Hong Kong native Chun Kong Mak has successfully completed the 21-mile swim across the English Channel after recovering from coronavirus.
The IOC and Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee met to discuss what a post-coronavirus pandemic Olympic Games might look like next year.
The last top-level Division I conference has rejoined the fall 2020 football season: the Mid-American Conference will resume football in November.
Members of the University of Iowa’s womens swimming and diving teams have filed a lawsuit against the school under Title IX.
The camp is the first step toward a plan put in place by British swim coach Sean Kelly, RFEN’s new National Performance Director for the sport of swimming.
Following the Big Ten and Pac-12, the Mountain West Conference will resume its football season this fall. Games will begin the week of October 24.
The return of Big Ten football – even in a pandemic-shortened season – should bring a good percentage of TV revenue back to schools, experts say.
A lawyer representing the women’s sports cut by William & Mary has written a letter to the president alleging Title IX violations by the school.
Rockwall Aquatic Center of Excellence Swim Team held an intrasquad meet last weekend where several swimmers posted best times.
Depending on what the Tokyo situation is next year, “we might need to create a bubble within a bubble,” says USOPC medical chief.
Swim England released a statement from the organization in response to the latest coronavirus-related restrictions put in place by the nation’s government.
The plan, which had been approved by the D1 Council last week, has now been given the go-ahead by the Board. Men’s water polo is among the affected sports.
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