Day 1 of the 2013 Winter Junior Nationals began with a National Age Group Record.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo was crowned the fastest woman in the world in London and looks like a formidable obstacle for the U.S. team at the 2013 Duel.
The IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis will host at least one NCAA Championship meet every year from 2015 to 2018, according to site selections announced today.
The Greensboro Aquatic Center has been selected to host the women’s NCAA Championships in 2015.
Caeleb Dressel is the top seed in all sorts of races this weekend, where he’ll make another charge at the NAG record book.
Imagine Swimming, the premier swim school of New York City, has been creative and proactive in the swimming community. In addition to teaching children the lifesaving skill to swim, they were the first to step up and support Anthony Ervin on his path to the London Olympics, and now they’re hosting the annual Imagine Invite swim meet.
Olympic gold medalist and swim safety advocate Cullen Jones teamed up with Jolby & Friends, a collaborative creative studio based in Portland, Oregon, to design a swim cap for those who “dare to be different.”
Tennessee grad Brad Craig took the 200 breaststroke crown at U.S. Winter Nationals, going 1:52.99.
The Tualatin Hills Swim Club has changed the name of its 15-year old SCM international meet.
Nick Thoman has swum two meets in the last 16 months, but he’s made them count.
Natalie Coughlin, the most decorated U.S. female Olympian of all time, and Adhemas Batista, a Brazilian artist whose innovative illustrations and designs feature bold, beautiful colors, created a lyrical swim cap inspired by Natalie’s love of the ocean.
31 more athletes punched their tickets to the NCAA championships with automatic invite times at meets over the weekend.
Katie Ledecky proved over the weekend that she is a once-in-a-generation distance swimmer, which could be a big win financially (if she wants it).
Has Mark Spitz been unfairly forgotten in the conversation for the Greatest Swimmer of All-Time?
Laura Sogar was all business in the 200 breast, taking home the title in 2:08.01. Arizona’s Emma Schoettmer did her best to steal the race, closing on Sogar hard over the final 100, but was forced to settle for second in 2:08.44.