Only one day remains to bid for a wide range of online auction items listed by USA Swimming as part of its annual Golden Goggles Awards.
The International Swimming League is not in a good place right now. But in this void, there is an opportunity to rebuild the fire in a more sustainable way.
The majority don’t think any of Caeleb Dressel’s 2018 NCAA records will go down this season, but if there’s one that will, they’re picking the 100 free.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines sat down for an interview with Maria Taylor on the premier episode of “Chasing Gold”.
Fydler, a member of the Aussie men’s gold-medal winning 400 free relay in 2000, clocked 23.36 (SCM) to lower Gaines’ record from back in 2009.
The partnership is a perfect fit for two organizations that place their first priority on swimmer safety.
The grant distribution is a 75% increase from last year, aided by a $200,000 gift from the Pool and Hot Tub Alliance, led by VP Rowdy Gaines (above).
We discuss having swimming on nearly 100 hours of prime time TV, bringing the competition back to the USA, and complaints of late ISL payments.
With a compelling foreword written by Bob Bowman, Take Your Mark, LEAD! is a self-help guide for people who urgently want to take charge of their lives.
Gregg Troy, Mike Bottom and Teri McKeever are among the current and former college swim coaches to be selected to the CSCAA Centennial Blue Ribbon Panel.
If you’re into more than just the numbers, here’s a narrative-style rundown of the most electric moments of the Tokyo Olympic Games as they happened.
Beisel gave us the FULL rundown of what life is like for the broadcasting team at the Olympic Trials and the Olympic Games
With the departure of Beekman from the Athletic Director role, Michigan State will be hiring its 3rd A.D. in the last 3.5 years this fall.
After considering retirement and waiting tables in 2020, Bowe Becker propelled the Americans to gold in the men’s 400 free relay at the Olympic Games.
Fans, coaches, swimmers, and parents shared their thoughts on social media on Day 1 of swimming at the 2020 Olympics.