On Friday night the Class of 2016 was formally inducted into the North Carolina Swimming Hall of Fame. In addition…
Anthony Ervin is leaving the USC training ground that he’s called home for the last 7 months.
35 coaches from across North America share their favorite swimming tips.
The United States’ top coaching brass will travel to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to preview the pool that will be…
This year’s inductees are Erika Braun, Ricky Berens, Cullen Jones, David Marsh, and Mel Stewart. The Induction Ceremony will be Friday evening, April 29 at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex in Greensboro, NC.
Last October, Anne Lepesant sat down with former Auburn University swimmer and French Olympian Romain Barnier to talk about the…
A letter sent to the team on Sunday indicates that “there are no intended changes at the coaching level.”
It’s March 8th, 2016, and that means your favorite swimming news website has officially turned 4 years old, completing one full Olympic cycle of bringing you the best in aquatic news and entertainment!
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The last issue, our premiere issue, was 132 pages. The 2016 SwimSwam Swimsuit Issue is 168 pages!
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SwimSwam Magazine officially announces the next cover. 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte will headline the 2016 Swimsuit Issue!
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USC’s Uytengsu Aquatic Center, where the Trojans defeated Cal in a narrow one point victory.
Two-time Olympian Mark Gangloff talks his career at Auburn, Olympic training, and coaching at Mizzou in this episode of the Ritter Sports Performance podcast.
David Marsh is the coach of the year in the US- but what about the rest of the world?