MA also answered the question “where would you have gone to college?”
The defending champions Longmont are now in 4A, and filling that void, Evergreen (above) captured their 3rd state title in girls’ swimming.
The AIA, the same organization that governs most of Arizona’s high school sports, including swimming, has recognized esports as an official varsity high school sport in the state.
Michael Petrides dropped a 1:35.3 200 free to win the 200 free, while Jaek Horner split a 24.70 as Kamehama smashed the state record in the 200 medley relay.
Syosset takes home Nassau County Championship. Garden City’s Newmark re-writes record book.
The entire swimming community was shocked to learn that Japanese swimming superstar Rikako Ikee has been diagnosed with leukemia, just months after becoming the first-ever Asian Games MVP.
Pernille Blume, the 2016 Olympic champion in the 50 free, has undergone surgery to close a small hole in her heart.
The newly-formed Utah Class 6A saw ten state records fall, while Lone Peak’s Jordan Tiffany set two overall Utah state records.
With the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan just under 530 days away, organizers reiterate that the construction of the brand new, key athletic venues continues to be on track.
The girls of Wasatch High School won a Utah class 5A state title by just two points while winning a single event. Meanwhile the Brighton High boys won their 5A title without taking a single event, rolling up multiple top-3 finishes along the way.
After an extensive search, Saddleback El Toro Swim Team (SET) has hired Bryan Dedeaux from Lake Forest, California, as the club’s new head age group coach.
Colorado High School Girl’s Swimming & Diving State Championship Meet – 4A February 7th-8th, 2019 VMAC, Thornton, Colorado Meet Results…
Gabi Reed from South Carolina Swim Club has elected to remain in-state to swim for the Gamecocks in 2020-21.
Hungarian superstar Katinka Hosszu has announced her intention to swim all three stops of the 2019 Nordic Swim Tour, which will kick off in Helsinki April 1st and 2nd.
According to the Associated Press, three individuals that are being held in connection with an attack on three Serbian water polo players from Red Star Belgrade will face hate crime charges.