Michigan, one of the slowest states to allow the reopening of pools, will allow indoor facilities to operate at 25% capacity.
All NCAA national office staff will go into a mandatory furlough, which can range up to 8 weeks, in light of the association’s revenue loss from the pandemic.
With potential ripple effects to swimming, college football’s FBS will hold its first games tonight, while remaining split over a postponement of the season.
The Works athletic facility in St. John’s, Newfoundland has announced that they do not have any current plans to re-open their ‘Aquarena’ pool.
Under the plan, the swimming & diving state championship meets will see roughly one-sixth the number of competitors in the building on any given day.
The 2021 Winter World University Games have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The rescheduled dates for the games will be announced soon.
The Missouri State Bears are the four-time defending Missouri Valley Conference champions in women’s swimming & diving.
President Donald Trump suggested today that the Big Ten is close to returning to a fall football season, but conference officials strongly disagreed.
Assistant football coaches at the University of Iowa will receive pay raises for 2020-2021, even after factoring in a 10% reduction in salaries.
Pacific Swimming is back in action with a couple of intrasquad meets over the weekend – believed to be the first official meets in the LSC since March.
The Ohio State Swim Club, an age group club affiliated with the Big Ten college, is suspending its operations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused significant impact to fall high school swimming seasons – but despite the crazy world of 2020, the sport still marches on.
15 year-old Michaela Chokureva and 16 year-old Malia Amuan both put up several impressive swims at the Phoenix Intrasquad, including a tight battle in the 50.
Alameda County, California, which includes the cities of Oakland (above), Berkeley, and Pleasanton, allowed the reopening of pools on Friday.
Andrei Minakov, the defending World Championships silver medalist in the 100 fly, will defer the start of his training at Stanford University.