IM, back, fly, and free specialist Ella Myers from Nation’s Capital has committed to swim at Texas beginning in the fall of 2022.
In addition to his position at TSUNAMI Swim Club, Solomon’s also the head coach of swimming and track and field at the Seward High School.
Arlington Aquatic Club’s Torri Huske and Baylor Nelson from SwimMAC Carolina are the 2021 Swammy winners for the 17-18 age group.
Although there were many swimmers who benefited from the delayed 2020 Olympic Games, none saw a greater rise in 2021 than American teenager Lydia Jacoby.
Jack Spitser compiled his favorite and most memorable images from the year, highlighted by the Olympic Trials and Olympic Games this summer.
Caeleb Dressel provided us with many memorable moments in 2021, highlighted by his first career individual Olympic gold medal in the 100 freestyle.
One of two juniors to earn an individual medal in Tokyo, Lydia Jacoby is this year’s World Junior Female Swimmer of the Year.
17-year old Lydia Jacoby got her Olympic rings tattoo on Sunday; 9 years ago, Chris Collinsworth gave a tattoo to another American 17-year old swimmer that you’ve probably heard of.
For the second year in a row, Caeleb Dressel was featured in half of SwimSwam’s top 10 most-liked Instagram posts for the year.
After a two-year hiatus from winning this award, Katie Ledecky is once again the winner of the Swammy for US Female Swimmer of the Year.
Nearly half of voters believe Kelsi Dahlia has the best chance of qualifying for the 2022 Worlds team among 2016 Olympians that missed the Tokyo squad.
The men’s 100 breaststroke podium featured Ilya Shymanovich, Nicolò Martinenghi, and Nic Fink. See the rest of the medalists here.
In a matter of days, Schoenmaker established 2 new Olympic records, a world record, and won Olympic silver and bronze for South Africa.
Jacoby posted on Instagram that she was cleared to return home 3 days after being quarantined for a “close contact” for COVID-19.