TIDE Swimming is the largest team in the Tidewater, Virginia area with over 280 swimmers and a coaching staff of 13.
University of Akron senior Hannah Raspopovich (Crown Point, Ind.) qualified for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Swimming on Saturday during the TPIT Senior Circuit.
Friday night finals saw U.S. National Team members and world class international talent face off after setting the stage in prelims.
Former college standouts Laura Sogar and Megan Romano each won a title on Saturday night of the Speedo Sectional in Austin, Texas.
Melanie Margalis continued her run of dominance at the Speedo Sectionals in Athens, GA, winning her fourth gold of the meet so far in the 100 breast.
Japanese backstroker Junya Koga turned a time trial opportunity into a U.S. Open record on Saturday night, going 24.50 in the 50 backstroke, the fastest time ever on American soil.
The Speedo Sectional meet in Athens, Georgia will be without some of its biggest names Saturday night, as a group of SwimMAC’s professionals have not returned for the finals session, among them, Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte.
The Davis Aquadarts Swim Team out of Davis, California has announced a new, $100,000 scholarship fund aimed at supporting young swimmers.
Showdowns abound heading into night 3 of the Athens Speedo Sectional meet, with big names set to clash in a number of races.
Day 3 prelims at the Los Angeles Invitational set the foundation for exciting races between some of the world’s top swimmers. The 50 free will see another battle between Adrian, Morozov, and Lobintsev.
Friday nights finals at the Los Angeles Invitational was a tune up for many of the swimmers on the U.S. World Championships Team roster.
Swim Atlanta is a coach owned club that has 7- Atlanta area locations and is a USA Swimming Gold Medal Club with swimmers ranging from novice to the Olympic level athlete.
Caeleb Dressel went big in two swims on Friday in Orlando.
Mark Davis, Team Foxjet President, has announced the hiring of Jason Roberts as their new Head Coach.
The big times keep rolling from the Speedo Sectional meet in Athens, Georgia. Japanese backstroker Junya Koga blasted a season-best 53.50 to win the 100 back and highlight night 2.