Michael Phelps, the greatest swimmer of all time, joined the best golfers in the world at the 2021 BMW Championship, with some really cool golf clubs.
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Jonty Skinner (far right) coached the 2020 International Swimming League champion Cali Condors, but says he is done with on-deck swim coaching.
Roman Zhdanov (middle) and Valeriia Shabalina of the Russian Paralympic Committee each broke a world record on day 1 of the Tokyo Paralympic Games.
RPC’s Valeriia Shabalina (S14 W 100 FL) and Roman Zhdanov (SB13 M 50 BR) both broke World records during the first Tokyo 2020 Paralympic finals session.
Sierra Marlins Swim Team, a Folsom, California-based club team, named Tim McCormick its new head coach after three years as its director of development.
The three conferences are joining forces for a “collaborative approach surrounding the future evolution of college athletics and scheduling.”
With fewer meets, the prize money available at the 2021 FINA World Cup Series will drop from previous editions. Above: Vlad Morozov won his 3rd World Cup title in 2019.
The CSCAA announced Monday that the annual National Invitation Championship (NIC) would return in March 2022, following a two-year hiatus.
The University of Arkansas is adding former Duke Assistant Coach Alex Henderson to its staff as a Graduate Assistant for the fall 2021-2022 season.
15-time Paralympic medalist Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand will defend her 2016 Paralympic titles in the S10 100 back, S10 100 fly, and SM10 200 IM.
2016 bronze medalist Robert Griswold (above) is entering the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics as the defending world champion in the S8 100 back and SM8 200 IM.
Aoki is a two-time Paralympic medalist in Wheelchair rugby, while Melissa Stockwell is a paratriathlete and Paralympic bronze medalist.
NCAA Champion and former World Junior Record holder Amy Bilquist announced her retirement from competitive swimming on Sunday.
USA’s Jessica Long has earned 23 Paralympic medals over the past 4 Paralympic Games and will defend her title in the SM8 200 IM from 2008, 2012 and 2016