The 2023 US Para-Swimming National Championships kicked off Friday in Orlando, Florida, and Morgan Ray set the meet’s first big record in prelims.
White repeated as the Parapan Am champ in the women’s 100 breast SB8 following an appeal after she was initially disqualified on the final day in Santiago.
It was Rankine’s turn to have his moment on the podium and celebrate his first major international medal with silver on Day 4 in Santiago.
Six-time Paralympic medalist McKenzie Coan headlines the roster after qualifying for the 2023 World Championships but missing out due to medical reasons.
Paralympic champions McKenzie Coan and Mallory Weggemann headline U.S. Para Swimming’s roster of 33 athletes heading to the 2023 U.S. Parapan American Games.
McKenzie Coan, a four-time Paralympic Champion, withdrew from next week’s Para Swimming World Championships after being diagnosed with Bell’s palsy.
Schmit, a freshman at the University of Minnesota, placed fifth in the 200 IM, sixth in the 100 fly, and seventh in the 400 free at the 2021 Tokyo Paralympics
Jessica Long (pictured) is back for her eighth World Championships as she seeks to grow her massive 52-medal collection in Manchester, England.
Continental and American Records continued to fall on the third of the 2023 Para Swimming World Series – Minneapolis stop.
Morgan Stickney broke an Americas Record and Noah Jaffe broke an American Record on day 2 of the Para Swimming World Series in Minneapolis.
Elizabeth Marks, Morgan Ray, and Trevor Lukacsko each broke an American Record during day 1 of the Para Swimming World Series stop in Minneapolis.
Paralympic medalist Jessica Long highlights the 2023 National Team after taking a break this summer in preparation for Paris.
2022 US PARA SWIMMING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS December 16-18, 2022 Mecklenburg County Aquatics Center, Charlotte, North Carolina 50 meter (long course…
Christie Raleigh-Crossley, a former NCAA Division III National Champion at Rowan University, broke an American Record on Saturday at the US Para Nationals.
University of Northern Iowa swimmer Olivia Chambers, above, won a big head-to-head duel with two-time defending Paralympic champion McKenzie Coan on Friday.