Freshman Maggie MacNeil has had one of the finest – and busiest – months of November in NCAA history.
Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil blasted the #1 time in the country in the women’s 50 free at day 1 prelims of the Georgia Fall Invite.
Radnor Aquatic Club and Haverford High School’s David Abrahams has committed to the application process at Harvard.
Mikaela Fullerton from New Wave Swim Team and Apex High School, in Apex, NC has verbally committed to Queens University of Charlotte NC for 2019-2020.
Matt Grevers, Xu Jiayu and Ryan Murphy are just a few of the incredibly talented backstrokers who will be competing in Hangzhou.
After scoring just 11 points at NCAAs in 2018 (and zero the year before), the Florida Gator women are projected to score nearly 200 this year in our current Swimulator rankings, good for 8th nationwide.
Surprise Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt earned another accolade, adding to his impressive breakout year.
Chris Wieser, above, was the top seed in the men’s 400 free, and scratched out of Thursday’s prelims pre-session after missing the 800 free on Wednesday as well.
Cunha is one of 3 women named finalists by the Brazilian Olympic Committee for Brazil’s Athlete of the Year.
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Katie Ledecky led the first heat of the women’s 800 free wire-to-wire to win by almost 14 seconds in 8:14.40, negative-splitting the race 4:07.27/4:07.13
Madi Lauger would have scored in the A finals of the 200 back, 200 back, and 200/400 IM at the 2018 SSC Championships.
Watch as Katie Ledecky and Jordan Wilimovsky qualify for 2020 Olympic Trials and win their respective races by over 13 seconds.
Katelyn Yule from Folsom High School and Sierra Marlins Swim Team has verbally committed to the University of Tennessee in the class of 2024.
Katie Ledecky will swim the women’s 800 freestyle on the opening night of U.S. Winter Nationals.