Tom Shields was one of three USA Olympians competing tonight at the 2016 Winter Nationals in Atlanta.
Indiana senior Marwan el Kamash set a new school record in the 500 free en route to winning the event at the 2016 USA Winter National meet tonight in Atlanta.
The Indiana men dominated the relays on night 1, with their A and B teams both medaling in the 200 medley relay and 800 free relay.
A pair of NCAA swimmers for the Indiana Hoosiers returned home for the meet, bringing home several medals between the two of them.
A pair of freestyle battles between Olympic gold medalists Townley Haas (Texas) and Blake Pieroni (Indiana) highlighted the men’s meet.
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Cameron van der Burgh swam a quick 59.98 to score the only Olympic qualifying time in the first session of South African Olympic Trials.
2015 South Carolina Honorable Mention All-American Marwan el Kamash is transferring to Indiana University next season, he announced on Friday. El Kamash…
Folks looking forward to seeing Russian Vladimir Morozov sprint his way to the finals in the men’s 100 free will be disappointed to see he has scratched this morning’s prelims in Austin.
Farida Osman has helped lead the Egyptian team to breaking more national records than any other Worlds team.
Egypt’s national team broke several national records and hit multiple FINA “A” cuts in Charlotte, qualifying swimmers to compete in Kazan this summer.
CJ Fiala (above) is ahead of defending NCAA Champion Kristian Gkolomeev of Alabama headed into the 50 free final at the H2)kie Invitational.
The Egyptian Sports Federation has decided to withdraw its team from the 2014 Short Course World Championships in Doha, Qatar,…
The University of South Carolina hosted East Carolina University and the College of Charleston Saturday in the first meet for Charleston since the school announced it would be cutting its swimming & diving programs next year.