World Aquatics has confirmed that nobody has entered the newly-created open category at the Berlin World Cup stop that begins Friday.
In this article, we take a look at which swimmers get the most views on Wikipedia, and also when swimmers tend to generate the most views.
President Husain Al-Musallam said the first event with an open category would take place in the future but didn’t provide additional details.
Supporters say the legislation is needed to maintain competitive fairness while opponents condemned the vote as bullying kids for political points.
Taylor Ruck will defend her title in the 200 free this week after claiming last year’s victory in a time of 1:41.12.
Sullivan comes into the event as the top seed after swimming an NCAA-leading time of 4:35.88 at Texas’ dual meet with NC State in January.
Sullivan swam faster today than she did at NCAAs last year. She now has the #1 time in the NCAA by over two and a half seconds.
Hening, a transgender man, spent his first three collegiate seasons swimming for the Yale women’s team and A-finaled at 2022 Women’s NCAAs.
Olympic swimmer Søren Dahl went Instagram official with NFL teammate Carl Nassib, while Iszac Henig penned an op-ed for the New York Times.
In a year filled with interviews and pancakes, relive SwimSwam’s top 10 YouTube videos of the year, two of which include teenage star Thomas Heilman (above).
This picture of Ukrainian-Turkish swimmer Viktoria Gunes stepping on the Russian flag was the most-read article on SwimSwam in 2022 as controversy dominated the year.
On Thursday, Bella Sims and Katie Grimes became the third and fifth-fastest performers in the women’s 500 free with their times of 4:28.64 and 4:29.53.
Erica Sullivan won both the 800 freestyle relay and the 500 freestyle during the first two days of the 2022 Minnesota Invite.
Australian swimming legend Ian Thorpe spoke out against FINA’s decision to ban transgender women from elite female competitions in a recent interview.
The NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Committee has created a rule about who gets a trophy immediately, and who has to wait for the mail, in the event of a tie.