The Museum will be home to the legacies of U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes; tickets to go on sale Wednesday, July 22.
Curzan went faster than Gretchen Walsh’s 15-16 NAG record in the 100 free, while she also hit a best in the 200 fly at the TAC Titans Intrasquad.
Finke swam 3 races, including a 15:12 in the 1500 free, as part of a dual meet in St. Petersburg, Florida on Saturday.
Claire Curzan swam faster than another one of her own National Age Group Records on Saturday, though there’s still not clarity on whether it will count.
Watch Wolfpack Elite’s Coleman Stewart go 44.6 in the 100 yard backstroke and 45.9 in the 100 yard butterfly in a time trial in Raleigh onSaturday.
16-year old Claire Curzan has swum a time faster than her own National Age Group Record in the 50 yard free, but it’s not clear if the swim will count.
The announcements leave the upper ranks of Divison III scarce should any competition be happening around the country in the early winter sports season.
USA Swimming will continue to allow teams to compete in meets only within their LSCs in August, but will loosen some restrictions on what times can count for.
With qualifying for Nationals being a common goal amongst swimmers of all ages, here are four things to anticipate prior to your first Nats experience.
“In Deep with Ryan Lochte” successfully paints him as a sympathetic figure. But, particularly in this current national moment, can we accept that?
Kukors Smith was the 2009 World Champion in the 200 IM, setting a World Record with her winning swim. Her baby is due September 1.
SwimSwam’s running list of all the college swim & dive, synchronized swimming and water polo teams that have been cut or canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
While most sports remain away from competition, the AAU will be hosting their 2020 National Volleyball Tournament in Florida with 12,000 athletes this week.
New position to advance athlete voice as council’s first professional staff member.
We sat down with swimming power couple Olympic Legend Missy Franklin and Hayes Johnson to talk about one simple thing. Swimming joy.