By Caitlin Daday, Swimming World College Intern At the 2013 USA Swimming Winter Junior National Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina, 2016 Olympian Caeleb Dressel was hospitalized in the middle of
By Caitlin Daday, Swimming World College Intern It’s the biggest thing you’ve never heard of. With over 85 races in 27 different countries and around 40,000 total competitors, the Global
British Swimming has issued a public apology after the fiasco that was the 2016 European Masters Championships where close to 10,000 masters swimmers struggled to even make their way into
By Alec Scott, Swimming World College Intern There is nothing quite like swimming. Once you are done racing competitively it can be hard to fill that void. Masters is a
The Central Florida YMCA is pleased to announce that it will partner with Union Americana de Natacion (UANA) and U.S. Masters Swimming to host the 2018 Pan American Masters Championship.
FORT LAUDERDALE – The International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame (IMSHOF) is proud to announce the 2016 class of inductees. The group of eight outstanding individuals and organizations will be inducted at
By Rick Walker One World and two National USMS records were set at the Bumpy Jones Classic Long Course Meet held in Sarasota, Florida June 11-12. The men of the