Pre-NCAA Interview: Stanford Coach and Olympian Jeff Kostoff

Following up on yesterday’s interview with the three Cardinal distance swimmers competing at NCAA’s this weekend, we got on the phone with Jeff Kostoff to discuss his path back to coaching, the state of distance swimming, and how he thinks about training different types of swimmers.


2017 M. NCAA 400 IM Preview: Kalisz Looking for Title Redemption

2017 MEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 22 – Saturday, March 25 IUPUI Natatorium – Indianapolis, IN Prelims 10AM/Finals 6PM (Eastern Time) Defending…


Katie Ledecky Inducted Into Maryland Women’s Hall Of Fame

Team USA swimmer, Stanford University freshman and two-time Olympian Katie Ledecky, 19, was inducted into the Maryland Women’s Hall of…

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Fort Wayne Sweeps 2017 Indiana Senior Champs Titles

2017 Indiana Senior Short Course Championship Pike Township High School March 17-19 Results Records The 2017 Indiana Senior Short Course…

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2017 M. NCAA Picks: Wild Animal Party in the 400 Free Relay

The Florida Gators come in to NCAAs with the top time this season in the 400 free relay and will be looking to hold off talented NC State and Texas squads.

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Arena Signs Canadian Swimmers Katerine Savard, Kelsey Wog & Yuri Kisil

At the 2016 Canada West Swimming Championships, Kelsey brought home three gold medals and one silver, and was awarded “Rookie of the meet” for the University of Manitoba Bisons where she swims under Vlastimil Cerny.

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PINKFISH Aquatic Outfitting Dives Deeper Into Ocean Conservation

Former NCAA swimmer and swim coach enhances her company’s line of eco-conscious swimwear with education, activism and donations for ocean conservation.

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Colorado Time Systems Renews Partnership With CSCAA

Colorado Time Systems (CTS), a PlayCore company, is pleased to announce renewal of their exclusive multi-year sponsorship agreement with the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA).

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LA and Paris Focused on 2024, Not Interested in Hosting 2028 Olympics

Los Angeles and Paris are the last cities left bidding for the 2024 Olympic Games, and the IOC wants to give one city the 2024 Games and the other city the 2028 Games. However, Los Angeles and Paris remain focused on 2024.


Former San Antonio Swim Coach Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charges

A former swim coach in Texas has been arrested and accused of sexually abusing a child over a period of several years.

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Virginia Gators 15-16 200 Medley Relay Breaks a SwimMAC NAG Record

At the 2017 ISCA Dolfin Cup in Clearwater, Florida, the quartet from the Virginia Gators combined for a new girls…


SwimSwam Pulse: 59% Predict Stanford’s NCAA Title

59.0% of voters correctly predicted Stanford’s win at the 2017 women’s NCAA Championships – a number perhaps on the low side, considering Stanford’s yearlong dominance. The Cardinal won by a whopping 160.5 points after coming into the meet with a 151-point lead based on psych sheets.


U.S. Master’s Swimming Strives To Reduce Adult Drowning Risk

About 10 people drown every day in the United States, most of them adults or young adults, according to the…

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GBR Secures Yokohama Int’l Pool For Tokyo 2020 Pre-Games Camp

The British Olympic Association signed training venue contracts with 3 Japanese sports facilities, one of which is the Yokohama International Pool based in the city of Yokohama.


Fa’Amausili Leads New Zealand Age Group Record-Breaking Onslaught

The 2017 New Zealand Age Swimming Championships kicked off in Wellington yesterday, with several rising stars claiming individual titles, including World Junior Champion Gabrielle Fa’amausili.

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