Just as the mornings start to get dull and grey in the North and temperatures start dropping, the inaugural Barbados Int’l Masters Swim Meet will kick off in bright sunshine at the outdoor pool at the Barbados Aquatic Centre (October 29-31).
15 year old Yeonsu Lee broke the 15 year old age group mark in the 200 butterfly…
Established in 1966, King Aquatic Club (KING) is the premier youth sports program in the Seattle-Tacoma Metropolitan area.
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Nicholas Santos will head to the U.S. to train for the 2016 Olympics.
Femke Heemskerk broke the Netherlands’ national 200 IM record, then came back to power her 4×100 free relay to victory on night 5 in Brazil.
The Michigan Wolverines, two years removed from the NCAA title, will have a very different-feeling season in 2014-2015.
After one of the best recruiting seasons in Ray Looze’s tenure at Indiana, the Hoosiers have kicked off their 2014…
Sometimes it’s hard to remember that standout swimmers like Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel are both still in high school, however the two national team stars highlighted a list of nearly 1800 swimmers honored by USA Swimming as 2013-2014 Scholastic All-America team members.
Miki Uchida was the star of Japan’s Intercollegiate Championships today, breaking a national record in the 50 free that was nearly as old as she is.
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Thomas Dahlia is part of a loaded breaststroke group that will look to fill the big NCAA scoring hole left by double-national champ Joao de Lucca.
The Air Force men’s swimming and diving team announced their schedule for the 2014-2015 which will start with a meet at home in Colorado against Colorado Mines and Colorado Mesa.
Amy Bilquist of the Carmel Swim Club has shared her four planned official college cisits with indyStar.com.
Australia’s Melanie Schlanger and the U.S.A.’s Nathan Adrian put their sprinting skills on display in Singapore and were handily rewarded for it, to the tune of $20,000.
The dual season finishes up with the women’s team traveling to Conference USA foe Marshall for a final tune-up before the Conference USA Championships February 18-21.