Nearly 60% of voters expected Texas to win the 2021 Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving title, compared to 37% for defending champs California.
The documentary “The Weight of Gold” shows there is a pressing need for mental health resources to be implemented in pursuit of optimal performance.
In last week’s poll, nearly three-quarters of voters picked the Virginia Cavaliers as the favorites to win the women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving title.
With many indoor pools closed throughout the pandemic, swimming outdoors in frigid temperatures has brought joy (along with blue lips and chattering teeth).
“This life lesson is something that I am just starting to come to terms with…swimming was what taught it to me.”
The Texas men will leave at least 8, and possibly as many as 10, NCAA qualifying swimmers home this season. Fans wonder if this will hurt them in recruiting, but coaches say no.
Almost two-thirds of SwimSwam readers said Olympic athletes should get to move up in line for the coronavirus vaccine ahead of Tokyo.
Almost two-thirds of voters accurately predicted that NCAA invite times would get slower amid the pandemic in the year 2021.
In a pandemic-adjusted year, fans are a bit skeptical of the potential for NCAA records at this year’s NCAA Championships.
Two-thirds of voters said Virginia star Kate Douglass should swim the 200 breast over the 100 free at the NCAA Championships next month.
Next time you find yourself in a situation where you feel that you aren’t going to have the best weekend, remember these things to change course.
Katinka Hosszu is one of the greatest swimmers of her generation, or any generation, but the last year has left doubts about her Tokyo future.
In May 2019, Lazor put the world on notice with a 2:20.77 in the 200m breast at the Pro Swim Series – Bloomington. Not even Lilly King has been that fast.
More than half of voters predicted that the 2021 Olympics would be the second ever to have a swimmer win a medal in both pool and open water swimming.