Kenyon College freshman Crile Hart was named the Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) Division III Honda Sports Award for swimming & diving, the organization announced earlier this week.
The Brazilian Confederation of School Sports, or CBDE, has announced its roster for the 2018 World School Games, which are to be held in Marrakech, Morocco from May 2nd to May 9th.
Drury University sophomore Bailee Nunn has been named the Division II Honda Athlete of the Year Nominee for swimming & diving,…
2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES Thursday, April 5th – Tuesday, April 10th (swimming) Optus Aquatic Centre, Gold Coast, Australia Prelims at 10:30am…
Swimmer Adam Peaty is one athlete that nobody wants to miss, having become a household name after claiming the top 10 fastest times ever for the 100-metre breaststroke.
54 Brazilian swimmers are entered in the 10k open water marathon, the first event of the 2018 Troféu Brasil, or Brazilian National Championships.
The Australian women slaughtered the 400 free relay world record.
Olympic Champion Cody Miller is becoming a youtube star. Cody Miller Adventures, his video series, gives you everything you want with an inside look into the elite athlete lifestyle.
Indiana head coach Ray Looze is one of the hottest coaches in the country thanks to success of the Hoosiers’ men’s, women’s, and pro groups.
Australian Olympic silver medalist Maddie Groves is getting back in the groove, capturing the 2nd fastest 100m fly time of her career en route to claiming the top seed.
The USA Men’s National Team finished preliminary play undefeated at the FINA Intercontinental Tournament after beat China 14-2.
MSU-Moorhead sponsors only a women’s team, which competes in NCAA’s Division II. The Dragons finished 5th at the 2018 NSIC Championships out of the 7 teams competing.
Scot Dan Wallace no longer appears within the list of Commonwealth Games 400m IM entrants, despite winning gold back at the 2014 Games.
Sarah Sjostrom won the 50 fly on day 1 of the Swim Open Stockholm.
Overshadowed by the women’s stunning 4x100m freestyle record led by the fierce Cate Campbell, teen Ariarne Titmus came within hundredths of the Australian national record in the women’s 200m freestyle, securing her Pan Pacific Championships roster slot in the process.