By Erin Keaveny, Swimming World College Intern Members of the U.S. Men’s National Team are generally known for their outstanding skills in the pool, but there’s a lot about these
OXFORD, Ohio—Hollie Bonewit-Cron has been named Miami University Head Coach of Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving, a position that will oversee both the men’s and women’s teams under a
The second volume of Swimming World Biweekly continues with “We’ve Got The Meets,” issue 2 for the month of May. “We’ve Got The Meets” features the full final recaps for the
Elizabeth Beisel sat down with her local Rhode Island news station, WJAR NBC10, on Facebook Live and talked about the summer ahead. Beisel went home to celebrate her brother’s college graduation, and
This week featured stars competing at sites of both former and future Olympic Games: the 2016 European Championships were held this week in London, while the 2016 Japan Open was
Bryan O’Connor, former Arizona swimmer now training for Olympic Trials, performing a supine, flutter kick with a streamline sit up. This is to mimic pushing off the walls and kicking.
Water polo action in California between Team USA and Australia continued this weekend. In televised matches, the men fell to Australia while the women came out on top. Men’s Match