The Boston Harbor has had its share of interesting traffic, from Revolutionary War boats to tea being dumped into the water by American colonists led by the Sons of Liberty.
Missouri State’s Paul Le won his third individual event to highlight day three finals of the 2018 Speedo Sectional Series in Jenks, Okla. Hosted by the Jenks Trojan Swim Club, the meet will
The Mt. Hood Speedo Sectionals meet continued Friday with four simple individual events: the men’s and women’s 200 free and 400 IM. Scottsdale Aquatic Club continued to grow their lead
Friday night at the Austin Speedo Sectionals was filled with dominating event winners and close races. Anna Belousova of Aggie Swim Club swept both women’s breaststroke events along with Will
Ryan Lochte could still be prosecuted for filing a false police report during the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, after a recent ruling by a Brazilian court, multiple news
Four-time Olympic diving coach Hobie Billingsley was recently diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis, a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease that “causes weakness in the skeletal muscles which are responsible for breathing and moving
Just a half second separated Rutgers swimming teammates Terka Grusova and Vera Koprivova at the 2018 Czech Republic National Championships on Thursday evening as incoming freshman Grusova claimed the 100-meter
The City of Fort Lauderdale voted to approve the $27 million budget to renovate the aging Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex at the International Swimming Hall of Fame on Tuesday. The
Australia’s two-time World Series champion Rhiannan Iffland and former Cirque du Soleil performer Andy Jones from the US launched from the beam of a caravel in their quest for history.
The 33rd edition of the LEN European Water Polo Championships is to kick off on Saturday in Barcelona and it promises two weeks of thrilling action, featuring 16 men and 12 women