By Emma Merrill, Swimming World College Intern Hannah Vester and I have been teammates on William and Mary’s varsity swim team for the past year, ever since I first shared
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By Emma Schoettmer, Swimming World College Intern Team (n.): a group of people who compete in a sport, game, etc., against another group; a group of people who work together.
ADN Swim Project is proud to announce the arrival of sprinter Shinri Shioura, first Japanese swimmer under 22”00, in Caserta. From Canberra (AUS/Oceania) to Tokyo (JAP/Asia) to Caserta (ITA/Europe)! Asian
By Michael Grenon, Swimming World College Intern Having recently completed his junior season for the Emory University Eagles, Andrew Wilson may have just achieved the possible. You read that correctly.
Commentary by Jeff Commings Another memorable high school swimming season in the United States is complete, and we saw plenty of exciting moments that had people talking about the future
By Makenzie Miller, Swimming World College Intern Sue Chen thinks it’s about time to make a change in the swimming world. Chen and several of her colleagues have started a
Missy Franklin is going back to her home state of Colorado for a couple of months to train with Todd Schmitz at the Colorado Stars as she looks ahead to
Katinka Hosszu officially responds to a commentary written by Casey Barrett titled “Are Katinka Hosszu’s Performances Being Aided?“. Barrett, who is working on a documentary exposing the systematic doping of the 1976