After the fourth day of prelims, the Texas A&M and Kentucky women are tied with five A final swimmers tonight, while Florida has a commanding six A final swimmers on the men’s side.
The no. 3/17 Florida Gators head to Auburn, Ala. from Friday-Sunday for the Auburn Invitational. This serves as the final meet for Florida before heading to the SEC Championships.
Tyler Rice (above) of the Bolles School won the 100 freestyle in a time of 44.58
During a City Hall meeting tonight (February 25, 2015), Fort Lauderdale commissioners will determine if the city will move ahead with a multi-million-dollar aquatic facility construction project.
The United States Open Water National Championships come early this year, taking place on April 24th and 16th in Miromar Lakes, Florida.
Hannah Burdge has verbally committed to Florida Gulf Coast University.
Class 1A, Districts 7, 8, 9 Results District 7 Results District 8 results District 9 results Region 3 selection sheet…
Florida Class 2A, Districts 4, 5, 6 District 4 Results District 5 Results District 6 Results Class 2A Region 2…
The Florida High School State Championships Series is back in action!
5-time Olympic gold medalist Aaron Peirsol: “We all need to remember why we fell in love with this sport, and I hope I can help send that message through this event series.”
The psych sheet for the 2013 FSPA High School Invitational has been released. The Bolles School broke two National High School Records at this meet last year.
35-time World Champion, and 5-time Olympic Champion, Ryan Lochte headlines 111 swimmers on the 2013-2014 USA Swimming National Team. (Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
64 year-old DIana Nyad becomes the first to complete the 110 mile swim from Cuba to Key West, Florida without a shark tank. She completed the swim in less than 52 hours. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)
Diana Nyad, pictured here in her second attempt in 2011, will be hitting the water any time for another go at the Cuba to Florida swim. (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)
Chloe McCardel is preparing to swim from Cuba to the United States – unassisted by a shark cage or protective swimwear.