2019 USMS Spring National Championships April 25-28, 2019 Mesa, Arizona SCY (25y) Live stream Meet Central Meet Results The men’s…
Tom Shields swam his best 200 yard fly time in almost 3 years on Sunday at the Pacific Masters champioships.
US National Teamer Madison Kennedy (above) teamed up with LaJoya Smith, Kerry Lindauer, and Erika Braun to break the USMS National Record in the 25+ 200 free relay.
Brown, who underwent extensive treatment for breast cancer in 2015, broke a record previous held by Karlyn Pipes.
The team of Frédéric Tonus, Michel Van Thielen, Ruud Cuyvers, and Stef Verachten went 3:27.42
Here are 8 common milestones that every competitive swimmer will pass during their journey within the sport.
The Northside ISD Swim Center will play host to the 2020 USMS National Championships in April of 2020.
Here are 10 sure-fire signs that you got to swim during the best decade to ever come immediately after the 80’s — the 1990’s.
Just because so-called “swammers” may have hung up their goggles, doesn’t mean that those years of hard work were wasted. Former swimmers have spent years developing skills which can be integral to their new lives in the workforce.
Adrian’s time from 2014 Masters Spring Nationals may not register in USA Swimming’s Data Hub, yet it stands as the 22nd-fastest performance of all time in the 100 yard freestyle.
The Camp Fire in Northern California has burned more than 150,000 acres in California and claimed at least 84 lives. For Walnut Creek Masters, the tragedy around them brings new perspective to being thankful.
Fritz Bedford of the New England Masters Swim Club notched yet another world record last weekend, competing in the 10th Annual Leaf Peepers Masters Mini Meet at the Upper Valley Aquatic Club (UVAC) in Vermont.
The Northside ISD Swim Center will play host a USMS National Championship for the 2nd time in 5 years.
Italian Masters swimmer Marco Bolzan has been sanctioned after testing positive for the banned substance tuaminoheptane. According to ChemEurope, tuaminoheptane is also known…
The Colorado Masters Swimming (CMS) team of Craig Petersen, Michael Mann, Kirk Anderson, and Greg Scott not only smashed the records for their age group (combined ages of 240–279), but also won all three relays outright, soundly beating teams with average ages that were decades younger.