Joshua Zuchowski (second from left) with his Flood Aquatics teammates after breaking the National Age Group Record in the 400 meter IM.
Reece Whitley (above) and Margaret Aroesty will challenge some of the National Age Group Records at the NCSA Junior Championship meet next week.
Chattahoochee Gold’s Bayley Frierson and SwimMAC Carolina’s Sinclair Larson got things started with a good battle in the women’s 1000 free.
The Mizzou Aquatics Center plays host to the best of the Missouri Valley and beyond this weekend.
East Coast Aquatic Club’s 13-year-old Anna Auld opened the meet on a winning note, claiming the 1500 meter free title in 17:11.86.
Emily Rudiman popped a 23.90 on the 2nd leg to help the team set the record at 1:37.48.
2017 MASSACHUSETTS D2 HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS February 21st, 2017 Hosted by Boston University Division 2 Meet Info Results (Girls) Results (Boys)…
14-year-old Ulett swam a personal best 1:56.07, just out-touching Brooke Forde (1:56.30) and taking over 7 tenths off her former best time. With that, she was just .06 shy of Bayer’s record, which stands at a 1:56.01 from 2013.
2017 PV SHORT COURSE SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Where: University of Maryland When: March 2nd – March 5th Results on Meet Mobile…
Canyons Aquatic Club’s Amanda Kendall closed out the 2017 American Short Course Championships on a winning note, sweeping the sprint freestyles.
U.S. Olympic medalist Amanda Weir took on the 200 free on day 2, using her front half speed to lead from start to finish.
USA Swimming Western Zone Development Consultant Bill Krumm has died. He joined USA Swimming in 2007 after he spent 27 years…
2012 Olympian Breeja Larson won three events in front of a home crowd to highlight the College Station Speedo Sectional meet. Larson has stayed busy as she continues her pro career. Now competing for NYAC, she won three events. Larson was 57.91 to win the 100 breast, 2:04.71 for the 200 breast title and 49.74 to take the 100 freestyle.
The Madison Aquatic Club launches into the Wisconsin State Swim Meet this week, and the hype is for real.
A plumbing leak at the Texas Swimming Center in Austin has forced the American Short Course Championships March 2nd-4th to relocate to Austin. Amanda Weir (pictured) is one of the top-flight swimmers slated to swim there.