South African sprinter Brad Tandy, who spent last season with the New York Breakers, will join the expansion Tokyo Frog Kings for the 2020 ISL season.
The camp is the first step toward a plan put in place by British swim coach Sean Kelly, RFEN’s new National Performance Director for the sport of swimming.
The right combination of vitamins and minerals can help prime your body to take on whatever else 2020 throws at it, in or out of the pool.
Following the Big Ten and Pac-12, the Mountain West Conference will resume its football season this fall. Games will begin the week of October 24.
“I’m really excited to finally be able to race again,” says 2016 Olympic athlete Annika Bruhn of Germany on heading to Heidelberg.
Kennedy, who’s known for her short yardage at practice and meets, goes into why a combination of in-water and out-of-water workouts work best for her
While competing on day 1 of the 2020 Queensland Championships, Lani Pallister crushed a new senior Australian National Record in the women’s 800m freestyle.
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Sprinter Maddie Fritz has committed to swim for DI University of New Hampshire beginning in fall 2021. She will be joining the Wild Cats’ class of 2025.
Backstroker Raf Hendriks from Berg en Terblijt, Netherlands has committed to Saint Cloud State University for the fall of 2020.
The Pac-12 CEO Group announced today that Pac-12 sports will be returning sooner than expected.
Former US National Teamer and Cal Bear Catherine Breed became the 5th woman to swim across Monterey Bay, finishing the 25-mile swim in under 13 hours.
Lainey Quinones will bring “A” final-ready times for Big East Championships to Villanova when she arrives in the fall of 2021.
The return of Big Ten football – even in a pandemic-shortened season – should bring a good percentage of TV revenue back to schools, experts say.
The expansion Toronto Titans of the International Swimming League have lost one of their biggest stars for the 2020 regular season, but added 2 new swimmers.