Texas’ Erica Sullivan leads the nation in the 1000 free this season, but won’t be contesting it at the NCAA Championships since it’s not on the program.
This Thanksgiving is the first that I’ll be celebrating as a swammer. A lot of things will be different, but there’s still a lot to be thankful for.
Ledecky’s resume currently includes seven Olympic gold medals, 10 in total, along with 21 World Championship titles, 16 of which are individual.
Caitlin Clark, Nebraska women’s volleyball, and others are driving growth in sports once considered to be non-profitable, and swim fans need to take note.
Nearly two-thirds believe skins would make for a more exciting dual meet addition compared to the “Super Finals” or “Golden Race” that we’ve seen recently.
The Cal women have earned verbal commitments from the top three girls in the high school class of 2025. That means a big change-in-the-wind of college swimming.
A letter to my 365-days-ago-self reminding them that while things might be hard right now, they will get better through perserverance.
Thomas Heilman heads up a talent-stacked recruiting class for the Virginia Cavaliers in the fall of 2025.
Kaylee McKeown and Qin Haiyang are both favored to sweep their 100/200 events in Paris, but who would you back if you could only pick one?
Cal’s Liam Bell is among the title contenders in the men’s 100 breast following the graduation of three-time champion Max McHugh.
If a national title in swimming & diving came down to a dual meet between two teams, would it be more exciting than what we’ve currently got?
No athlete in history has won more Olympic gold medals or total medals than Michael Phelps. No swimmer has ever lit the Olympic cauldron. Is it fate?
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