En una jornada marcada nuevamente por triunfos de una delegación de Estados Unidos que ya es récord, la española Vázquez logra su segundo podio mundialista
We’re down to the penultimate morning of the 2019 World Junior Championships. Here are the storylines to watch for this morning:
Jake Magahey led off the USA men’s 4×200 free with 1:48.11, putting in motion what would be a World Junior Record-breaking performance.
A total of 1,850 athletes from 33 countries will be in action across 17 sports in the Peruvian capital from Friday 23 August to 1 September, making it the…
With the first USA Water Polo Division III National Championship set for December, Pomona-Pitzer begins the year as the top team in the CWPA DIII Top 10.
Kayla Van Der Merwe lowered her own British Age Group Record for 16-year-old girls with 1:07.06 in the 100m breaststroke final on Friday night.
Stanford’s Taylor Ruck has confirmed to SwimSwam that she will sit out the ’19-’20 college season while remaining in Canada to train for the 2020 Olympics.
Kayla van der Merwe and Evgenia Chikunova’s 100 breast along with USA’s David Curtiss’ 50 free all could eclipse more championship records tonight.
#12 Alexandra Crisera is one of four incoming freshmen for three-time defending NCAA champions Stanford. We start our countdown of women’s classes today.
Jake Magahey, Luca Urlando, Jake Mitchell and Carson Foster went 7:08.37, the best U.S. relay this year outside of World Championships.
Carson Foster nabbed 200m IM gold at these World Junior C’ships and the teen’s 1:46.10 anchor on the men’s 800 free relay helped the squad nail a new WJR.
Josh Matheny powered his way to a World Junior Championships gold in a new National Age Group Time in the 2breast – 2:09.40.
Day 4 was solid, with a few championship records, some exciting races, and once again ending in a world junior record. For that, I give Day 4…
14-year-old Athena Meneses Kovacs lowered her own Mexican National Age Group Record in the 50-meter butterfly on Friday night in Budapest.
St. Francis College Brooklyn announced the addition of Adrianna Warning as the school’s men’s and women’s diving assistant coach.