Haley Anderson and Ashley Twichell Withdraw from Inaugural Beach Games

Haley Anderson (above), a 2-time World Champion over 5 kilometers, and Ashley Twichell have withdrawn from the inaugural Beach Games due to safety concerns.


Coughlin and Ledecky Out, Cordes In for DC Trident at Naples Stop of ISL

The DC Trident will lose big points for their 2nd meet in Naples with no Katie Ledecky, but Kevin Cordes will reinforce the men’s breaststroke group.


Former Swim Coach Savannah Reis Indicted On Sexual Battery In Mississippi

The 34-year-old Reis was added to the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s banned database back in July. She previously coached for PEAQ Aquatics in Mississippi.


College Swimming Weekly Preview: Oct. 7 – Oct. 13, 2019

In a battle of ranked teams, the #17/#19 Minnesota Golden Gophers will host the visiting #16/#9 Florida Gators, one of the bigger duals of the year so far.

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Natalie Coughlin Shares True Reason why she’s in Swimming for ISL (Video)

This was Natalie Coughlin‘s first race in years. Sure, it would’ve been neat to see her take the win, but we can hear her great perspective on why she’s back


USOPC Releases Updated Rule 40 Allowing Athletes More Marketing Opportunity

The USOPC has released an updated Rule 40, allowing athletes and their personal sponsors more freedom to market during the Olympic Games.

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DeVine Admits To Drinking at USA Meet, But Stands By Homophobia Accusations

Abrahm DeVine told Stanford’s student newspaper that he drank at a Team USA meet, but stands by his claims that he was alienated by a homophobic culture.


Melanie Margalis Breaks American Record in 200 SCM IM at ISL – Indy

Melanie Margalis, racing as part of the Cali Condors team, broke her own American Record in the 200 short course meter IM on Sunday.


St. Thomas Gets Summit League Invite, Requests Move From Div. III to Div. I

Division III St. Thomas has a potential new home: the Summit League, though that would require an NCAA waiver allowing them to jump all the way to Division I.


ISL Implements Anti-Doping Testing, Via National Orgs, at League Meets

Katie Ledecky (above) came very close on Sunday to testing whether or not FINA would be ratifying World Records from ISL meets.


Ledecky 0.14 Short Of 400 Free SC World Record at ISL

Katie Ledecky won the 400 freestyle on the second day of the premier ISL swim meet. Her time was just 0.14s short of the current world record.


2019 ISL Group A Match 1 – Day One Analysis + Day Two Preview

With Energy Standard now in a substantial lead over the Cali Condors, how can these teams’ different strengths affect day two’s competition?


Liberty University Responds to Eastern Zone’s Anti-Discrimination Resolution

Liberty University says that they are fully in compliance with USA Swimming’s anti-discrimination policies.


Former SCSC Coach John Bitter Pleads No Contest, Will Be Sentenced in January

Bitter, who was arraigned in May, will face no more than five years and eight months in prison when he receives his sentence.


International Swimming League Meets to Air on ESPN3 in United States

Katie Ledecky (above) in her first racing since the World Championships will be one of the headliners of this weekend’s ISL opener in Indianapolis.


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