17-Year-Old Carli Cronk had a historic summer, breaking the record for most medals ever won at a World Deaf Swimming Championships with 15 in the 6-day meet
The 17-year-old was nearly unstoppable, piling up 12 gold medals to go along with a pair of silvers to lead the U.S. to the top of the medal table.
Cronk heads to the World Championships after winning a record 12 gold medals at the Deaflympics last year.
15-year-old Gavin Keogh, who represents the Flatiron Athletic Club, is now tied for 26th-fastest all-time in the boy’s 15-16 age group.
Ben Sampson, the NCAA Division II Swimmer of the Year, notched a season best time to secure his 2024 Olympic Trials cut.
Widdows will arrive in Indiana in time for the 2024-2025 season, where she will join the Fighting Irish’s butterfly group.
Just a week after racing at Nationals, Leah Smith (above) posted a season best time of 4:39.83 in the 400 IM at the Austin Sectionals.
Katie Grimes is the clear-cut top-ranked recruit in the girls’ high school class of 2024 with NCAA-winning times in three events.
Cronk set three world records at the 2022 Deaflympics. She would have been Notre Dame’s fastest 400 IMer last season and will join them in the fall of 2024.
Butterfly specialist Emily Kitayama has announced her decision to continue her academic and athletic career at the University of Notre Dame.
First Colony Swim Team 18-year-old Logan Brown won the men’s 100 breast in 52.62.
Carmel Swim Club’s Alyssa Street has announced her commitment to the University of Notre Dame, beginning in the fall of 2024.
Speedo Winter Juniors – West opens tonight with a relay session featuring the timed finals of the 200 medley relay and the 800 freestyle relay.
USA Swimming announced Katie Grimes and Brennan Gravley as the Open Water Swimmers of the Year winners at the Annual Business Meeting.
Thompson, a member of the USA Deaflympics roster in 2022, will be arriving at Rutgers in time for the 2023-2024 season.