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.
Dartmouth senior Nejc Zupan (pictured), Princeton’s Teo D’Alessandro and Brown’s Tommy Glenn each won two events at Princeton’s Big Al Open this weekend.
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).
Loughborough University walked away with another British University and College Sports short course championship title setting 14 records in the…
The Panther women went 1-2-3-4 in the 500 free, a highlight of their championship performance. The Colorado men also picked up a team win.
Michael Phelps was in the press box Tweeting for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Virginia head swimming and diving coach Augie Busch announced Monday (Dec. 9) that 13 student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to join the Cavalier program in the fall of 2014.
Time and time again masters swimmers are showing swimming fast isn’t just for ‘kids’. Steve West (41), former USA Swimming…
Emily McClellan broke two school records and put up the third-fastest 100 breaststroke time in the nation for UW-Milwaukee.
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.
Former Texas star Michael McBroom dominated the men’s mile, going 14:31.73, a lifetime-best for the former NCAA champ.
Art of the Cap brings swimming and creativity together to create positive change in the world. Speedo USA paired five Olympic athletes with five inspiring artists to design limited-edition caps for five worthy causes.
Jack Kocur: “I am thankful that Coach Udovicic and the USA Water Polo Federation trust in my ability to help this program achieve excellence and am thrilled for the opportunity to continue working under one of the best coaches in the world.”