Almost half of voters considered the experimental 800 free a “great addition” to the ISL’s event lineup, with 31% worrying about the complexity of scoring.
After a 2-year retirement, the Brazilian and South American Record holder Graciele Herrmann is back in training to represent Paraguay at the 2024 Games.
The Atlantic University Sports (AUS) conference of Canada has announced the cancellation of the remainder of their 2020 / 2021 sporting season.
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Colby Orcutt, whose older brother Daniel won the High School Heisman in 2016, has been named one of 12 finalists for the 2020 award.
What a difference several years and thousands of laps can make as we compare present-day ISL swimmers to their younger selves.
We sat down with 14-time World Champion and ISL Champion, Olivia Smoliga to get the inside scoop into the Cali Condor secret sauce
Caeleb Dressel broke four world records in the month of November, including three in the ISL finale, leading his Cali Condors to the league title.
The Georgia Bulldogs had great showings at their fall invitational, while several Georgia-based pros stood out in the ISL taking place in Hungary.
Av Osero, who won 4 consecutive Wisconsin High School State Titles, has announced that she’ll be a Golden Gopher after Iowa cut their program.
Diego Nosack highlighted the THSC intrasquad with multiple best times alongside his brother and other standout swimmers from the Beaverton U.S. Open.
Coming off a standout ISL season, Pickrem heads to Toronto to join the elite training group that includes Olympic medalists Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck.
From Leigh Russell, “I think the sentiment was that she wanted to ensure that every single dollar went straight to athlete support.”