Until last week, it was looking very likely that we would not see a 100 long course freestyle under 48 seconds until the world championships. Usually, one or two Australians
Reigning champion Gary Hunt picked up where he left off last year with another dominant display of 27-metre cliff diving in the first Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series event
The USA Swimming Foundation today announced the renewal of its Affiliate Partnership with USA Triathlon, where the two organizations will collaborate to increase drowning prevention and learn to swim opportunities
In this episode of the Morning Swim Show, Josh Schneider talks about how he is putting in plenty of training as he focuses on the 50-meter free even though he’s
Members of the swimming community in Canada and around the world are mourning the death of longtime national coach Randy Bennett. The head coach of the Swimming Canada High Performance
After initially being arrested as a 17-year-old minor in 2014, former Oregon swim coach Mitchell Kelly has been acquitted and found not guilty on four sexual abuse charges according to
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.