12-year old Regan Smith, taking advantage of a Minnesota rule allowing 7th-graders to swim with their zoned high schools, has broken…
12-year old 7th-grader Regan Smith has re-broken two of her own National Age Group Records during prelims of the Minnesota AA…
NLI Signing Photos: Georgetown Prep, Scottsdale Aquatic Club, Regis Jesuit, Sierra Marlins and Columbus North.
The high school swimming environment is relaxed, competitive, and a whole lot of fun. It is an incredibly valuable experience that will leave you with so many unforgettable memories. Simply put, high school swimming is awesome.
12-year old Regan Smith has already made a splash in Minnesota High School swimming by winning two region championships last weekend in…
The five high schools in Cook County’s District 211(IL) are each constructing a new natatorium. James B. Conant High School has already broken ground, with the first cement pour completed in October 2014.
Arizona’s Division I high school state championships saw an assault on the state record books, with 11 different state records falling between boys and girls.
Swimming Video is courtesy of Jamie Miller.
Newsome High School out of Lithia, Florida put together this music video in the lead-up to Florida’s high school state meet.
Coach Jay was honored for his significant contribution to the sport, developing swimmers from all levels, from the Olympics straight though to Senior and Junior Nationals, College, High School and Age Group.
Ranney School is a leading, independent college preparatory co-educational day school for beginners (age 3) to Grade 12, located on a beautiful campus in Tinton Falls, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
State records went down in half of the events at the 2014 Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union State Championships Saturday, including two apiece to Allyssa Fluit and Maddie Gehrke.
The Chiles girls and Creekside boys only won 1 event apiece, but still rolled to narrow state titles Saturday.
Division I commits Lexi Aitchison and Sydney Pickrem(pictured) led East Lake to the Florida class 3A girls state title Friday night, while the boys of Riverview picked up their own state championship.
Chaparral High School’s Ryan Hoffer swam the fastest 50 yard free by a 15-16 in history on Saturday at the Arizona High School State Championships meet.