The Iron Lady captured her 200th career World Cup gold medal this past Sunday, which is her 46th gold medal on this year’s World Cup tour.
South Africa’s Chad le Clos outscored series leader Vladimir Morozov 78-48 at the Doha World Cup, but Morozov maintains his series points lead and also wrapped up a win in the tour’s second cluster.
17-year-old Michael Andrew took on a tough triple, winning the 200 IM, 100 fly and 100 free to highlight day 1 of the JTSC Fall Invite in Jenks, Oklahoma.
Chinese world champion swimmer Ning Zetao tries his hand at a different kind of ‘pool’, with tennis master Rafael Nadal’s help.
Centre College swimming and diving open their season at Louisville, Kentucky. The meet starts at 2:30 on Saturday, October 8th….
All six women’s programs and all three men’s teams competing this weekend also participated in the 2016 NCAA Championships.
Locate advances to week 5 of Dancing with the Stars.
Oakland swimming and diving head to Notre Dame for dual/relay meet.
Compared to their collegiate peers, student athletes are less likely to seek out mental health services due to a variety of factors, including performance pressures and a culture that promotes not being perceived as weak.
Northside College Prep swim and dive is at the halfway mark of their season. This year they have had several…
The video displays their annual pentathlon practice, which consists of a 100 of each stroke as well as a 100 IM.
In Moscow, Hungary’s Iron Lady, Katinka Hosszu, swam her usual loaded to schedule to pick up 11 total medals.
The USA’s Katie Meili was a headliner in Berlin, breaking 2 American Records in as many days.
As we approach the second cluster of meets in the 2016 World Cup Series, FINA has released a video with highlights from the first stop in Chartres.
Watch “Average Andy” in his hilarious attempt at racing Michael Phelps.