The Women in Coaching Clinic (WICC) has announced open registration and the speaker lineup for the annual spring clinic to be held April 18th – 19th, 2015 at the SCRA Sports Complex on the Stanford University campus.
Barrington, Illinois 17-year-old Kirsten Jacobsen capped off a successful Iowa City Sectional meet with double wins on the final day, winning the shortest and longest events of the session.
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FEDERAL WAY, Washington – The King Aquatic Club’s killer relays finished the Western Section Sectionals (held March 11-15) by qualifying for…
Venezuelan Olympian Andreina Pinto won three more races over the final two days of the Plantation Sectional to bring her win total to 5 for the weekend.
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SwimSwam contributor Rafael Domeyko was at the University of Maryland this weekend to take pictures at the Junior Olympics. All…
On Saturday evening, the 13-14 boys from the Cincinnati Marlins (Justin Grender, Jake Foster, Carson Foster, Philip Brocker) broke the…
Former California standout and current pro Sean Mahoney highlighted night 3 of the Iowa City Sectional meet, going 1:55.10 to win the 200 breast and helping the Terrapins 400 medley relay take gold.
Emma Schanz added her third win of the week on Saturday, and now has four best times in four swims in Federal Way.
From left to right: Justin Grender, Carson Foster, Jake Foster, and Philip Brocker of Cincinnati Marlins, who broke the NAG in the boys 13-14 400 medley relay on Saturday at Ohio Junior Olympics.
Cincinnati Marlins’ Adam McDonald has now broken both the 50 breast and 100 breast NAG records this weekend at the Ohio Junior Olympics hosted by BGSC.
Adam McDonald of Cincinnati Marlins crushed the 50 breast national age group record on Friday at the BGSC JOs in Ohio.
USA Swimming’s Speedo Sectional meet in Iowa City saw two individual wins apiece from Tevyn Waddell and Danielle Herrmann, with Herrmann also adding a relay win.
On Friday night, in a time trial swim at the Arkansas LSC State Championships, 10-year old Andrew Rogers broke the…