Australian Paralympic Champion Jacqueline Freney has been named the 2014 Young Australian of the Year: a massive honor that transcends the…
Caryle Blondell is stepping up big for Louisville this season, giving them hopes of a second top-10 finish at NCAA’s in the last three years.
The Western Kentucky University swimming and diving team closed out its regular season on Saturday afternoon, sweeping the field of Vanderbilt, Marshall and University of the Cumberlands at Bill Powell Natatorium.
Multi-time CIS Champion Coleman Allen broke a Canada West record today at the Canada West meet on his way to…
Maya DiRado won twice for Stanford, as did breaststroker Katie Olsen, who put up a season-best 1:00.4 in the 100. Danny Thomson led a pair of 1-2-3 finishes for the Cardinal on the men’s side.
Virginia’s Parker Camp won a pair of individual events as the Virginia Cavaliers swept Duke on the road.
Chuck Katis swam his first meet as a Golden Bear on Friday, and walked away with a win in the 200 breaststroke.
A rendering of an early version of the backstroke wedge start blocks that Omega and Myrtha Pools are developing.
James Magnussen’s winning time of 47.97 makes it the 13th time that he has dipped under the 48 second mark…
This photo, Tweeted by Seattle resident Pat McDonald, shows that the issue of a swim coach at a Catholic high school in Seattle is stirring the entire community.
Elizabeth Pelton, defending NCAA 200 Backstroke Champion, poses for a picture with Walnut Creek Aquabear Journey Martinson. This was just one of scores of pictures Elizabeth had taken with swimmers this past weekend.
Coach Troy: “We’re looking for the best efforts these next two meets because the honesty in the effort allows you to evaluate the team heading into the championship season. That will help finalize our meet lineup and will give us some extra preparation going into the SEC Championships.”
ESPN’s Outside the Lines has investigated whether or not the University of Missouri investigated claims that a former member of the swim team was raped by members of the football team.
As the nation descends into a wintry slop, Notre Dame will remember a tragic day 22 years ago that took the lives of two of its swimmers.