Gambril Retires

The great Don Gambril, an assistant athletic director and former head coach at the University of Alabama, has retired. He was selected to 5 U.S Olympic team staffs from 1968

World Cup 7 from Imperia, Italy

Salim Iles from Algeria, won the 100m freestyle in 49.04, a national and African record. Claudia Poll of Costa Rica, won the 200m-400m-800m freestyle and finished second in the 100m

Another World Record for Pankratov!!!

Denis Pankratov broke his second short-course world record in less than a week. Pankratov swam a 51.93 in the 100m butterfly on the second day of the World Cup 7

Bidrman Goes to Canada

Former University of Nebraska Cornhusker assistant Jan Bidrman has accepted the head coaching position with the Canadian National Team at the University of Calgary. The position was left vacant by

Two More World Records at the World Cup!

Denis Pankratov, who was deprived of two short-course world records in Paris last year because of a bonehead mistake, had his world record officially recognized. The double Olympic gold medalist,

World Cup Prize Money

The top three swimmers in each category will receive the following: 1st place $7,500 2nd place $3,500 3rd place $1,500 There will also be prize money awarded for world records

New World Record at World Cup 5!

Glasgow’s new Tollcross Park Pool saw its first world record (pending FINA ratification). Han Xue of China swam a 30.88 in the 50m breaststoke to better her previous mark of

World Cup 5 in Glasgow, Great Britain

1994 World Champion, Lu Bin from China made a successful return to competition after serving a two-year drug ban. Lu was one of seven Chinese swimmers who tested positive at