Bert Bell (yellow shirt) coached Elvis Burrows (blue shirt), among many other Bahamian Olympics, in a coaching career that spanned over 40 years.
Claire Curzan downed the meet record in the women’s 100 fly with 56.61 becoming the third-fastest American woman in history.
Lydia Jacoby of Seward Tsunami popped a 1:07.57 in the 100 breast in San Antonio to move to #2 all-time for 15-16 girls.
U.S. Open record-holder Ryan Lochte finished 3rd in the combined results of the men’s 200 IM on Friday morning.
Longhorn Aquatics’ Madisyn Cox won the 200 IM handily on Friday morning in San Antonio.
The University of Texas is all over the psych sheets here, whether it’s with current or former members of their NCAA program.
The freshman claimed individual wins in the 200-yard backstroke and 100-yard butterfly on Saturday.
During the Bahamas National Championships, 19-year-old Margaret Higgs was among the national meet record-breakers, swimming to a new 100 breast record.
Daniel Roy enters prelims as the top 200 breast seed on the men’s side – that’s one of a dozen events to go off this morning in Clovis.
With two more ISL team rosters yet to be announced, we’ve taken a look at the top international and U.S. names we’d expect to be up for grabs.
After winning two events on Saturday, Michael Andrew has scratched his remaining three events on the last day of Bloomington PSS.
ASU’s Cierra Runge was once the NCAA Record holder in the 500 freestyle, but tonight she’s looking for her first NCAA title in the event.
Cal freshman Izzy Ivey will compete in her first ever NCAA individual event in prelims of the 200 IM.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture the first day of the 2019 Women’s Division I NCAA Championships.
In which we totally overreact to swims from night one.