In what is easily the most exciting World Cup points race in a long time on the women’s side, Sarah Sjostrom and Katinka Hosszu put up identical 48-point totals in Tokyo, leaving Sjostrom with a 15-point lead heading into the tour’s final stop.
Bryant University women’s swimming and diving junior Alaina Scifo (Ipswich, Great Britain) was named the Northeast Conference Swimmer of the Week for the second straight week.
It’s Aggie Nation, and the hosts Texas A&M look to dominate their own mid-season invite this week.
After a record-setting meet at Marshall, Liberty freshman Lauren Chennault has been named CCSA Women’s Diver of the Week.
58-year-old Gerard Dunn competed at the Irish Open Diving Championships, becoming the oldest senior competitor in event history.
Katinka Hosszus is entered in 15 events in her bid to overtake Sarah Sjostrom as World Cup Series champion, while Joseph Schooling makes his home country debut in the series.
The Queens University of Charlotte swimming program will host the ninth annual Fall Frenzy sponsored this year by Sheraton/Le Meridien at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center.
Stockport Metro is hosting their annual November meet this weekend, with action kicking off at the Life Leisure Grand Central facility on Friday, November 16th. British Olympic medalist James Guy is among those expected to attend.
At some point, we need to step back a bit and let our kids take control of their lives, while hovering a few feet away, hoping it all works out.
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At the Beijing Olympics Jason Lezak swam one of the most unreal races in swimming history. Here’s how he unleashed the power of competing to make it happen.
Nianguo Liu posted a decisive win in the 200 free, breaking 1:40 for a 1:38.98, the 2nd fastest time in the Ivy League this Fall.