Alina Kendzior won twice as Louisville’s men and women defeated Missouri.
Texas freshman Daniel Krueger returned to action today at Auburn after missing the Texas Hall of Fame Invite six weeks ago.
Early January isn’t usually a very fast time for college swimming.
But for Greg Reed it is.
Both Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel rank among Sports Illustrated’s list of ‘Most Fit Athletes in Sports’. Take a look to find out where they fall on the list.
Anton Ipsen of Wolfpack Elite completely ran away with it, finishing almost half a pool length ahead of the next-best swimmer
Zheng Quah, Tom Shields, Daniel Carr, and Pace Clark all scratched out of the 200 free final to focus on other events.
Per USA Swimming rules, the Board of Directors can elect a temporary replacement for the late Jim Wood until the National Team Steering Committee can elect a new chair.
I respect those swim kids who are putting all of those hours in, it is tough work! But are we taking a sport that used to be the most fun sport around and turning it into a job?
Kenisha Liu won the 200 free and 50 free for the Bruins on Monday.
Noelle Peplowski was just another incoming breaststroker for IU. Half a year after graduating high school, she’s a realistic candidate for making the 100 breast A final at NCAAs.
His time of 24.68 was good enough to break the Pro Swim Series record, which was a 24.74 held by Japanese backstroker Junya Koga.
Katie Ledecky is entered in the 200 free and 400 IM this morning in Knoxville.
In light of the fact that the idea of Olympic bans for athletes who compete in ISL events this year is still lurking in the air, Swimming Australia Chief Executive Leigh Russell is initiating talks to try to avoid devastation in 2020.
The Midland, Texas, native has been coaching in the Atlanta area of late, and in 2018 started training with the UGA pro group at the Athens Bulldogs Swim Club.
The 2019 Victorian Sprint Championships meet kicks off on Saturday in Melbourne, where a fury of 66 events will be contested over just 2 days.