North Baltimore Aquatic Club (NBAC) is looking to hire a Head Coach to lead the team and coach the top two groups (High Performance and Challenge 1) at Meadowbrook Aquatic Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
Join Michael Phelps and honorary gala chairman, Debbie Phelps as NBAC hosts its quadrennial gala, Countdown to Gold, in support of Olympic Trial Qualifiers and their quest for Olympic greatness in Rio.
Phelps got to the wall first, going 1:58.00. Lochte, swimming in an outside lane, was 1:58.43 to take silver.
Follow along for live updates from the second day of the 2015 AT&T US Winter National Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
Sierra Schmidt with her dad, Joe, doing their thing in Baltimore.
Michael Phelps will be moving away from his childhood stomping grounds, the Meadowbrook Aquatic Center, to continue training with Bob Bowman at Arizona State.
Courtney Kalisz is one of three who will be inducted into the Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame on Oct. 24.
The Lehigh men’s swimming and diving team, which finished fourth at the 2015 Patriot League Championships, has put together a strong class of 2019. Seven swimmers and one diver will join the Mountain Hawks in the fall of 2015.
After Bob Bowman and Michael Phelps (above) head to Tempe, Arizona following the 2015 World Championships, Erik Posegay will take over as the head coach at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club.
Noah Stewart, a senior at York Suburban Senior High School in Garden Spring Township, Pennsylvania, has committed to and been…
Swimming a handful of races that weren’t even official, Michael Phelps still managed to steal swimming’s spotlight as the comeback continues.
Swimming for a gold medal club is tough. Here are five misconceptions about gold medal clubs that always win the state meet.
U.S. Olympic gold medalist Conor Dwyer is competing in Austin under a new banner after representing North Baltimore Aquatic Club for all of 2014.
Easop Lee of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club won two individual and one relay event on Friday at the CeraVe Invitational.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club, of Washington, DC, earned the top position in the 2015 USA Swimming Club Excellence program, recognizing the organization’s highest-performing clubs in the development of athletes 18 years and younger.