FINA World Junior Diving Championships kicks off Sept 9th in Penza, Russia

During the 6-day competition, 14 events will be contested for 16-18 years old and 14-15 years old divers. These Championships are held every 2 years and have allowed, in the past, to “discover” many of the talents that were able to shine in the elite international arena.

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Julian Creek Loggerhead Aquatics hires Shawn Delifus as New Head Age Group Coach

Julington Creek Loggerhead Aquatics of St Johns, Florida has hired Shawn Delifus as its new head age group coach. Coach…

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Junior World Record Holder Katie McLaughlin Verbally Commits to Cal

Teri McKeever and the Cal Golden Bears have landed their next superstar recruit, as Katie McLaughlin, the #4 recruit in the…


Arizona Women Grab Three More Verbals, Making 6 Already in Class of 2015

Sarah Shimomura and Emma McCarthy pose together while on a recruiting trip at Arizona.


Junior National free relay champ Ian Finnerty to join his relay-mates at Indiana University

After attaching with the Indiana University Swim Team this summer, high school senior Ian Finnerty took the next step in that direction, committing to swim for the Hoosiers next fall.

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9-year-old Carly Lenett teams up with Kristy Kowal to swim for Diabetes research

For the third year in a row, Pennsylvania 9-year-old Carly Lenett will lead a swim to raise money for the American Diabetes Association, with former U.S. Olympian Kristy Kowal alongside.

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China, Hungary win team races at Junior World Open Water Championships in Lake Balaton

China won the youth (14-16) category, while Hungary picked up junior (17-18) gold in front of its home crowd.


Top Recruit in Class of 2015 from Arizona, Victoria Toris, Eyeing Three College Visits

Scottsdale’s Victoria Toris, the top swimmer from Arizona in the class of 2015, has named at least three potential college destinations for her.


Felipe Lima Going to Auburn, Barbosa to Bath, Cielo Back to Goodrich (With Company)

After the big success of British breaststroking in the summer of 2014, Henrique Barbosa will see how their programs work for him.


22 Swim Jobs You Might Love

If you are jobless or don’t like the career you’re in, you might want to work in the swimming community and be a part of our big swimming family! Here are 22 Swim Jobs you might love…

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One more win for Heemskerk powers Fiat/Minas to Jose Finkel team trophy

Femke Heemskerk and Cesar Cielo each won one more event each on the final day of competition to power Fiat/Minas to the team title at Brazil’s Jose Finkel Trophy.

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Katinka Hosszu Proving That Swimmers Can Make Pro-Athlete Wages

In the first two stops of the 2014 FINA World Cup Series, which took place in the same week in…


Kosuke Hagino breaks Asian 200 IM record with 1:55.33 at Japan Intercollegiate Champs

Daiya Seto and Kosuke Hagino swept the top two spots in the 200 IM, with Hagino breaking his own national and continental records.


College Swimming Previews: A young #11 Virginia starting to come into its own in year 2 of Augie Busch era

Courtney Bartholomew is now a junior, a part of a rising young nucleus that has Virginia fighting for a top 10 finish.


Michael McBroom, Breeja Larson and more join the battle for the Oklahoma Elite Pro Am in December

Breeja Larson is one of a host of breaststrokers now on the docket for Oklahoma’s Pro Am, which features the 50 breast as its rotating event in 2014.

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