Do Regan Smith’s World Records upend Simone Manuel’s absolute medal haul and individual heroics? Let the debate rage on.
Spoiler alert: there’s only one nominee for Male Swimmer of the Year.
The 2019 University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame class announced includes eight Gator Greats and one Honorary Letterwinner, swimming coach Gregg Troy.
This week’s BSN Sports Team of the Week, the Gator Swim Club, has helped produce dozens of NCAA and international stars during its history.
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Dressel’s primary coach, Gregg Troy, spoke with SwimSwam about what Dressel’s training has looked like this year and why it’s working
Immensely-popular Hong Kong swimmer Kenneth To died from “Sudden Cardiac Arrest,” according to an Alachua County coroner’s report.
Swimming Australia Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren is leaving his post after Tokyo, which leaves a much sought-after role vacant.
Greg Meehan and Dave Durden have been tabbed as the head’s women’s and men’s coaches for the 2019 USA World Championships team.
Rooney is leaving Florida after his junior season.
Le détenteur de plusieurs records australiens et hongkongais Kenneth To est décédé lundi. Son décès a tout d’abord été révélé…
El nadador Kenneth To, poseedor de múltiples récords australianos y de Hong Kong, ha fallecido de forma repentina a los 26 años
Multi-time Australian and Hong Kong record holder and recent addition to the Gator Swim Club High Performance Group Kenneth To has died.
Former Australian National Teamer-turned-Hong Kong swimmer Kenneth To has joined the High Performance International Group within Gator Swim Club. As of…
What was widely expected to be a four-team battle for the NCAA men’s team title quickly turned into a five-team matchup. And by the morning of the final day, it was that surprise fifth team who was leading the pack.
Taper. Rest. Preparation. Drop tapers. Swim coaches have a million words to describe the art of resting, and often it seems every coach has a different definition of each term. But Pursley says the terminology truly does matter – at least in the mind of the athlete.