
A number of college swim teams have joined a growing social media campaign supporting Air Force cadet Hailey Lane after the 19-year-old suffered a major heart attack last week.
In celebration of World Water Day on March 22nd, Missy Franklin and Nathan Adrian filmed a video with the U.S. Agency for International Development in support of their efforts to provide safe drinking water and sanitation to millions throughout the developing world.
Former University of Northern Iowa swimmer Jody Petersen is undergoing three surgeries, and some of her supporters shared with SwimSwam a way others can help her out.
Rose Bowl Aquatics and Mission Viejo wear custom #TEAMJeff T-Shirts at the teams’ dual meet over the weekend.
When it comes to mental illness, it can be difficult to help someone struggling when there is no visible injury.
With mental health, toughing-it out is not always the best approach. Sometimes, you have to seek help. This doesn’t mean you aren’t tough, it means you’re stronger than you imagined.
A swim mom hospitalized in Houston, Texas with a rare, life-threatening disease needs blood donations.
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