The D-BAND™ is worn around the ankles, holding the feet and legs together while swimming, to eliminate kicking.
Hayden Curley of Lake Highland Preparatory School and Highlander Aquatic Club has made a verbal commitment to the University of Louisville.
The Missouri State women have taken thirteen Missouri Valley Conference titles since 2003, and anyone following along would most likely…
Ruby Martin of West High School and Iowa Flyers Swim Club has verbally committed to the Arizona State University Sun Devils for 2018-19.
Louisville has released its schedule for this year’s NCAA season. They’ll kick off their season with two invitational-style meets, facing…
Should your swimmer only swim, or participate in several sports? As a swim mom for almost 15 years, I’ve had this conversation on the pool deck over and over.
In the most Florida Gator thing imaginable, sophomore Savanna Faulconer took the top qualifying spots in the 500 free and 200 IM back-to-back to kick off the 2017 All-Florida Invite.
The German Swimming Association, in an effort to revive their public swimming pools, announced yesterday that Hessian state government has…
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About two-thirds of SwimSwam voters support the World Swimming Association as an alternative to FINA as the international governing body for aquatic sports.
As part of the upcoming European Week of Sport, Irish National Team members are attempting to break the 100x50m free world record.
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Australia will swim at the Canadian Open Championships instead of the IPC World Championships, if/when they get rescheduled.
British Swimming has announced its Podium and Podium Potential performance squads for 2018, with a couple notable performers left off the list.
Two-time silver medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games, Duncan Scott, has been honored with Team Scotland’s ‘Male Athlete of the Year Award’.