Australia’s Ariarne Titmus has a legitimate shot to be apart of three world records in Tokyo.
Sandpipers’ Katie Grimes dropped 5 seconds in her 400 yard IM today, nearing Katie Hoff’s 13-14 National Age Group record of 4:08.44 which she set in 2004.
Olympian and former World Record holder Ariana Kukors Smith has given birth to her first child alongside her husband Matthew Smith.
Kukors Smith was the 2009 World Champion in the 200 IM, setting a World Record with her winning swim. Her baby is due September 1.
Let’s go back and remember what was going on during the 4th day of the Olympic Trials back in 2012 and 2016.
Mitchell, an Olympic gold medalist, former Division I coach, and current Caltech athletic director, has seen swimming from all angles.
American swimmer Katie Hoff broke American Records, World Records and won 3 Olympic medals in ’08, but in spite of huge expectations, none of them were gold.
Olympian Ariana Kukors Smith has settled her lawsuit against USA Swimming over sexual abuse she says she suffered at the hands of former coach Sean Hutchison.
A 2018 search of swim coach Sean Hutchison’s apartment turned up no crimes within the statute of limitations, according to documents obtained by SwimSwam.
Ariana Kukors Smith has settled her civil lawsuit against former USA Swimming national team director Mark Schubert, but the other defendants remain.
Katinka Hosszu wasted no time in her quest for her 4th-straight World Champs title in the 200 IM, dropping a 2:07.02 in prelims.
Documents obtained by the Southern California News Group allegedly show that USA Swimming cut off the Kukors-Hutchison investigation before the assigned FBI agent could interview important witnesses.
Former coach Sean Hutchinson’s permanent ban has been finalized.
Sean Hutchison, the former coach of Olympian Ariana Kukors and the now-defunct USA Swimming Center of Excellence at FAST, has been permanently banned from Olympic sports by the U.S. Center for Safesport.
Brooks comes from the KING Aquatic Club in Seattle, where he left amidst what he called “chaos in the system.”