By Caitlin Daday, Swimming World College Intern Swimming is time consuming. There is no getting around that fact. Whether you swim in high school, with a club team, or in
Commentary By Michael J. Stott The last swimmer into the wall at the men’s NCAA swimming championships was Indiana’s Sam Lorentz. His 42.88 split cemented an eighth-place finish in the 400
Michael Randazzo, Swimming World Contributor Ike Marshall. Moose Mulcrone. Dave Perry. Phil Stelnicki. Joe Wendt. These are just a few of the coaches and parents who helped build Chicago into
Bill Wadley announced Tuesday he will retire as head coach of Ohio State’s men’s swimming team. Wadley coached 16 Olympians, 30 Big Ten Champions, and was named 2010 Big Ten
This week’s Performance Of The Week, sponsored by LumaLanes, goes to University of Texas senior Clark Smith for his 1650 at the 2017 NCAA Division I Championships. In that race,
The Speedo Sectionals series picks back up again this weekend with four stops. The meet in Ithaca hosted by the Syracuse Chargers Swim Club has plenty of tight races lined up.
The TEXAS LONGHORNS won 11 individual events at the men’s NCAA swimming and diving championships in Indianapolis and ended the meet ahead of second-place Cal by almost 200 points. The title