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The Auburn Tigers will face one of the toughest regular-season schedules in the country in 2016-2017.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace will return to Auburn University as a graduate assistant.
Cate and Bronte Campbell of Australia will get the chance to redeem themselves in the 50m freestyle today after both failing to make the podium in the 100 last night.
Katie Ledecky will look for her second straight 800 free Olympic title tonight.
Ilya Druzhinin had a terrific 1500m free this morning that almost saw him make the final out of heat 2.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace has scratched the 100 fly for this morning.
The World Record in the women’s 50 freestyle is on watch at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, and the showdown will see 3 of the top 10 fastest all time performers go head to head.
SwimMAC Elite’s ‘AVW’ swam her way to a 24.68 50m freestyle tonight in Greensboro.
Auburn coach Brett Hawke has been named an assistant coach for the Brazilian Olympic team, the school announced on Twitter today.
FINIS, Inc., a worldwide leader in technical swimming development, is proud to announce a team of eight sponsored athletes who will be heading to Rio this summer.
Joanna Evans, Dylan Carter (pictured above), and Timothy Wynter all swam FINA ‘B’ Olympic qualifying times last night at the Caribbean Islands Swimming Championships.
Yesterday at the Caribbean Islands Swimming Championships, the Bahamas’ Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace swam a FINA ‘B’ standard in the 100 fly. Her signature 50 free will be Sunday.
Want to know what it’s like to be a professional athlete? Well, take a behind-the-scenes look at some of the #TeamFINIS professional swimmers who had a photoshoot in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix Country Day School.
Jay Litherland hit a lifetime-best to win the 200 IM on Sunday night.