The Miami Marine Stadium was a true spectacle when it first open in the 1960s; after decades of disrepair, it’s being revitalized as a concert venue.
Georgia Tech’s state-of-the-art facility is a regular host for prime-time national and international meets, and it was originally built in the 1990’s for the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
USA Swimming has hired former College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Executive Director Joel Shinofeld as its new Managing Director of Sport Development, the organization announced today.
After featuring the Big Ten in 2016 and Pac-12 in 2017, the USA vs. College Challenge won’t happen in 2018.
The new award amounts will be retroactively handed out to medalists from the 2018 Winter Games.
The IPC has released its reaction to WADA’s decision to reinstate RUSADA.
Gonzalez is home back home in Spain, Virginia Tech head coach Sergio Lopez confirmed Friday.
Former William & Mary swim coach Dudley Jensen died Friday, September 14th at the age of 93. Jensen was a…
Knoxville, Tennessee will host the first stop of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series on January 9-12.
USA Swimming’s temporary ban on swim coach Jamie Manser has ended, one of three temporary bans that will end in 2018.
Former Bowdoin College men’s swim coach of 39 years Charlie Butt passed away at the age of 93 last Friday,…
Results of the second WISCA Poll of the 2018-19 girls’ season have shown Middleton remains in the top spot in…
Ronald Hehn is “seeking legal support” after he was fired over what the school is calling “‘inappropriate coaching practices.”
Three more people with swimming connections have been banned by the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Jaret Sadler and Harrison Franks of Texas and Donald Graham of New Mexico have all joined the banned list.
The swimmers could face up to five years in jail for their roles in orchestrating a September 2017 hazing ritual.