In spite of not being publicly named to the U.S. Olympic coaching staff, Sandpipers of Nevada coach Ron Aitken has been taken to Tokyo anyway.
Aitken goes into full detail on what his 3 distance girls have been doing at the Olympic Training Camp (which he got to attend and coach at) in Hawaii
Ron Aitken (above), second from right) coaches 3 swimmers who qualified for the US Olympic women’s swimming team over the last 8 days.
With three of his swimmers already on the Olympic team, Todd DeSorbo has all but locked up a spot as a women’s team assistant in Tokyo.
LSU AD Scott Woodward has reportedly focused on top assistants at some of the best programs in the country to find his next swimming head coach…
Bella Sims of Sandpipers of Nevada picked up another pair of Olympic Trials cuts in the 100 and 200 meter backstroke events.
At the U.S. Open Water National Championships this month, the Sandpipers of Nevada had a swimmer finish in the top 5 in every single event.
Following in the footsteps of older brothers William (JHU) and Brennan (Florida), Dylan Gravley will swim in college. The youngest Gravley verbaled to ASU.
Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions for all categories.
To see all of the 2019 Swammy Awards, click here. 2019 U.S. Club Coach of the Year: Ron Aitken, Sandpipers…
This week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week, the Sandpipers of Nevada, have a long history of success in over five decades in the Las Vegas area.
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17-year-old Regan Smith was honored with the 2019 Phillips 66 Performance of the Year Award at the 2019 USAS Convention in St. Louis on Saturday.
Sullivan was previously planning to defer only one semester, joining USC in January 2019.
High school seniors Michael Brinegar and Erica Sullivan are among the 12 athletes who will represent the U.S. in Israel.