Anteprime Mondiali: avviciniamoci ai Campionati del Mondo di Budapest dando uno sguardo alle gare con le sfide più emozionanti.
Hunter Armstrong was a star in Greensboro, breaking the world record in the men’s 50 back while also winning the 100 back.
For the second straight year, Ron Aitken (above) has put three swimmers on the United States’ primary long course roster. This year, he was rewarded with an official spot on staff.
After nearly getting a best time on the first 100, Swanson held on and tied for the win in the men’s 200 breast, qualifying for his first World Championships.
All eyes will be on Carson Foster as he vies to qualify for the World Championship team after a near-miss at the Olympic Trials last summer.
Chase Kreitler’s most recent boss, Dave Durden, has a growing coaching tree. His prior boss, Eddie Reese, is really just beginning that part of his legacy.
Nell’ultimo giorno delle Pro Swim Series, Shaine Casas ha vinto i 200 metri misti con 1:56.70, primo nella classifica mondiale del 2022.
Casas’s win was his third victory of the 2022 TYR Pro Swim series in San Antonio, as he previously won the 100 back and the 100 fly as well.
Texas’ Eddie Reese has opted to scratch Alvin Jiang from the 100 back B final tonight, likely saving him to be fresh for the 400 medley relay.
The April 26-30th World Champs selection meet is crowded with 50s, and Michael Andrew loves 50s. What will he swim and how fast?
Farris chose to swim the 100 back over the 200 free on day three of NCAAs, being an NCAA champion in the former event and a NCAA record holder in the latter.
Il primo incontro Pro Swim Series del 2022 prenderà il via mercoledì prossimo a Westmont, Illinois al FMC Aquatic Center. Gli iscritti
Quanto guadagna il capo allenatore di una squadra universitaria di nuoto negli Stati Uniti? I dati pubblicati in un rapporto della CSCAA
According to the CSCAA, the top five programs’ coaches make a median of $315,400 per year. Coaches can earn extra money through championship bonuses and more.
Few swimmers choose to put their degree on hold to focus on their athletic career, but we see it frequently in other sports.