Quite a few athletes, having just wrapped up their collegiate careers in the NCAA, shared what the future holds for them moving forward in the sport as professionals.
Training sprinters to be as fast as they possibly can es in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and philosophies. For UVA head coach Todd DeSorbo, it means going as fast as you can. All the time.?
Past open water champions Jordan Wilimovsky, Ashley Twichell, David Heron, and Erica Sullivan will all aim to defend their respective titles at this year’s US Open Water National Championships.
Cesar Altamirano, a water polo coach with Tustin High and the SOCAL Water Polo Club in Southern California, died after…
Kozan came back like a freight train in 26.91 to drop huge time from her old best.
Sprinter Mary Brinker from East Aurora, New York has announced her verbal mitment to Penn State University for 2020-21.
Dynamo’s Abby Pilkenton has mitted to NC State for 2020-21.
His time came in under the meet record of 20.90.
Machine Aquatics breaststroker Joe Schaefer has announced his verbal mitment to West Virginia University for 2020-21.
Scott, who won an Olympic gold medal in cross country skiing in 2002, is refusing to grant interviews to the law firm investigating her own allegations of bullying against WADA executives.
Brasil, ruled ineligible to pete in para swimming in April, stressed the need for a more objective classification system.
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Federica Pellegrini, Gabriele Detti, Marco De Tullio, Ilaria Cusinato, Mattia Zuin and?Filippo Megli are among the Italian stars set to take to the B. Bianchi Pool in Trieste, Italy this weekend at the Trofeo della Triestina Nuoto.
Sweden will send nine swimmers to the 2019 European Youth Olympic Festival in Baku, Azerbaijan.
SMU coach Eddie Sinnott has been selected by his peers for the 2019 National Collegiate Scholastic Trophy, which is presented to the coach who has made “the greatest contribution to swimming as a petitive sport, and as a healthful, recreational activity in the province of undergraduate and scholastic education.