2017 FUTURES — SANTA CLARA Thursday, August 3 – Sunday, August 6, 2017 Santa Clara, CA Psych sheet Live results –…
Michael Brinegar, who now swims for Mission Viejo Nadadores, will return to his native Indiana to swim for the Hoosiers in 2018-19.
2016 was a great year in our sport with amazing imagery. We sat down with swimming photographer Mike Lewis and…
Renovation plans for the storied Marguerite Aquatics Center, home of the Mission Viejo Nadadores, have unanimously been approved by the Mission Viejo City Council this week.
NCAA Champion Stephanie Peacock is preparing for her third trip to the Olympic Trials, where she’ll focus on the 800m freestyle having finished sixth in 2012.
Long-time Mission Viejo Nadadores Head Coach Bill Rose has announced he will be retiring in December 2017.
Mission Viejo, California has plans to renovate its 44-year-old Marguerite Aquatics Center to the tune of a $7.8 million investment after the 2016 Summer Olympics.
The competitions are intended to bring a new, fun competition for the whole team
Marc Morizono, who swims for Mission Viejo Nadadores and Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Southern California, has made a verbal commitment to the Cornell University class of 2020.
Grant Shoults, one of the top recruits in the nation, has given his verbal commitment to the Stanford Cardinals for 2016 and onwards.
The City of Mission Viejo is hosting delegations from Spain and Indonesia for the Special Olympics World Summer Games to be held in Los Angeles July 25 through August 2.
Though there was some concern the process would be delayed, the city council of Mission Viejo, California did move forward with plans for a pool renovation this week, awarding the design contract to the Aquatic Design Group.
The Mission Viejo Nadadores Swim Club was a tough competitor in the 2015 Seal Beach Rough Water Swim held June 13th at Seal Beach.
The Mission Viejo Nadadores have raised over $4,500 for the American Cancer Society through various fundraisers related to the Relay…
On Monday, June 1, the Mission Viejo City Council approved a $6.2 million full renovation of the Marguerite Recreation Center’s aquatic facility.