Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick PHOENIX – The first college swimming coaches rankings poll of the 2014-15 season from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America put the University of
PHOENIX – Author and coach Steven Munatones joins today’s edition of The Morning Swim Show to discuss Swimming World’s upcoming open water issue, the Ocean’s Seven channel swims and the
PHOENIX – The annual Golden Goggles Banquet is less than a month away. Over the next few weeks in our Poll of the Week, we are going to ask who
Photo Courtesy: Mike Comer/ProSwimVisuals.com LAUSANNE - AS has become our tradition, Swimming World will keep an up-to-date listing of the cash won during the FINA World Cup. This year, nearly $2 million
TOKYO – Japan’s Kosuke Hagino snared his third gold medal of the FINA World Cup stop here in Tokyo with an Asian and World Cup record in the men’s 200-meter
TOKYO – The FINA World Cup stop in Tokyo came to a close with an Asian record from Kosuke Hagino, as well as another big gold-medal haul for the Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu.
PHOENIX – Author Chuck Warner joins today’s edition of The Morning Swim Show to discuss his series of articles “Triumphs and Tragedies” appearing in Swimming World Magazine. Note: YouTube Measures
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LAUSANNE – Oksana Marchuk, Ukraine, was suspended for two years after testing positive for Dehydrochloromethyl-testosterone during the Ukrainian Swimming Championships in April. The Ukrainian Swimming Federation’s Disciplinary Committee imposed a ban