El COD contempla la posibilidad de crear ‘burbujas’ para proteger a los atletas calificados a Tokio ante la amenaza que representa la COVID-19.
The DOC is contemplating the possibility of creating ‘pods’ in an effort to protect the nation’s Tokyo-qualified athletes from the threat posed by COVID-19.
U.S. Olympian Tom Shields, a California postgrad, has scratched out of his signature 100 fly. Shields, however, will still swim the 200 free.
Ohio State heads into today with a commanding lead over Michigan.
After breaking Northwestern records in the 200 IM and 100 back yesterday, Calypso Sheridan is the heavy favorite to take the 400 IM title tonight.
Ohio State comes in as the early leader, yet Michigan’s MacNeil/Tucker could potentially snag 2 titles later in the evening for the 2nd-place Wolverines.
Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson has won 5 out of the 6 Swammy Awards for the Central American & Caribbean region as she continues to carry the torch for middle America.
Not only did Sheridan set an individual Northwestern record in a non-primary stroke, but she helped a relay set a decade-old mark.
Calypso Sheridan won the 200 fly, 200 back, and then had the field’s best 200 free relay split as Northwestern defeated Michigan State.
Northwestern’s women broke a school record and rattled two school relay records in their very first meet of ’19-’20 and continued with two dominant home wins.
Charlotte Krevitt of Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics has verbally committed to swim for the University of Pennsylvania for the 2020-2021 season.
The Americans and the Brazilians continue their duel with the prelims of the 200 free, 100 fly, 200 back, and mixed 4×100 free relay.
17-year-old American Isabelle Stadden will compete in the women’s 200 back on day two of the Pan Am Games in Lima, entering as the #1 seed.
Del 6 al 9 de marzo se celebra en Des Moines la segunda etapa del circuito Pro Swim Series. La colombiana Isabella Arcila, así como los mexicanos Melissa Rodríguez y Miguel de Lara, entre otras estrellas hispanoamericanas, se medirán a los mejores del mundo.
Un total de 18 países hispanoamericanos enviarán equipo al mundial de curso corto de Hangzhou. Un cartel plagado de estrellas como Marcelo Acosta (El Salvador), Jarod Arroyo (Puerto Rico) o Benjamin Hockin (Paraguay). Foto de Marcelo Acosta.