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.
Cameron Van der Burgh, Gerhard Zandberg, Giulio Zorzi and Shaun Harris have thrown down the gauntlet: they are challenging YOU to beat their medley relay in the Movember Relay Challenge. Who’s up for it?
The Woodlands Swim Team in The Woodlands, Texas has been running a campaign of their own, called “Let’s Kick Cancer,” and have raised a whopping $3500 for a local breast cancer agency.
Less than one year removed from a dangerous brain surgery, Whitney Weisz was scoring points for San Diego State at the NCAA Championships.
Junior Chloe Mitchell (left) and her coach Brian Nabeta (right) show off DART’s new Breast Cancer Awareness caps, the product of Mitchell’s upstart fundraising campaign in California.
On Saturday, September 20, Princeton University Varsity Women’s Swimming and Diving team hosted its 7th annual Collegians Find The Cure…
It’s been a whirlwind 10 months for 17-year-old Angeli Rivera. But for the Puerto Rican swimmer, the roller-coaster ride is right back where it started – in the pool.
Want to take your own shot at the 100×100 World Record relay to raise money for Swim4Leukemia? Send it to [email protected] and we’ll be happy to support it!
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 marks the second annual national day of giving. Falling right after Black Friday and Cyber Monday,…
The movement known as Tem Theo gathers momentum, with orange shirts and caps ever present at San Francisco Bay Area meets.
Michael Heaney, the namesake of the Swim for Mike fundraiser, has passed away.