Despite short course meters becoming more and more prominent in the sport, USA Swimming continues to look the other way.
Boomer, who was a leading innovator in technique development in the sport, died on Sunday.
At every Trials, there’s a small subset of about 25 swimmers who carry a heavy burden: they miss qualifying for the Olympics by a single spot.
Reese has built an incredible legacy at the University of Texas, leading the men’s team to unparalleled excellence.
“What got you here won’t get you there” is a common phrase you hear when climbing in your profession. And it’s no different for collegiate swim coaches.
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Stanford has mathematically eliminated Cal from NCAA title contention.
“Rowdy” is a documentary that all swimmers, swim parents, and swim nerds ought to watch before the 2018 Phillips 66 Summer Nationals kick off in Irvine, CA next Wednesday (July 25th).
2018 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 14th – Saturday, March 17th McCorkle Aquatic Pavillion — Columbus, OH Prelims 9AM/Finals 5PM (Eastern…
The Pac-12 Conference announced the women’s swimming & diving All-Century team, led by coach Richard Quick and California star Natalie Coughlin.
“Bob and David are two of the most dynamic, innovative and well-respected coaches in our sport.” said USA National Team Director Frank Busch
Chris Davis, Janet Shanteau, Eric Shanteau, Jeri Shanteau and Bryan Krakoska Auburn Swimming Wall of Fame on Saturday, April 11, 2015 in Auburn, Ala.
Richard Quick led the Longhorns’ women’s swimming and diving program to five consecutive NCAA titles (1984-88) during his six-year stint on the Forty Acres.
Dad’s Club head coach Ray Aguilar receives the inaugural Wally Morton Award from Graham Johnston, a 1952 South African Olympian and Masters’ World Record holder while training at the Dad’s Club.
Eric Shanteau is one of 6 inductees into the Auburn Swimming & Diving Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
Past award winners include Coach Eddie Reese, Richard Quick and Tom Franke.