With his commitment to DII Lees-McRae, Higdon is the first swimmer from Hargrave to sign to swim in college in over 20 years.
Rollins College, a DII program in Florida, secured a pair of commitments for this fall from Chance Ricca and Payden Knettles.
BATS’ Jack Armstrong posted a lifetime best in a super tight finish, advancing on to the Wave II meet in his last individual event of the meet
Missy Cundiff expressed that she had few expectations coming into the meet, and certainly didn’t see herself jumping 45 spots in the psych sheet
Mike Tirico will be joining Rowdy Gaines as a play-by-play announcer for Wave II of the US Olympic Trials, which begin on Sunday, June 13.
10,000 volunteers set to work at the Games have pulled out, though the IOC insists they will have enough numbers to ensure a smoothly run event
13-year-old Jackl Vivien broke the record for her age in the 400 IM at the National Youth Championships. Krisztina Egerszegi set the previous record in 1987.
A settlement worth $13.85 million has been reached between female water polo players and USA Water Polo and International Water Polo Club.
Michael Chadwick and Jacob Pebley are champions in the pool and on the stool thanks to a partnership with Squatty Potty…
Fly/free specialist Kailee Chow of Fullerton Aquatics Sports Team in Southern California will swim for Hawaii beginning in the fall of 2022.
The Australian Olympic Trials begin on Saturday but 15-year-old Flynn Southam has opted not to compete at the prestigious event.
Il CIO ha comunicato i nomi dei 29 atleti che faranno parte della squadra degli atleti rifugiati a Tokyo 2021, tra questi 2 nuotatori
The London Roar will have the option to retain most of their star Australians who sat out last season, and the LA Current have some key 2019 returnees, too.
British sprinter Emily Haimes from Mount Kelly Swimming has announced her transfer to Nebraska after 2 years at West Virginia.
Kristin Cornish made the most out of the opportunity, getting on her pace early, and doing the best job of anyone in the field at holding her pace