2018 Speedo Winter Junior Championships- West December 5-8, 2018 Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, Austin Texas SCY (25y)…
The ASCA reaffirmed its support of the ISL’s efforts in light of the Energy for Swim meet cancellation.
Former Washington State swimmer McKenzie Tolliver has been announced as a member of the newest class of the Women’s Football Hall of…
Day 2 finals live recap from Greensboro Aquatic Center.
USA Gymnastics, under fire from dozens of sex abuse lawsuits, has filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Fordham picked up a 182-86 win on the women’s side and a 161-109 win for the men against Manhattan on Wednesday. Highlighting the night’s action, Fordham junior Molly Dunn qualified for the NCAA Zone Championship by winning the one-meter diving event with a career-best score of 273.15.
Zoie Hartman scratched the 50 free to concentrate on the 200 IM, where she is top seed, in tonight’s final session.
The Conference office announced today that Abbey Weitzeil of CALIFORNIA was named Pac-12 Women’s Swimmer of the Month and UCLA’s Maria Polyakova was voted Pac-12 Women’s Diver of the Month for November.
Bangor swimmer Jack McMillan crushed a new Irish Senior National Record in the men’s 200m IM tonight in Lisburn.
Grace Sheble of NOVA of Virginia declined her spot in the A final of the 500 free to focus on the 200 IM.
The Conference office announced today that Andrew Seliskar of CALIFORNIA was named Pac-12 Men’s Swimmer of the Month and USC’s Henry Fusaro was voted Pac-12 Men’s Diver of the Month for November.
USA Women’s Senior National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced the Team USA roster for the upcoming exhibition matches with China and the Netherlands set to begin in Southern California on December 14.
Luca Urlando hit best times in both of his events today, including a #2 time in 15-16 history in the 200 IM.
Day 2’s prelims session was marked by some historic 50 free swims, including a 21.87 from Kate Douglass, an elite 13-14 swim from Claire Curzan and a sub-20 from Matt Brownstead.
The USA Swimming Foundation, the philanthropic arm of USA Swimming, and Swimways Corp., the leading pool and outdoor recreational products manufacturer, today announced a multi-year extension of their partnership that has successfully promoted the importance of teaching children the life-saving skill of swimming and being safer around the water.