Matthew Klotz (middle) broke the Deaf Swimming World Record in the 100 backstroke on Sunday in Seattle, Washington. Pictured here with the 2nd (Tadaobu Tokiwa) and 3rd (Joshua Swart) place finishers in the race.
With all the college meets going on all around us, who knew the age group swimmers were still going strong?…
The girls of Charlotte Catholic won their 14th straight high school state title in North Carolina, getting wins from Nora McCullagh and Becca Postoll.
In Briefs 02/15/15: Le Clos Earns Award, Ireland’s Amateurs Receive Funding, Van der Burgh Feels “Renjuvenated”
A collection of brief aquatic-themed stories from across the web for the week ending Sunday, February 15, 2015. …..South African…
Lindsay Morrow broke the Colorado class 4A state record in the 100 back and won two individual events to lead Evergreen High to their second-consecutive 4A state title.
Marcelo Acosta Breaks Louisville School Records in 1000, 1650 Frees to Finish Louisville First Chance Meet
Arthur Albiero’s squads have broken four school records in two days, even with their conference championship meets to come.
Freshman Nick Arakelian of Queens shared Swimmer of the Meet honors with teammate Matt Josa for his performance at the 2015 Bluegrass Mountain Conference championships.
The second stop of 2015’s Arena Pro Swim Series wrapped up yesterday in Orlando, but not without some world-topping swims…
Stina Colleou’s first-place finish in the 100 Breast contributed to the Ute’s win over the Idaho Vandals Saturday.
Singapore Swimming continues to build momentum with Sergio Lopez leading the way as the new National Team head coach.
Rose Bowl’s Ronald Dalmacio has broken the National Age Group Record in the boys’ 100 yard backstroke.
FFN Golden Tour in Amiens Day 3: Katinka Hosszu Wins 4 of 6 Events, Cements Place at Top of Standings
The Amiens stage of the French Swimming Federation’s “Golden Tour” wound up on Sunday with yet another outstanding showing from…
The University of Montreal Carabins won both the men’s and women’s competition at the RSEQ Swimming Championships which acts as…
The team of Phillip Kay, Ryan Telford, Ryan Kelly, and Javier Acevedo put forth a 3:54.06 to break their previous Ontario record of 3:54.10 set in 2014.
Former Florida training partners Conor Dwyer and Elizabeth Beisel continue to lead the Arena Pro Swim Series with three stops remaining.