East Coast weather wouldn’t get in the way of the start of the 2013 USA Swimming Arena Grand Prix. It…
The two biggest show stoppers of the day were the Australian sprint due of Cate Campbell and James Magnussen…
With the first day of the BHP Billiton Super Series in the books the Australians hold a comfortable lead over Japan in the overall points race…
The Australian has twelve swims under 48 seconds, tied with France’s Alain Bernard and one ahead of World Record-holder Cesar Cielo. More impressive is that all 12 of Magnussen’s swims have come in the post-bodysuit era.
In his weekly press conference, Gregg Troy discussed a new addition to his men’s program at Florida.
Notre Dame swept 7 of 8 events at the short course meters competition, while Illinois won both relays and got a win from Lori Lynn.
Leonardo Coutinho was diagnosed with Leukemia just after Christmas, and his community responded with 400 blood donors in just 4 days.
The swimmer tested positive after listing 6 different supplements on his test form at the Brazilian Children’s Championships last November.
George Bovell will be hosting a series of free clinics for young swimmers in his home country of Trinidad and Tobago…
Winning three open water medals at the 2013 World Championships, Poliana Okimoto earned the Swammy for 2013 Latin American Female Swimmer of the Year.
Originally expected to be torn down, the Olympic pool will now be repurposed to a sports arena after the 2016 Games.
70 people were injured by a piranha attack in the waters scheduled to host an Open Water Grand Prix stop in just 26 days.
Cesar Cielo will now be swimming at the Kino Aquatic Center under Mesa Aquatics’ new post-grad training group.
After an incredible season worldwide, Poliana Okimoto needed to step up to take this award, and she certainly did.
The new Olympic Aquatics Center, which will be in the shadow of the Maracana soccer stadium, will cost $218 million and be a temporary venue.