Gold medalist Lydia Jacoby, the first-ever Olympic swimmer from Alaska, is one of 38 nominees for the prestigious AAU Sullivan Award.
Paralympic swimmers Evan Austin and Leanne Smith have been nominated for the 2021 ESPY Awards in the “Best Athlete with a Disability” category.
The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee has added six new members to its board of directors beginning in 2021, and bringing athlete representation above 33%.
This week’s BSN Sports Team of the Week is the US Paralympic Team, whose two major championship meets of the year are still coming up this month and next.
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Under longtime head coach Brian Loeffler, the Greyhounds swim team has had a worldwide impact far beyond what one might typically expect from a mid-major team.
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Anthony Ervin doesn’t know exactly what the next 18 months hold for him in terms of swimming, but he’ll be getting…
Courtesy: United States Olympic Committee SAN FRANCISCO – The United States Olympic Committee board of directors approved three new members…
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games will feature six fewer swim races in total than in Rio.
Swimmers received three wins and 10 nominations at the 2017 ESPY Awards.
The 2017 Team USA Awards presented by Dow, Best of the Year, will take place at Royce Hall on UCLA’s…
Becca Meyers (above) won the 2015 ESPY Award for Best Female Athlete With a Disability.
Paralympic Games Champion, Brad Snyder, is among the athletes competing in the 2017 Invictus Games.
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Five-time Paralympic gold medalist Brad Snyder will compete in Sunday’s 2-mile open water Alcatraz Swim For Sight event to raise funds and awareness for visual impairments.
Snyder, a Navy veteran blinded in Afghanistan, won three gold medals at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games.