Sydney Tobias of Springfield, Illinois has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Grace McGinnis of Oakland Live Y’ers and Rochester Adams High School has verbally committed to University of Miami for 2018-19.
Kevin Spear of Reading Memorial High School and Crimson Aquatics has verbally committed to the Drexel Dragons for 2018-19.
200 fly specialist Leko is the first high school class of 2018 commit to Dartmouth.
Newcomers Nick Hogsed and Freya Rayner each won a pair of races for Ohio State.
The Baylor School Natatorium, the only 50m pool in the Chattanooga area, plays hosts to a number of big meets….
Dolphin Kick, the 5th Stroke, matters. Learn how to dolphin kick faster…on your back.
The World Swimming Association, conceived as an alternative governing body for international swimming, is working on ensuring its constitution is compliant with various legal bodies and has plans for a Ring of Fire tour in Asia, with more information to come early next year.
Italian Gabriele Detti has withdrawn from the final cluster of the FINA World Cup citing shoulder problems.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has voted to lift one small part of the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB)’s suspension, allowing it to participate in several important organizational meetings this week.
Though most of us don’t end up getting the night off practice, these 11 swimmers (or swim teams) still found a way to go hard this Halloween.
Triton and Open Water Planet are encouraging you to upgrade your typical holiday festivities and celebrate on the beach!
I’m definitely a “glass half full” person. I don’t like negative talk on the pool deck because I understand there isn’t a perfect team, perfect coach or perfect swimmer.
The “WTRX” (Water Xtreme) class, designed in partnership with Speedo USA, a division of PVH Corp. (NYSE: PVH), and Healthy Way of Life Company, Life Time®, is changing the perception of the “aqua” class by combining the intensity and camaraderie of the ultimate boot camp with effective, lower impact water movements.
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Native son Ben Fenwick of Fort Mill High School and SwimMAC Carolina has elected to make his verbal commitment to the University of South Carolina.