Belmonte will reportedly decide this Sunday, July 26th as to whether or not she will compete in Kazan.
Toronto, Canada is mulling over a 2024 Olympic bid, and the city’s mayor says the official decision will be made “very quickly.”
So here is a shoutout to our kids for their unwavering commitment to what happens between the lane lines.
“I’m excited for my future at FGCU and feel like it’s a perfect fit for me training and swimming wise. It’s an amazing program and I’m so glad to be apart of it soon!”
Winning two consecutive world championship titles is something that French star Camille Lacourt has put himself in a good position to achieve, but it won’t be an easy task.
Both U.S. divers competing on the opening day of the FINA World Championships advanced to the finals. Kristian Ipsen was 4th and Michael Hixon was 9th in prelims.
Olympic open water swimming nominations will be on the line this week when the next generation of Australian 10km swimmers contest the 2015 World Championships.
After a historic career at FGCU, swimming record-holder Emma Svensson will serve as the CCSA’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.
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USA Women’s Senior National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced the roster for the upcoming 2015 FINA World Championship in Kazan, Russia.
Chip Peterson (USA) and Christine Jennings (USA) were the winners of the seventh leg of the FINA/HOSA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup, taking place in Lake St-Jean, Québec, Canada, on July 23.
13-year old Ethan swam possibly the fastest ever 200 meter breaststroke by an American swimmer of his age on Thursday.
In the first men’s event of the day, the relay from King Aquatic Club won with a new national record of 1:33.72.
A sweep of individual events by the Ohio State Swim Club was led by a lifetime-best Aliena Schmidtke 100 fly on day 2 of the Sectional meet in Columbus.
Masters swimmers will share the pool with Russian sprint legend Alexander Popov, who is slated to swim at the 2015 Masters World Championships.