13-year-old Cate Pawlaski went 1:13.18 and 2:36.50 in the 100 and 200 breaststrokes, respectively, at the Aquajets Summer Invite.
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The 2020 and 2021 YMCA National Championships were canceled because of the pandemic, but competition will resume in the spring of 2021.
14-year-old Lexie Ward earned 3 Junior Nationals cuts at the SE Summer Sizzler, sweeping the distance events in the process.
Class of 2020 grad Santiago Grassi posted a 23.81 50 fly, coming within .16 of his Argentinian National Record from 2019. This was his last meet before Tokyo.
SwimMAC Carolina, one of the largest and most successful swim clubs in the United States, has parted ways with Megan Oesting after just 9 months.
As the American swimming calendar begins to normalize, late July will host the first “as-usual” national-level events around the country.
Fallon had my personal favorite swim of the meet in the 200 breast semis, where he touched 8th at the 100 wall and then came home in 1:05.2 to touch 1st
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Steve Nye, the Greater Columbus Swim Team of Ohio head coach for the past four decades, died on Saturday from pancreatic cancer. Nye joined the team in 1979.
Chad Hundeby was elected to the International Swimming Hall of Fame after breaking open water world records and winning gold at the 1991 World Championships.
The Mecklenburg Swim Association in Charlotte has beefed up its senior coaching staff with two big hires announced this week.
Midwestern swim coaching fixture John ‘Jack’ Jackson has died at the age of 84. Jackson is a member of the Midwestern Swimming Hall of Fame.
Gabe Castaño broke his 50 free Mexican National Record again with a 22.01, tying the FINA ‘A’ cut and making him eligible to represent Mexico at the Olympics.
14-year-old Luke Waldrep dominated the Tennessee Aquatics Invitational, winning 9 events, while also breaking a Baylor Swim Club record in the 100 back.