USA Swimming is now accepting online applications for phase two of its COVID-19 Relief Program, which offers up to $1.5 million to support swim clubs.
The YMCA of Central Florida will not resume its competitive aquatics programs as the YMCA returns from closure during the coronavirus pandemic.
Yuriko Koike seguirá siendo la autoridad política de la capital japonesa, una noticia que trae alivio al COI para evitar más imprevistos en los Juegos.
Representantes nacionales del equipo senior y junior volverán a competir fuera del país el mes próximo, en piscina de 50 metros. Los detalles, aquí.
Bowdoin College canceled fall and winter sports for the fall semester of 2020 – that includes the first half of the season for its swimming & diving teams.
Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia has officially canceled fall sports in response to the coronavirus pandemic, impacting football and cross country.
Sarah Sjostrom sfida le consuetudini sui velocisti ed affronta una sessione di allenamento nelle acque libere dinanzi al porto di Skanörs Hamn, in Svezia
Con el regreso al agua de Delfina Pignatiello y la reciente vuelta de Federico Grabich este lunes, ya son 13 los nadadores argentinos en actividad.
In this Gold Medal Minute takeover of the SwimSwam Podcast we have Olympic swimming icon and television star Summer Sanders.
New Jersey has officially moved to Stage 2 of its coronavirus reopening plan, with outdoor pools allowed to reopen at 50% capacity.
The revised procedures have been brought on due to the coronavirus pandemic, with many other countries expected to do the same in the coming weeks and months
In Inghilterra le linee guida per la riapertura delle piscine hanno bandito lo stile farfalla. Le bracciate ampie non sarebbero in linea con le misure
#BeALifesaver is the message from this ad, which highlights the dangers of children swimming unsupervised in the open water
Swim England invia lettera al governo per chiedere aiuti finanziari agli impianti che a causa del periodo di chiusura rischiano di fallire
Though some clubs had already gotten permission to resume training, all pools in Minnesota will be allowed to open at 50% capacity as of tomorrow, June 10.