At least 4 Australians are still planning to participate in the ISL despite reports that an international travel ban could bar Australians from competing.
New Zealand’s Short Course Championships are still set for October but will be changing venues due to coronavirus restrictions.
USA Swimming has lifted one of the few remaining restrictions on meet sanctioning for October, allowing LSCs to make sanctioning…
The venue was slated to host this year’s Olympic-qualifier South American Championships, which wound up being canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Pandemic travel restrictions will restrict Australian participation in next month’s ISL season, with at least one athlete already forced to withdraw.
Olympic Trials finalist Michael Taylor does not appear on the Florida Gators’ roster for 2020-2021. Neither does Canadian standout Mabel Zavaros.
Yoshihide Suga is expected to take over as Japan’s new Prime Minister tomorrow, with Seiko Hashimoto expected to continue as Olympics Minister.
Citing a high number of positive COVID-19 tests, the University of Kentucky has shut down training for its swimming & diving program, a source tells SwimSwam.
The SEC has released guidelines for the 2020 swimming & diving season, which can start as early as October 1 amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Colombian Swimming Federation (FECNA) president Jorge Soto sent out a tweet indicating his desire for the nation’s pools to reopen on Sept. 7.
Mexico’s Swimming Federation has announced that all events sanctioned by the nation’s governing body for the sport will remain canceled until further notice.
In recent months, the term “USA Swimming Sanctioned Meet” has been extremely prominent, but it’s meaning can be confusing to casual swimming fans.
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