That’s the last of it. With the exception of high school swimming in California, short-course season is officially over. See who made the Daring (Baker’s) Dozen for the weekend of April 4-6, 2014.
Olympians Adam Brown and Peter Vanderkaay discuss when to breathing in freestyle.
After some thought-provoking discussion in comments sections about multi-site “mega-clubs,” SwamSwam caught up with Academy Bullets owner and coach Bill Schalz to learn more about his club’s origins, structure and philosophy.
PASA swimmers and Stanford commits Ally Howe (pictured above), Curtis Ogren and Andrew Liang combined for 10 individual wins on the weekend, while Duke signee Leah Goldman took four of her own.
Courtney Weaver of Greater Flint YMCA swept the butterfly events with her meet-record-swim in the 200 fly.
Eric Knight discusses exactly how he and GAC cleaned up the air for YMCA Short Course Nationals.
It’s crossover season! Short-course is ending, long-course is getting started, and we’ve got notable swims from both. See the Daring Dozen for March 25-27, 2014.
Preliminaries of the final day at YMCA Nationals wrapped up this morning, with Meghan Small and the York YMCA girls finishing off the session with two straight top seeds including a 1-2 punch in the 200 IM.
The Greensboro Aquatic Center will play host to the 3rd night of the 2014 YMCA Short Course National Championships on Thursday.
Kylie Stewart’s winning time in the 200 backstroke at NCSA’s would have also won NCAA’s the same weekend.
Eastern Illinois is looking for a new head coach after Elliott McGill resigned to take a club job instead.
Maxwell Dolan (400 IM), Zachary Molloy (200 free) and the Middle Tyger girls (400 medley relay) all set national records on night 2 of the YMCA Short Course National Championships.
Ryan Lochte plans to make Charlotte’s Grand Prix one of the next stops on his comeback tour, where he’ll compete alongside French superstar Yannick Agnel and American freestyler Allison Schmitt, among many others.
Short course season is wrapping up all over the country. Here are our Weekly Wonders for the weekend of March 21-23, 2014.
Charles Humphrey Keating, Jr., a juggernaut across many worlds, passed away on Monday in Phoenix, Arizona. He was 90 years…