This week gave NCAA fans one of their first big weekends of college racing, with Louisville’s Mallory Comerford putting on a show at the SMU Classic. Read about her strong
The Week That Was
The postponement of the IPC World Champs in Mexico City this week didn’t stop para swimmers around the world from fast swimming, with records falling in Canada and New Zealand.
This week the second cluster of the 2017 FINA World Cup kicked off in Hong Kong with a revamped prize system that includes more money up for grabs. Read about
This week would be Para Swimming Championship host Mexico City was rocked with a devastating earthquake, forcing the IPC to postpone the event for the first time in it’s history.
This week, Caeleb Dressel was named the USA Swimming Athlete of the Year award at the United States Aquatic Sports Convention, while some Olympic news finally became official and a former U.S. Olympian
This week swimmers and teams from both Houston and across the country have come together to help provide relief to the victims of Hurricane Harvey, organizing donations and fundraising drives.
The 2017 FINA World Junior Championships came to a dramatic close this past Monday in Indianapolis, with two more world junior records falling amid tight relay races. Catch up on
World Junior Records have been dropping all week in Indianapolis, with the 2017 FINA World Junior Championships pitting the rising generations of international talent against each other this week. Take
The World University Games started in Taipei, Taiwan, over the weekend, with several records coming down in the first two days of competition. Check in on the results from WUGs
The first cluster of the 2017 FINA World Cup came to a close this week with two more stops in Berlin and Eindhoven and many more world records coming down