COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee, today announced its roster of 22 U.S. athletes who will represent Team USA at the 2017
Two-time Paralympian Becca Meyers was crowned Best Female Athlete with a Disability at the 25th ESPY Awards yesterday. This is the second time that she has won the award in 2015.
Team New Zealand was off to a fast start at the Berlin stop of the World Para Swimming Series. The 2017 IDM Berlin Open is the final stop of the series and
Aurelie Rivard has added another world record to her collection. Canada’s top Para-swimmer set a world record in the S10 200-metre freestyle Thursday at the 2017 Berlin World Para Swimming
Franklin & Marshall College’s Becca Meyers was once again named a nominee for the 2017 ESPYs Best Female Athlete with a Disability Award. The Diplomats’ All-American swimmer previously won the
Paralympic gold medallist Lakeisha Patterson has led the charge for the Aussies competing at the Para World Series in Indianapolis picking up an impressive five gold medals at the meet that finished
While Team USA won 17 events on night three of the Para Swimming World Series, Michelle Konkoly‘s 1:01.75 was one of the fastest swims of the night. After nearly breaking
INDIANAPOLIS – On the first day of the World Para Swimming World Series, U.S. athletes claimed 15 victories at the Indiana University Natatorium. Athletes from across the world are competing
There is real excitement among Swimming Canada and its partners as they look towards to the future of Para-swimming in the country after the recent Para-swimming Summit in Gatineau, Que.
With a late World Championships this year, Swimming Australia is sending 14 swimmers to the Para Swimming World Series in Indianapolis in June for extra racing and preparation opportunities. Leading