Courtesy: Swimming Canada BERLIN – Aurélie Rivard of Swimming Canada’s High Performance Centre – Quebec lowered her world record twice…
With the new classification system in place, para athletes have begun the reclassification process – but the sport seems plagued with as much disarray as ever.
Alice Tai and Maisie Summers-Newton highlighted the first day of the 2018 British Para Swimming International with world records in their respective classes.
The Cincinnati Para-Swimming Open saw an onslaught against the national record books, with 8 American records and 5 Pan-American records falling over just two days of racing.
The United States Olympic Committee today announced finalists for the Team USA Awards presented by Dow, Best of April, which recognize the outstanding achievements of Team USA athletes from the last month. Para swimmers Robert Griswold and Leanne Smith are among those up for the award.
Konkoly and Gaffney were both reclassified at the World Para Swimming World Series stop in Indianapolis.
Coan set a new 400 free American record Thursday night, setting the tone for three days of fast swimming in Indianapolis.
Lomas is currently Swimming Australia’s High Performance Executive Manager, and he has been working for Swimming Australia since 2010.
Dutch para swimmer Bas Takken took down the men’s S10 1500m freestyle record held by American Ian Silverman.
One defending Paralympic champ is New Zealand’s Sophie Pascoe in the SM10 200 IM. Pascoe blew out the Rio field with a 2:24.90 that still holds up as the world record.
British Swimming has begun the mandated para swimming reclassification process, including the move of Olympic gold medalist Ollie Hynd from S8 to S9.
Huang Wenpan, a successful Chinese para swimmer who won multiple medals in Rio, died today in a car accident.
Professor Stephen Hawking was an extraordinary man and a pioneer for all people with an impairment around the world. He embodied the word ability more than anyone.
It appears no American female SM5 swimmer had completed a sanctioned 400 IM before Beelner.
Indian swimmer-turned-coach Prasanta Karmakar, a bronze medalist at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, has been suspended for 3 years by the India…