FINA announced today that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) will be entrusted to handle doping control for the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan. This despite rampant positive tests by
The 51 members of the 18-and-under group of Americans competing in this week’s Irish Open Championships will not be the only foreigners racing against some of Ireland’s best in Dublin.
By Dr. G. John Mullen Dr. Angelna Hibbs did a written interview for Swimming Science regarding her recent publication, Isolated core training improves sprint performance in national-level junior swimmers. This was the first
By Allison Peters, Swimming World College Intern Swimming forces us to go to bed early in the summer, but the long course season comes with quite a few perks you may
By Rachel Ewart, Swimming World College Intern Freshman Kayla Sproles was one of the top scorers on Northern State University’s swim team this season. During her first year at college,
Lorrie John Trites, who was Banned for Life by USA Swimming in 2013 and is on the FBI’s Most Wanted List as a fugitive swim coach, now has a price tag on