The 2017 USA College Challenge kicks off Saturday night at USC.
In Episode TWO of the “MP Journey Series” Michael Phelps and Coach Bob Bowman breakdown setting goals.
In light of the fires occurring in Napa, California, and subsequently diluting the air quality in much of the Bay Area, a few of the cal post grads have traveled to UCSD for the week to train
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Kelsey Lloyd, of Diamond Bar High School and BREA Aquatics, has verbally committed to the University of the Pacific for 2018-19.
Alyssa Conley of Carmel, Indiana has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Pittsburgh for 2018-19.
Molly Green of Sheridan, Wyoming and Erin Eccleston from Loveland, Colorado have both announced their intention to swim for the University of Wyoming in the fall of 2018.
Richard Spencer is set to speak at the University of Florida in Gainesville today, and both the Governor of Florida and the President of the University are on high-alert. Additionally, the Indiana University has sent an IUPD officer as added security.
The world of open water has exploded over the past decade with the open water race being added to the Olympic lineup at the 2008 Beijing games.
Simone Manuel will no longer compete at this year’s College Challenge.
Rachel Hicks from Eagle Swimming Association and Atascocita High School in Humble, Texas has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Houston for 2018-19.
While SwimSwam was covering the SMU Classic, our own Coleman Hodges embedded with the Louisville women to document what meet life looked like for them
In light of the fires occurring in Napa, California, and subsequently dilluting the air quality in much of the Bay Area, a few of the cal post grads have traveled to UCSD for the week to train
Congratulations go to Kaylin Yost and Matthew Klotz as they are named USA Deaf Sports Federation’s Sportswoman and Sportsman of 2017.