Sean Bloore will head to Utah and Natalie Amberg will travel south to UCLA next fall. (Photo Credit: Crow Canyon Sharks Twitter)
JCC Waves signed six senior athletes to Division I swim programs last week. (Photo Credit: JCC Waves)
Swimming Canada has published selection criteria for 2014 Commonwealth Games, 2014 Pan Pacific Championships, 2014 Junior Pan Pacific Championships and…
Missouri’s Dani Barbiea’s time in prelims of the 100 fly would have won NCAA’s last season – by half-a-second.
USA Swimming today announced that Carol Capitani (Austin, Texas) will replace Jack Bauerle as the United States women’s head coach…
Baylor School signed five athletes to Division I swimming program. (Photo Credit: Dan Flack)
It has been approximately 10 months since John Atkinson was hired as the High Performance Director of Swimming Canada and…
UNLV’s Dillon Virva now leads the nation in the 50 free.
HardCore Swim of the Week: Michael Andrew Breaks Two National Age Group Records in Minneapolis; Shows Off Versatility
Michael Andrew’s two National Age Group Records weren’t special just because they were records. It’s specifically because of which two events they came in.
Bolles swimmers Luke Georgiadis & Salem Peacock will head north together next year to University of Virginia (Photo Credit: Valaree Georgiadis)
Kennedy had been a swimmer at Harvard when Kiphuth was coaching Yale. Swimming helped JFK survive WWII and become the war hero that helped launch his political career. He also swam in the White House pool almost every day to relieve his chronic bad back.
Nobody was coasting through the morning prelims at the 2013 Art Adamson Invitational in College Station, Texas.
Minnesota’s high school girls class AA (big schools) championships saw state records broken in all three relays, and Chanhassen junior…
Jacquie Kinman, left, and Brianna Mount, right, from GPAC are two of the four swimmers will swim for Division I programs next year. (Photo Credit: Tony Giberson)
Katie Ledecky and Missy Franklin Are In The Running For ESPN’s Most Impactful Female Athletes Of 2013
Missy Franklin and Katie Ledecky are in the running for the Most Impactful Female Athletes of 2013. You can vote on the ESPNW site or through twitter with the hashtag #Impact10 and their full name.