We’re back for the weekly installment of SwimSwam’s TopTenTweets.
Women’s NCAA conference championships have wrapped up, meaning it’s time for our last Power Rankings of the season. Stanford is still the runaway #1 team in the land, but the rest of the top 20 has shuffled up pretty considerably as more teams start to show their cards in the hunt for NCAA invites.
Vladimir Salnikov was the greatest distance swimmer of his generation, possibly of all time. Here are 7 things you should know about the “Monster of the Waves.”
The Iron Lady captured her 200th career World Cup gold medal this past Sunday, which is her 46th gold medal on this year’s World Cup tour.
Dave Salo, head coach at USC and Trojan Swim Club, proposed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that having international swimmers train in the U.S. and be subject to USADA testing would level the playing field.
The Trojan Swim Club, coached by Dave Salo, has temporarily suspended international athletes from its training program in light of the Russian doping scandal.
USC head coach Dave Salo has added former Pac-10 Champion Jeff Julian to his staff.
Russia’s Yana Martynova will continue to be ineligible until her ban is over on July 26, 2019, however, she insists to the media that Russian athletes have ‘no chance of being treated fairly”.
The American Swimming Coaches’ Association (ASCA), the most powerful educational and organizational body of swim coaches in the United States,…
Anthony Ervin is leaving the USC training ground that he’s called home for the last 7 months.
Both Stanford’s Greg Meehan and USC’s Dave Salo were honored as the Pac-12 Women’s coaches of the year. USC triumphed at Pac-12s, as…
“It’s not coming from me, it never has come from me.”
Watch USC’s Coach Dave Salo, Chelsea Chenault and Kristen Vose talk about winning the Trojans’ first-ever Pac-12 swimming championship title.