NC State’s Alexia Zevnik won a tight race in the women’s 100 back to highlight day 2 finals at the Speedo Sectionals meet in Greensboro. Zevnik turned in a time of 1:01.28 for the win.
On the men’s side, a trio of Russian teammates swept the podium places in the 100 free, led by former USC Trojan Vlad Morozov in 49.08.
Already the owners of both 10&Under relay National Age Group (NAG) records, the Ohio State Swim Club quartet of Ava Lachey, Martina Peroni, Hannah Routh and Riley Huddleston broke the 11-12 400 medley relay NAG Friday night in Ohio.
Greenwich YWCA Dolphins’ Meghan Lynch exploded for a new lifetime best in the 200 breast this evening at the 2016 Connecticut LC…
University of Texas sophomore John Shebat dropped an impressive 2:00.86 to win the 200 IM at the PV Senior Champs.
Swim Torrance in Torrance, California has hired Julio Zarate as their new head coach. Zarate will leave his old role as…
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Last weekend’s Orlando Sectionals saw some international stars tuning up their races before they head to Rio to represent their respective countries. One of the biggest swims of the meet came in the 200 back, where Matea Samardzic broke her own Croatian record to win the event in 2:09.11.
Below is a press release submitted by the Scottsdale Aquatic Club. Scottsdale Aquatic Club (SAC), in cooperation with the City…
Mauro Castillo, a swimmer for the Texas A&M men’s squad, swam the 100 breast/100 fly double tonight. He won the 100 breast with a 1:03.39 over Tristen Disibio (1:04.46), giving him a successful sweep of the breaststroke events after his 200 breast win last night.
Rising Texas A&M sophomore Sydney Pickrem went 2-for-2 tonight at the Southern Sectional meet in Austin, posting wins in the 200 breaststroke and 400 IM.
Ultra-distance triathlete Adam Ellenstein will attempt a Guinness World Record for the fastest north-to-south non-stop swim of Okanagan Lake in Penticton, Canada, by swimming 105 kilometers (65 miles) onJuly 25-26.