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Our 6th ranked recruit for the 2018-19 season Vanessa Pearl has verbally committed to the University of Florida.
Conor Dwyer is expected to compete in his first full competition since Rio next weekend in Santa Clara.
Many of the United States’ top swimmers – including several Bay Area Olympic medalists – will be in action at…
Josh Prenot clocked 1:58.9 this morning in the 200 IM for a new meet and pool record at the Atlanta Classic.
Three-time Olympian Kara Lynn Joyce has announced the first-ever LEAD Sports Summit for teenage female swimmers, which will take place…
The USA Swimming Foundation is excited to announce Olympian Katie Meili as the 2017 Swim-a-Thon Contest Ambassador. Meili participated in…
The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) publishes a list of all athletes drug tested in each quarter of each year. The numbers for the fourth quarter of 2016 have been published, with multi-time Olympians Katie Ledecky and Ryan Lochte each leading the way with three tests.
New England LSC’s own Olympians, Ian Crocker and Elizabeth Beisel, will host a special Holiday clinic to help your kids BREAKout! tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec 28th at the Randolph High School Pool in Canton, MA.
Caeleb Dressel holds the record for the fastest 50 yard free in history, but he also holds pretty good time on the drums. The American Olympian posted a quick Instagram video this week of jam session he had on a drum set.
Get chills listening to the entire Team USA Olympic squad sing “God Bless America.”
Katie Ledecky accepts the Female Athlete of the Year Award from Debbie Meyer and Katie Couric at the 206 Golden Goggle Awards in New York City.
Beisel, a 3-time U.S. Olympian, confirmed that she’d taken the position earlier this afternoon at the USA Swimming Foundation luncheon in New York City, where the 2016 Golden Goggles are currently taking place.
Olympic swimmers Elizabeth Beisel and Allison Schmitt have some travel stories to tell.
Three time Olympian and the 2016 swim team captain, Elizabeth Beisel, went into Rio with high expectations for herself.