Nor’wood Development Group donates land for Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs, home of the U.S. Olympic Training Center and the headquarters for USA Swimming, will get another Olympic attraction, a museum and Hall of Fame.

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FINA to Consider Adding Short Course Meters Junior World Records in November

Earlier this year, FINA, the global governing body for swimming, decided to start tracking Junior World Records in long course…

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VIDEO: “Unite, Achieve, Succeed” from YMCA Summer Nationals

YMCA Swimming has put together this video, melding highlights of the YMCA National Championships in Indianapolis with coaches and swimmers talking about what YMCA swimming means to them.

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Northern Michigan University Approves Addition of Men’s Swimming

The Northern Michigan pool will get a little more crowded beginning int he fall of 2015.

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USA Swimming Announces 2014 Golden Goggles Nominees

After winning gold in his big comeback meet in the 100 fly, Michael Phelps has returned to the list of Golden Goggles nominees.


College Swimming Previews: Huge Freshman Class Will Determine Outcome Of #7 Arizona’s 2014-2015 Season

Nobody has swam faster times in the 100 or 200 yard breaststrokes ever, his personal bests remaining at 50.04 and 1:48.66 from last year’s NCAA Championships. Cordes is the 2013 and 2014 NCAA swimmer of the year and with safe starts should help the Arizona medley relay teams find success as well.


Four records fall on opening night of State Teams

The first session of the 2014 State Teams Age Short Course Championships saw four meet records fall to three different…

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Megan Zindel: “Purple Always Was My Favorite”

Megan Zindel has verbally committed to the Truman State Bulldogs.

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Gators Set to Take on Arkansas in Season Opener

Press release: Let the 42nd season of Florida women’s swimming and diving begin!

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$300,000 on offer for Cluster #2 – Fina Swimming World Cup

Among men, Olympic champion Chad Le Clos (RSA) currently leads the overall rankings with 120 points, closely followed by Hungary’s Daniel Gyurta (116 points). Australian Thomas Fraser-Holmes completes the top-3 with 93 points.

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2014 Asian Games – Sun Yang Repeats, Balandin Sweeps, Chinese Defeat The Japanese – Day Six Recap

World record-holder Sun Yang looks to repeat as the men’s 1500 free champ at the final session of the 2014 Asian Games.


TCU Swim & Dive Host Tulane Saturday Sept 27th

Head Coach Richard Sybesma and the Frogs open up their 36th season together and third in the Big 12. Last season, TCU’s women’s squad posted a 6-2 record, including a spotless 3-0 mark in conference play.

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Vergnoux Named Spanish Coach of the Year

Fred Vergnoux was awarded the Trophy Alejandro Lopez…

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Cristian Quintero and Albert Subirats Lead Venezuela to Central American & Caribbean Games

NCAA Champion Cristian Quintero will lead Venezuela to the CACG in Veracruz, Mexico in November.

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Californian Backstroker Abby Chopp Commits to Kenyon

The Kenyon Ladies have secured a commitment from Conejo Simi Swim Club’s Abby Chopp. Chopp is a senior at La Reina High…

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