Tate Jackson unleashed a 48.20 in the 100 freestyle to lead the Texas Longhorn charge in Irvine.
Jim Montgomery, Kelley Becherer, Alex Dionne, and Tom Miazga were among the 8 inducted into the Wisconsin Swimming Hall of Fame last weekend.
Sophomore John Shebat just became the Texas Longhorns’ fastest 100 yard backstroker in history by way of his scorching lead-off on his squad’s 400 medley relay this morning in Indianapolis.
Olympians and U.S. National Team members participating are Jim Montgomery, Jill Sterkel, Daniel Watters, Andrea Dickson, Jeanne Cunningham, Neil Walker, Brad Bridgewater, Ryan Berube, Walter Soza, and more.
Head coach Steve Bultman has taken an area where his team was weak and in 6 months of recruiting turned it into a program of strength.
Olympians and cancer survivors will join hundreds of swimmers of all skill levels for the fourth-annual Swim Across America –…
Over the weekend 2012 Olympic gold medalist Ruta Meilutyte and 2000 and 2004 Olympic gold medalist Neil Walker both attended the Splash, Dash and Dine event in the Cayman Islands…
“Over $320,000 was raised in our 3rd annual swim. Another perfect and very calm day at Lake Ray Hubbard made this years’ swim one of the fastest on record. 225 swimmers took the plunge into the refreshing lake to swim ½, 1 or 2 miles. 75 volunteers along with kayakers, boaters, and angel swimmers supported their efforts to “Make Waves to Fight Cancer.” (Image courtesy of SAA)
“5-time Olympic Medalist and Mutual of Omaha BREAKout! Swim Clinic founder, Josh Davis, partners with Swim Across America to fight cancer.”
Anthony Ervin, The Story Behind His Tattoos and Why He’s Shooting for Rio 2016 – Gold Medal Minute Video
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David: Coming in at number five: Shirley Babashoff. Queen Shali Baba was as good as they come, and one of the few people I can think of where saying “she went postal” means she went on to have a great job with benefits.