Coach Catherine Vogt knows open water swimming – she has helped guide Haley Anderson to the podium at the Olympics and World Championships
Eddie Reese gets back to his roots of recruiting the state of Texas very well.
The UCLA Bruins are amassing some impressive depth in their backstroke class of 2014.
Marc Rojas was the 1650 free national champion last year, but this summer may have turned a corner in the breaststrokes.
Brittany Oxley from the Arden Hills Swim Club and Vista Del Lago High School in Northern California has verbally committed…
Matt Whittle of the Davis Aquadarts has verbally committed to Cal.
Canadian Tia VanLandeghem will come to the United States for her college swimming.
Verbal commitments are the rage this fall on SwimSwam, driving a large audience fueled by college swimming passion. Missy Franklin,…
Today in swimming history Gertrude “Trudy” Ederle became the first woman to swim across the English Channel in 1926. In doing so, she set the English Channel record and her time stood as the fastest time in the world until 1950.
World Champion Gerhard Zandberg Retires from Swimming After Two-Year Suspension For “Violation of Team Rules”
2007 World Champion Gerhard Zandberg has retired from swimming.
Ruta Meilutyte broke a World Record in Moscow, despite focusing on studying this year.
The SEC and Mountain West conferences released their weekly swimming and diving awards. Marcelo Chierighini (pictured above) was the SEC Men’s Swimmer of the Week after swimming a 19.93 and 44.09 in the 50 and 100 freestyles.
Double Olympic Champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo is one of Verhaeren’s biggest success stories.
The Stanford men are working on rebuilding depth with this year’s recruiting class.
Park Tae-Hwan will be returning to competition at the National Sports Festival which is being held in Incheon, South Korea…