Lawrence Free State swimmers Ava Cormaney, Alvena Walpole, Courtney Caldwell, and Sydney Sirimongkhon Dyck
How a high school swimmer turned apathy into motivation at the college-level and made it to the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Torrey Pines High School swept the CIF-San Diego Section Divsion I finals, winning both the girls’ meet and the boys’ meet by wide margins.
Bellarmine boys claimed their 31st CCS title in as many years, while Mitty girls finally took home the big trophy after several years of finishing second and third.
Mt. Carmel girls won their second consecutive Division II title in a close contest with Cathedral Catholic, while Del Norte won the boys’ meet by a landslide.
05/21/15 In Briefs: IOC Member Passes, Goshen HS Has New Coach, Arlington Heights Alligators Headed to OTC
Longtime IOC Member Passes Away…….The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced earlier this week that longtime member Peter Tallberg (Finland) has…
Watch Alex Valente win the 100 fly in 46.00 and Abbey Weitzeil win the 100 free in 47.33.
The 2015 CIFSS Division III finals took place under cloudy skies at Riverside Aquatics Complex.
Rio Mesa won the boys’ meet at CIF-SS Division III finals with consistent performances from everyone, but especially their relays.
A former DeKalb, Illinois swim coach pleaded not guilty today to charges of sexual assault and sexual abuse stemming from allegations of an inappropriate relationship with an underage swimmer.
Santa Margarita senior Katie McLaughlin broke the 100 fly national high school record at CIFSS Division I championships.
Santa Margarita junior Grant Shoults swept the 200/500 freestyles and posted the fastest 500 time in history in the independent schools category.
Indianapolis area club and high school coach Matthew Carrington has been added to USA Swimming public list of Individuals Permanently…
Alex Valente of Dos Pueblos High School has a legitimate shot at Joseph Schooling’s national high school record in the 100 fly at the inaugural California state swimming and diving meet.
(L-R) Coach Donny Brush, coach Jeff THompson, Ryan Torie, and coach Matt Cox after Torie broke a 35-year old Germantown Pool Record.