Triple Crossing of the English Channel

A team comprising some of Australia’s best marathon swimmers has come together to attempt to break the world record of 32 hours in crossing the channel three times. Only two

Montrella Fired

Ohio State University fired Jim Montrella, head women’s swim coach, after 17 years of service.

Tracy Caulkins on TV

Sunday, July 20, 1997 @ 12:30pm PDT on NBC, take a look at the top scholar athletes in the Academic All America Hall of Fame. Among those profiled are Bill

Tragedy at Maccibiah Games

TEL AVIV, Israel – A wooden bridge leading to a stadium collapsed into the Yarkon River under the weight of athletes at the 15th Maccibiah Games. One person died and

TV Schedule: Summer Sanders

Summer Sanders will be on TV every Friday @ 6:00pm PDT as a sideline reporter for Lifetime’s WNBA broadcasts. Check our NEWS section for constant updates for swimming (or swimmers)

Daria Expecting

Alexander Popov’s wife, Daria is expecting their first child, due in the fall. Popov is tentatively set for his return to major competition at the European Championships next month.

Review: Janet Evans Invitational

Australians dominated the Janet Evans Invitational with five individual victories Friday at the USC McDonald’s Swim Stadium. Sara Ryan won the women’s 100m freestyle in 57.00. Michael Klim won the

USOC Approves NCAA Grants

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The USOC approved a total of 13 grants to NCAA conferences and associations at the USOC’s executive committee meeting in Indianapolis. The grants are part of

ACOG Closes Shop

The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) went out of business with a break-even budget. ACOG closed the books on a $1.7 billion budget, which doled out more than