Indiana Associate Head Coach Jonty Skinner Retires Mid-Season

“Although my departure isn’t super timely, we’ve both benefited from the experience,” the veteran coach Skinner said in a statement to SwimSwam.


Haley Anderson Says Tokyo Open Water Condition Concerns Have ‘Gone Unheard’

In a Q&A hosted by NBC Olympics on reddit, Olympian Haley Anderson addressed a question regarding open water conditions for the upcoming Tokyo Games. 


Training Blocks: A Week With Ray Looze & the Indiana Pro Group

Training Blocks: workouts from top college & pro training groups over the course of a week, to see how the top minds in our sport build a training block.


Ticket Sales Down, Athlete & Coach Attendance Up at PSS – Knoxville

While overall ticket sales were down in Knoxville as compared to 2019, sales of all-session passes and the premium seats with a VIP experience were up.

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Baylor, Harpeth Hall To Renew Battle, Walsh Chases National Records At TN State

Gretchen Walsh has switched to the 50 and 100 frees to chase national high school records. Baylor looks to repeat 2019’s massive upset of Harpeth Hall.


FINA Ratifies Atherton, Dressel & Seto World Records Set During ISL Season

FINA has officially recognized the world records set during the final five meets of the ISL season, as it said it would in October.


Kansas City Chiefs Win First Super Bowl in 50 Years: a Swimming Retrospective

On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs won their first Super Bowl in 50 years. We use that as a measuring stick to mark the passage of time in our own sport of…


College Swimming Weekly Preview: Feb 3 – Feb 9, 2020

Regular-season dual meets have slowed to a final trickle, but the NCAA’s new trend, First Chance Invites, are flowing full-stream this week.


Sam Bork, Isabelle Stadden Add 3rd Wins to Finish Schroeder A+ Meet

U.S. National Team swimmer Isabelle Stadden finished her meet with a win in the 200 back which was her 3rd individual victory of the weekend.

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USA Gymnastics Proposes Settlement in Nassar Suits, Files Reorganization Plan

Under the proposed settlement, USA Gymnastics would pay out $215 million to hundreds of women who were abused by former doctor Larry Nassar.

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Opinion: Current-Chasing Is The Rules Violation No One Is Talking About

Swim fans are a rule-enforcing bunch. For evidence of that look at the comment section of the following topics: doping, para-swimming, breaststroke pullouts.


Former Swimmer Suing Carmel High School & Red Roof Inn Over Sexual Abuse

A former Carmel High School swimmer is suing the school district, Carmel’s swim coach and the Red Roof Inn over sexual abuse by former coach John Goelz.


Former GA Teacher & Coach Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison For Child Molestation

A former teacher and swim coach at Chattahoochee High School in Georgia has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for molesting a 13-year-old girl.

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Registered Sex Offender Arrested Photographing Swim Meet For the Second Time

For the second time in a year and a half, registered sex offender James F. Renick has been arrested while taking pictures at a swim meet.


Ultra Swim Swimmer of the Month: Miriam Guevara, Northwestern

Miriam Guevara piled up 10 individual event wins across three events in the month of January, leading Northwestern’s women to a 6-2 record.


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