Brendan Hansen, Olga Dorfner Nominated for Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame

3-time Olympic gold medalist Brendan Hansen (above) and early 20th-century World Record breaker Olga Dorfner were among 37 nominees for the class of 2020.

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USC Commit Erica Sullivan Waiting on Coaching Hire Before Confirming NCAA Plans

With both USC head coach Dave Salo’s departure and the Olympic postponement, the rising distance star has some big decisions to make.


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NCAA Vote: D-I Winter Sports Athletes Will Not Receive Eligibility Relief

The NCAA has officially voted to extend an extra year of eligibility to spring sports athletes, but will not do the same for winter sports.


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What’s Going On in Non-Aquatic Sports in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Aquatic sports don’t happen in a vacuum — there’s a whole world out there of fallout in the wake of the Olympic cancellation.

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Cody Miller on Staying Busy through Quarantine

Any time I get to talk to Cody Miller is a treat, mostly because we are both dudes who like swimming and making videos for fun

Kevin Cordes’s 1:48: One Giant Leap For Breaststrokers Everywhere

At the time, no man had been under 1:50 in the 200 breast. Only one had ever broken 1:51. To go 1:49 was considered nearly impossible. 1:48 shocked the world.

IOC Sets Date For Postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Let the countdown begin, as the IOC announces the official new start date of the 2020 Olympic Games, rescheduled to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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World University Games Delayed 2 Days to Avoid Olympic Conflict

The 2021 Summer Universiade (World University Games) will shift its schedule by 2 days after the dates for the Tokyo Olympics were announced.

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Michael Chadwick on Finding the Positives

I sat down with world champion Michael Chadwick and spoke with him about how he’s handling staying indoors with very limited swim training

Open Water Olympic Qualifiers from 2019 Worlds Will Remain Qualified for Tokyo

Open water Olympic qualifiers from the 2019 FINA World Championships will remain qualified for the postponed Tokyo Games, the IOC confirmed.

Revisiting Phelps’s Insane 1:52.09 200 Fly from the 2007 World Championships

While Michael Phelps will best be remembered for winning 8 gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, he was arguably better in 2007.

WATCH: Michael Andrew Analyzes 100 Breast Best Time From Des Moines

Andrew critiques his 59.14 from Des Moines and shares a few key things he’s been working on recently in his breaststroke.

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Beata Nelson on Collegiate, Olympic, Pro Swimming

Beata Nelson was expected to have a monster NCAA’s, from fans, coaches, and herself. She says she wanted to break barriers

Men’s Recruiting Class Ranks Revisited: Top 12 Schools For 2016-2019

Looking back at four years, three NCAA meets and one set of NCAA psych sheets, we re-score the 2016 recruiting classes by school.

WATCH: Michael Andrew Analyzes His Own 1:56.8 IM & That Freestyle Split

Some interesting insight from Michael Andrew’s latest vlog, as the U.S. National Teamer breaks down his nation-leading 200 IM from earlier this month.

Projected Men’s 2020 NCAA Points By Class – All Classes

We tally up projected individual scoring for the 2020 NCAA meet, plus look back at the past three NCAA meets for class-by-class scoring by individual.

USOPC Asked Congress for $200 Million in Relief for NGBs in Stimulus Package

The USOPC estimated the 50 NGBs will lose a combined $800 million through the summer, but the request to Congress was not approved.

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