Cypress Fairbanks Swim Club (CFSC) is seeking an enthusiastic coach with a minimum of 5-7 years of coaching experience to be a part of the CFSC family.
The Academy Bullets of Illinois broke a nearly two-decade-old National Age Group record, as their 11-12 girls relay went 4:35.97 in the 400 medley relay.
Luke Nosbisch won the men’s 200 breast in what was a 1-2 sweep for the Pitt Panthers.
Destin Lasco has broken his second National Age Group Record of the weekend at the Middle Atlantic Long Course Junior Olympics. This one was back in his more recognizable backstroke race.
Irvine NovAquatics boys 13-14 free relay broke their second national age group record of the day with a 7:58.03 in the 800 free relay.
The Irvine NovAquatics boys 13-14 400 free relay of Owen Kao, Justin Nguyen, Andrew Koustik, and Hunter Hitchens went 3:37.77 to break the national age group record on July 27.
Check out race footage of Ethan Dang’s 11-12 National Age Group record in the 100 breast here.
On Friday evening at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Washington Township Swim Club boys got the National Age…
The Speedo Sectional in Shenandoah, Texas closed with a bang, as the final individual race, the men’s 50 free, came down to fingernails between Alexander Hancock and Kyle Troskot.
Ethan Dang broke the 11-12 NAG record in the 100 breast on Saturday night, going 1:08.96 to become the first 12-year-old under 1:09 in U.S.A. Swimming history.
USC commit Hannah Weiss led off the record-breaking relay for KING in a 28.93 backstroke leg.
On Friday night, the Schechtnady Sharks’ Kathryn Rowe won her second race of Buffalo Sectionals, touching out Auburn Tiger Kristen Murslack for the win. But Saturday, Murslack got revenge, taking the 200 fly over Rowe in what was nearly a lifetime-best.
After a couple of close calls early in the meet, 12-year-old Destin Lasco broke through with a National Age Group record 4:51.03 in the 400 IM on Saturday night of the Middle Atlantic Junior Olympics.
In two weeks, Andrew Seliskar will swim at the U.S. National Championships for NCAP. In another couple of months he will be…
These are our local community pools, country clubs, YMCA’s and learn-to-swim programs, all of which laid the groundwork for some of the greatest athletes of all time. As competitive swimmers who have “moved on” to bigger things, we should always respect the roles of these organizations.