Swimming News: “Tandy’s going to have two years of eligibility left, but coming in with bests of 19.06 and 42.76, instantly becomes a National Championship contender.” (Swim Photo Credit: BFS)
The Spire Institute pool near Cleveland will get a second chance at hosting the NCAA Championships. (Photo Courtesy: Myrtha Pools)
In one of the more notable announcements of the FINA World Aquatics Convention going on this week in Moscow, FINA President Cornel Marcelescu revealed…
Baylor School head swimming coach, Dan Flack explains that even though he is the club and high school coach the program is a High School Team.
Baylor School is one of the most dominant high school programs in the country. Garrett talks with head coach Dan Flack about his training program.
“LeBron James and Derek Jeter leapfrogged the NCAA monopoly. While in high school, however, neither had the global visibility or brand power Franklin now commands.” (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning)
Annika Winsnes, a sprinter from Norway by way of Singapore, is among the highlights of a big class for Northwestern.
A post from the coaching staff after a tragic week at the Tampa Bay Aquatic Club.
Olympic champion and proud Cal Berkeley swimmer, Nathan Adrian, helps out teammates. (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Paul Powers (right) with coach Andrew Deichert, Became the 3rd-fastest 16 year old in history last weekend.
“Phelps appeared at the Olympic Center in Complexo do Almeao, in the center of a group of shantytowns that were still embroiled in drug-trafficking and gang as recently as 2010.” (Swim Photo Credit: EN)
The above is an artist’s rendering of the planned overhaul to the newly-renamed Uytengsu Aquatics Center. (Photo Courtesy: USC Athletics)
The Texas Swim Center is a fast, and comfortable, atmosphere that could produce spectacular results in 2014. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)