This set of interactive graphs breaks down invites to the women’s NCAA Championships by conference. The powerful SEC nabbed over a quarter of all the NCAA swimming invites and 15 more than second-place Pac-12.
Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson joined an eager group of school children today at George Square in Glasgow today to take part in a ceremony where the Commonwealth flag was raised…
“Unbelievable!” is the title of a new book that will be released in April. The book will allow swimming fans to gain insight into Chad le Clos’ life…
Joel Ax of SCAD Savannah talks with SwimSwam’s Anne Lepesant about his NAIA meet record in the 200 free (1:36.71), and about his first year as a student-artist-athlete.
Troy addressed the importance of relay preparation including exchanges, as well as a slightly different event schedule for Gator star Elizabeth Beisel at the meet.
Logan Lassley, of Oklahoma Baptist, won the 50 free at the 2014 NAIA National Championships with a meet-record time of 19.71. He talks with SwimSwam about his motivation, and what comes next.
Snyder has qualified at least one athlete for the state tournament in each of the past 50 seasons, a testament to success and longevity.
Columbia Swim Club’s Elizabeth Walker finally broke through with her first two wins of the weekend, both lifetime-bests and huge time drops. Michael Andrew and Jacob Molacek continued to impress while Chelsea Tatlow took home her third win of the meet.
Chris Conlon, head coach of men’s and women’s swimming at SCAD Savannah spoke with SwimSwam about his teams’ season and the 2014 NAIA National Championships.
Peter Brothers tested the waters at a couple of universities but feels the wisest decision is to stay in his backyard.
After posting a 52.26 to win the men’s 100 butterfly at the South American Games on Sunday, Venezuelan Albert Subratis finds himself on top of the world rankings…
Cranbrook Kingswood took home the team trophy by winning the 200 medley relay and the 200 IM with junior Mitch Buccalo.
Michael Andrew has broken his 3rd National Age Group Record of the Jenks Sectional Championship meet.
Even the great Nick McCrory has to earn his way to NCAA’s through the zone diving championships.
Birmingham Brother Rice overcame 4-time defending champs Saline High School to win the Michigan Division I boys state title.