• Skyline High Sets Meet Record, Wins Washington 4A Title

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    Washington Boys’ High school State Championships – 4AFebruary 15th-16th, 2019
    Prelims/Finals, 25 yards, A/B final, 8 teams per finals
    4A is the biggest schools of the 3 classifications in the state
    King County Aquatic Center, Federal Way, Washington
    Live ResultsAfter huge graduations for defending state champions Camas High, and the lost of two-time state champion Eric Wu, the 2019 Washington 4A State Championship was wide open.
    Skyline High won only 1 eve
  • Rankings Hold On Water Polo Week 4, LaSalle Earns First Win vs. D1 Foe

    By Wendy Mayer on SwimSwam
    All 15 Week 4 women’s water polo matches involving ranked teams saw the favorite prevail.
    #1 USC moved to 13-0 on the year with a 19-1 drubbing of #20 Indiana in both team’s first MPSF contest on Friday. 
    #2 Stanford and #4 Cal each posted wins over host #11 UC Davis in the Davis Shoot-Out on Saturday. The Bears won 11-6 over the Aggies and the Cardinal followed with a 17-6 victory.
    #3 UCLA edged out #7 UC Irvine 13-10 in two overtimes on Saturday in t
  • Salem Men Claim Top GPA Nationally Among Men’s Water Polo Teams

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Courtesy: Salem Athletics
    BRIDGEPORT, Pa. – The Salem University men’s water polo team claimed the top grade point average in the nation across all men’s water polo teams, announced this past weekend.
    Salem claimed a 3.74 team GPA right in front of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) which posted a 3.73 GPA.
    Salem also had 11 individuals recognized for their GPA’s as it notched nine outstanding and two superior.
    Freshman Austin Kephart, jun
  • Shouts from the Stands: The Three Ts

    By SwimSwam Contributors on SwimSwam
    SwimSwam welcomes reader submissions about all topics aquatic, and if it’s well-written and well-thought, we might just post it under our “Shouts from the Stands” series. We don’t necessarily endorse the content of the Shouts from the Stands posts, and the opinions remain those of their authors. If you have thoughts to share, please send themtoshare@swimswam.com.
    This “Shouts from the Stands” submission comes from Bran
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  • Ben Patton Blasts 1:46.7 200 IM at Kansas 5-1A State Championships

    By Reid Carlson on SwimSwam
    2019 Kansas 5-1A Boy’s State Swimming & Diving ChampionshipsFebruary 14th, 15th, & 16th
    Capitol Federal Natatorium, Topeka, KS
    ResultsWichita Heights picked up its third Kansas 5-1A Boy’s State Swimming & Diving title Saturday, February 16th, at the Capitol Federal Natatorium in Topeka, KS. Also the team champions in 2015 and 2017, Wichita Heights did not win a single event Saturday, relying on its depth for the victory instead.
    Wichita Trinity
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  • Marquette Dominates MSHSAA Girls’ Class 2 Champs with Impressive Depth

    By Suzie Fox on SwimSwam
    Friday, February 15, 2019
    St. Peter’s Rec Plex, St. Peters, MO
    2018 Class 2 Girls’ ResultsWhile the snow was falling outside the St. Peter’s Rec Plex in St. Peters, MO, the swimming was on fire at the MSHSAA Girls’ Class 2 State Championships. The Chesterfield, MO-based Marquette High School girls team took the top trophy with 278 points, over Columbia, MO-based Rock Bridge High School’s
  • Meeting de Titano: Jessica Vall brilla, Mireia Belmonte avanza

    By Adrian Mancebo on SwimSwam
    El 16-17 de febrero se ha celebrado el Meeting de Titano en la ciudad de San Marino. En el campeonato han participado nadadores italianos importantes como la finalista olímpica Ilaria Bianchi o los medallistas europeos Alice Mizzau y Filippo Megli. También ha estado en el campeonato gran parte de la selección española de natación, a quienes les ha servido de entrenamiento de cara a la preparación del Open de Primavera, que s
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  • Last Relay Decides Podium at 2019 MSHSAA Girls Class 1 State

    By Suzie Fox on SwimSwam
    Saturday, February 16, 2019
    St. Peter’s Rec Plex, St. Peters, MO
    2018 Class 1 Girls’ ResultsThe final podium standings were decided in the last event at the 2019 Missouri State High School Athletic Association (MSHSAA) Girls’ Class 1 State Championships held Saturday, February 16, 2019, at the St. Peters Rec Plex in St. Peters, MO.  Ladue Horton Watkins took the top spot with a score of 216 as
  • Nathan Adrian Cleared to Practice, Will Remain Under Doctors’ ‘Close Surveillance’ Moving Forward

    By Torrey Hart on SwimSwam
    Olympic champion Nathan Adrian has been cleared to practice and will remain under close doctors’ surveillance after undergoing laparoscopic surgery to treat testicular cancer at the end of January, he announced Monday.
    “After meeting with doctors last week and reviewing the results from the pathology we have determined the best route moving forward is close surveillance! I will have lots of doctors appointments and scans for the next several years and
  • Win A New Speedo Fastskin Pure Intent or Pure Valor

    By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam
    To celebrate the release of it’s new Speedo Fastskin suits, the Pure Valor and Pure Intent, Speedo is giving one away for FREE!
    The Speedo contest is on SwimSwam’s Instagram here:
    – Follow @Speedo and @SwimSwam– Tag three of your friendsSpeedo will randomly select the winner.
    PRIZE: The New Speedo Fastskin The contest runs from today through Feb 25th 2019.SwimSwam will DM the ac
  • Bridgeport Boys, Parkersburg Girls Win 2019 West Virginia State Titles

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    2019 West Virginia High School State Championships (Boys & Girls)February 14th-15th, 2019
    WVU Natatorium, Morgantown, West Virginia
    1 Class, 25y, prelims/finals, A-B final, 6 per final
    Meet ResultsThe Bridgeport boys won their first West Virginia High School State Championships since 210 (and 2nd ever), while Parkersburg High defended their girls’ state title last year for their 2nd consecutive, and all-time, title.
    Top 5 Girls’ Team Scores:Parkersburg
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  • Glenn, Park Double as Blue Valley West Clinches Kansas 6A Boys Title

    By Reid Carlson on SwimSwam
    2019 Kansas Boy’s 6A State Swimming & Diving ChampionshipsFebruary 14, 15, & 16
    Capitol Federal Natatorium, Topeka, KS
    ResultsThe Kansas Boy’s 6A State Swimming & Diving Championships wrapped up Saturday, February 16th, at the Capitol Federal Natatorium in Topeka, KS, with a nail-biter finish for team champion Overland Park Blue Valley West High School, which finished with a mere 2.5-points more than runner-up Overland Park Blue Valley North Hi
  • Grinnell Wins Midwest Conference; 7 Straight For Women, 4 For Men

    By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam
    Press releases courtesy of the Midwest Conference (NCAA Division III):
    Full results
    Day 1
    GRINNELL, Iowa – Defending Midwest Conference (MWC) Swimming and Diving Champions Grinnell College are out to an 88 points lead after day one of the conference meet. The Pioneers built their lead after winning every swimming event and posting two MWC records.
    Results1. Grinnell
    6. Ripon
    2. Lake Forest
    7. Beloit
    3. Lawrence
    8. Monmouth
    4. I
  • Laura Westphal Named Swimmer of the Meet as Williams Wins 6th-Straight

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    Report contributed by Robert Reiser
    Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
    Teams: Amherst, Bates, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut College, Hamilton, Middlebury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan, Williams
    Live ResultsThe Williams College Ephs won their 6th consecutive and 18th of the last 19 Championships with a final score of 1,873. Williams dominated the event, winning all five relays a
  • Colorado Mesa Wins RMAC Men’s, Women’s Titles As Men Set Points Record

    By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam
    Press releases courtesy of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (NCAA Division II):
    Day 1
    LEWISVILLE, Texas – The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams wrapped up Day One of the RMAC Championships at the LISD Westside Aquatic Center in Lewisville, Texas.The day kicked off with prelims in the men’s and women’s 200-yard individual medley, 50-yard freestyle and men’s 3-meter dive
  • Liam Bell Breaks State Record With 53.83 Breast At GA 1A-5A State

    By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam
    Full results
    Girls Meets
    Westminster freshman Gigi Johnson powered the girls to the win in both the 1A-3A class and the overall 1A-5A meet. (Team scores are combined in live results, though the meet crowned separate individual and team champions between the 1A-3A and 4A-5A classes). Johnson won the 200 IM in 1:59.87 and the 100 breast in 1:03.09. Her Westminster team also went 1:34.89 to win the 200 free relay and 3:26.85 to win the 400 free relay.
    The oth
  • Bruno Fratus Ritorna A Gareggiare Dopo L’Intervento Alla Spalla

    By Giusy Cisale on SwimSwam
    Bruno Fratus la scorsa estate ha subito un intervento chirurgico alla spalla.
    Seguiva un lungo periodo di riposo, dopo aver vissuto la prima parte del 2018 ai vertici del ranking mondiale.
    Secondo il sito web brasiliano Globo Esporte il velocista è pronto per tornare alle competizioni.
    Sempre dal quotidiano brasiliano arriva poi la conferma che Bruno Fratus prenderà parte alle tre tappe della FINA Champions Swim Series.
    Si può
  • Bishop Guertin Sweeps, Exeter, Hanover Win New Hamshire HS Titles

    By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam
    The Bishop Guertin boys swept all 11 swimming events to win the New Hampshire Division I state title. The Exeter girls took their title, while Hanover won Division II titles for boys and girls.
    Division I (Big Schools)
    Full results
    The potent combo of senior Hannah Lord and sophomore Mackenzie Patch won the state title for the Exeter girls. The two combined for six overall event wins.
    Patch (26.8 backstroke) and Lord (31.3 breaststroke) made up t
  • Manuel Bortuzzo Dimesso Dall’Ospedale: “Adesso Inizia L’Allenamento”

    By Giusy Cisale on SwimSwam
    Oggi pomeriggio Manuel Bortuzzo è stato dimesso dall’Ospedale San Camillo.
    Da oggi inizierà la riabilitazione a Roma, presso la “Fondazione Santa Lucia”.
    Essa è riconosciuta dal Ministero della Salute come “Istituto di ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico” ed è un centro di eccellenza per la neuroriabilitazione di pazienti con gravi deficit di movimento e cognitivi.
    Il messaggio di Manuel
  • UMBC Sweeps 2019 America East Titles; Gliese Breaks Another Record

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    AMERICA EAST – WOMEN & MENThursday, February 14 – Sunday, February 17
    WPI Sports and Recreation Center, Worcester, MA (Eastern Time Zone)
    Defending Champion: UMBC Men (2x) & New Hampshire Women (1x) (results)
    Live results
    Live Video
    Championship Central
    Day 1 Recap
    Day 2 Recap
    Day 3 results
    Day 4 results
    Full resultsBuoyed by a 2nd conference record from Alexander Gliese, the UMBC men and women roared to runaway titles on Sunday even
  • Brits Burnell & Dearing Wrap Up Open Water World C’ships Roster Spots

    By Loretta Race on SwimSwam
    Per British Swimming’s qualification criteria for the 2019 FINA Open Water World Championships, Jack Burnell and Alice Dearing have wrapped up their roster spots for Gwangju, Korea with their performances at the opening leg of the FINA Marathon Swim World Series last week.
    British Swimming 2019 World Open Water Championships Selection Criteria
    As part of a 6-member squad who competed in Doha, Burnell finished 12th overall, despite incurring a leg
  • 2019 B1G Women’s Champs Fan Guide: Michigan v. Indiana Battle Set

    By Karl Ortegon on SwimSwam
    2019 B1G WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPSWhen: Wednesday, February 20th to Saturday, February 23rd | Prelims 11am | Finals 6:30pm (6pm Sunday)
    Where: Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center, Bloomington, IN (Eastern Time Zone)
    Defending Champion: Michigan Wolverines (3x)
    Live Results
    Streaming: Big Ten Network
    Championship Central: hereMichigan’s stars are doing what they do best. Siobhan Haughey is good at everything, Mira
  • Singaporean National Champion Roanne Ho Announces Retirement

    By Loretta Race on SwimSwam
    Singaporean National Record holder and Asian Games medalist Roanne Ho has announced her retirement from the sport of swimming.
    The 26-year-old breaststroking ace said via social media today, “There are many reasons for this decision but to put it simply, I’ve accomplished what I set out for myself. Thus, leaving this sport, I have no regrets. When I made my comeback, all I wanted was a gold medal at the 2015 SEA Games because it was on home groun
  • Grimm Powers Oakton, Madison Girls Get 3rd-Straight VHSL Class 6 Title

    By Robert Gibbs on SwimSwam
    Virginia High School League Class 6 ChampionshipsFriday, February 15th, 2019
    George Mason University Aquatic Center, Fairfax, VA
    Full ResultsNote: In Virginia, public schools and independent schools compete separately, with the Virginia High School League governing public schools, and the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association governing independent schools. VHSL is organized into six classes, with Class 6(A) being the largest, and hosts five separate state
  • Katinka Hosszu Signs On as ISL Ambassador & Team Owner

    By Torrey Hart on SwimSwam
    Three-time Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu will serve as an official ambassador to the International Swimming League and will own her own team, the Iron Lady and ISL founder Konstantin Grigorishin announced in a joint press conference.
    “We are heading forward to an exciting period, I am happy to participate in the changes of my sport. Earlier I already mentioned some issues and fields to be improved. For me it was always significant to promote the swimmers&r
  • Sports, Cash Awards Ke Liye Tyar 6-Member Committee

    By Sanuj Srivastava on SwimSwam
    Times Of India Par Sports Se Related Ek News Ayi hai jisme Deserving Athletes Ke Awarding Sports And Cash Prize Me Aur Jyada Transparency Lane Ke Liye Sports Ministry Ne 6 Member Ki Ek New Committee Bnayi Hai Ko Different Awards And Cash Schemes Ko Review Karegi. Ye New Committee Justice(Retd.) Indermeet Kaur Kochar, Shiva Keshavan, Ashwini Nachappa, Mohandas Pai, Rajesh Karla And Director Or Deputy Secretary Of Sport Ministry Dwara Shuru Kari Jayegi.
    Ye New Commi
  • 2019 Ohio State Invite: Akron Breaks 3 MAC Records, Meg Bailey Appears

    By Nick Pecoraro on SwimSwam
    2019 Ohio State InvitationalFebruary 16th-17th, 2019
    Columbus, OH
    Full ResultsAt the Ohio State Invitational, the Buckeyes hosted a number of D1 schools over the weekend, with some aiming for NCAA B cuts.
    The Akron women made a strong showing at the invite, breaking 3 MAC records. Freshman Sarah Watson broke the 200 fly record by 0.11 with a 52.21. Watson was also part of the 400 free relay, along with Ragen Engel, Sadie Fazekas, and Sofia He
  • 1316 New Swim Jobs You Might Love

    By Coleman Hodges on SwimSwam
    If you don’t like the career you’re in, you might want to work in the swimming community and be a part of our big swimming family! Go here to see 2006 Swim Jobs.
    Ensworth Aquatics is seeking a highly motivated, conscientious, nurturing,  and energetic coach to fill the role of Age Group Coach for our year-round competitive swim team. Selected Coach will be a team player and will also support the senior coaches and spend time coaching
  • Swim Mom Musings: Dear Swimmer Girl

    By SwimSwam Contributors on SwimSwam
    Courtesy: Donna Hale
    You have been on this journey with me as your sidekick for 15 years. You’ve made me laugh, cry, lose my voice, and fall in love with something I once knew nothing about. Because of you, I am a swim mom.   Leaving conference champs after you had to scratch the last day due to illness, I realized I’ve never thanked you for all you have taught me about resilience, character, and winning with grace and losing with dignit
  • Germany, Russia, China Rule Rustock Diving Grand Prix

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Courtesy: FINA
    Germany, Russia and China were the most decorated teams this weekend in Rostock (GER) as the inaugural Diving Grand Prix 2019 leg took place from February 14-17.
    In the men’s competition, home competitor Martin Wolfram clinched gold in the 3m springboard, collecting 417.35 points. Italy’s Lorenzo Marsaglia (402.25) and China’s Zhang Wenao (394.50) secured the silver and bronze medals at stake.
    Russia’s Viktor Minibaev won the platfor
  • Schooling, Cordes and More Share Thoughts on the New Speedo Fastskin

    By Coleman Hodges on SwimSwam
    SwimSwam recently embedded with Speedo at their 2019 photo shoot for the new Speedo Fastskin LZR Pure Valor and Fastskin LZR Pure Intent. The athletes were in peak form to model their new battle armor, and eager to discuss what new technology Speedo had brought to the table.
    We talked with multiple Speedo athletes about their thoughts on the new suits, and they gave their praise in nearly every aspect:
    “Every single time they came back with something new and d
  • Lander Wins 23rd-Straight Wyoming High School 3A State Title

    By Torrey Hart on SwimSwam
    2019 Wyoming Boys 4A State Swimming and Diving ChampionshipsFebruary 14th-15th, 2019
    Campbell County School Aquatic Center – Gillette, Wyoming
    Full resultsWith its 23rd-straight state title line, the boys from Lander Valley High School were able to pull out the win, but by a much closer margin than in 2018. Last year, the team racked up 324 points, with Lyman taking second with 197. This year, the team results were much closer. Take a look:
    Top-5 final team
  • Laramie Wins 21st Program Title at Wyoming 4A State Championships

    By Torrey Hart on SwimSwam
    2019 Wyoming Boys 4A State Swimming and Diving ChampionshipsFebruary 14th-15th, 2019
    Campbell County School Aquatic Center – Gillette, Wyoming
    Full resultsMale high school swimmers from around Wyoming convened at the Campbell County School Aquatic Center in Gillette, Wyoming, last weekend as the Laramie High School team came out on top. The second- and third-place teams were separated by only one point, as were the fourth- and fifth-place teams.
    Top 5 Finish
  • MAAC Day 4: Fairfield Women, Rider Men Win By Large Margins

    By Robert Gibbs on SwimSwam
    Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championships – Men and WomenWednesday, February 13 – Saturday, February 16
    Erie Community College, Buffalo, NY (Eastern Time Zone)
    Defending Champion: Rider men (7x) & Fairfield women (1x) (Results: 1, 2, 3, 4)
    Live results
    Live Video
    Championship Central
    Day 3 RecapWomen’s Recap
    Fairfield’s Sara Ostensen and Shannon Feeley repeated their 1-2 finish from the 500 two days ago, wi
  • Cal State East Bay Women, Concordia Men Capture PCSC Titles

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Courtesy: Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference
    Team Scores / Individual Scores
    LA MIRADA, Calif. — The Cal State East Bay women and Concordia men collected their first-ever Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference championships on Saturday at Splash! Regional Aquatics Center. The Pioneers held onto the lead they built on Thursday and Friday to hold off Pepperdine in second and Fresno Pacific in third. For the men, the Eagles surged from third place with eight
  • WATCH: Torrie Huske Break National HS Record in 100 Fly (Race Video)

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    On Friday at the 2019 Virginia Class 6 State Championship meet, Yorktown High School sophomore Torrie Husker broke the public school and overall National High School Records in the 100 yard butterfly.Original Report: Torri Huske Breaks National High School Record in 100 FlyBelow, watch Huske’s swim, courtesy Kay Jones. Huske is in the 4th lane from the bottom of  the pool, in the blue cap without the black logo on it. Next to her is Centreville’s
  • Psych Sheets for 2019 CCSA Conference Championships

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association (CCSA) – Men and WomenWednesday, February 20 – Saturday, February 23
    Liberty Natatorium, Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia (Eastern Time Zone)
    Defending Champion: Incarnate Word men & FGCU women (4x) (results)
    Live results (Coming Soon)
    Live Video (Coming Soon)
    Championship Central
    Format change: Women will score 3 finals, with 9 in each final. Men will score 2 finals, with 9 in each final.
    Teams: Incarnate
  • Innerebner Leads Michigan UP Champs With Two State Records

    By Reid Carlson on SwimSwam
    2019 Michigan Upper Peninsula State ChampionshipsFebruary 15-16
    YMCA of Marquette County
    Results (Finals)The 2019 Michigan Upper Peninsula State Swimming and Diving Championships concluded Thursday, February 16th, in Marquette, MI, and highlighted a pair of UP State Records by Sault Area junior Andrew Innerebner, who easily won the titles in the 100 and 200 yard freestyles.
    The Upper Peninsula, or UP, as it’s affectionately called by Michiganders, is a
  • Southlake Carroll Sweeps 2019 Texas 6A State Championships

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    2019 Texas High School Swimming & Diving Championships – 6AFebruary 15th-16th, 2019
    Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swim Center, Austin, Texas
    25y, prelims day 1, finals day 2
    Live Meet ResultsThe Southlake Carroll swimming & diving dynasty of the 2000s grew by 2 on Saturday in Austin, Texas. For the 9th-straight season, the Carroll boys emerged as the champions in the classification for the state’s biggest schools (6A), and they did it this year without
  • Brazil to Send Six Men for the 4 x 100 Freestyle Relay in Tokyo 2020

    By Reid Carlson on SwimSwam
    Noting its potential to win a medal in a relay event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Brazil will send six swimmers to compete on the men’s 4 x 100 freestyle relay, per Brazilian outlet Globo Esporte. With six swimmers on the roster for a four-man relay, two athletes will be allowed to rest during prelims and save their energy for the final.
    Sending six or more swimmers to compete on a four-person relay is a tactic that has been used by relay powerhouses such as
  • Emory Sweeps UAA Titles For 21st Year, 12 Records Fall

    By Nick Pecoraro on SwimSwam
    2019 UAA Swimming and Diving ChampionshipsFebruary 13th-16th, 2019
    Chicago, IL
    Championship Central
    Full ResultsThe men and women of the Emory Eagles won their 21st-consecutive team titles this past weekend at the 2019 UAA Championships. Along the way, 12 UAA Conference and UChicago pool records were broken.
    Women – Team Rankings           Emory- 1943   
    University of Chicago (UChicago)- 1484.5
    New Yor
  • CCIW Champs: Carthage Sweeps Titles, Wheaton Sweeps MVPs

    By Nick Pecoraro on SwimSwam
    2019 CCIW Swimming and Diving ChampionshipsFebruary 14th-16th, 2019
    Pleasant Prairie, WI
    Championship Central
    Thursday Results
    Friday Results
    Saturday ResultsAt the 2019 CCIW Championships, the Carthage Big Red swept the team titles for their second time in 2 years. The Carthage women defended their 2018 title and won their 2nd title in team history while the men extended their winning streak to a 3rd year.
    In the individual awards, Carthage coaches Seth Weidmann and
  • Jesuit Boys and Girls Win Oregon HS 6A Titles

    By Karl Ortegon on SwimSwam
    2019 OREGON HS STATE CHAMPIONSHIPSFebruary 16-17, 2019
    Beaverton, OR
    ResultsBOYS MEET
    The Jesuit boys powered to the team win this weekend largely relying on depth, though they had two individual winners at the meet. Both wins came late in the game, as freshman Nick Simons took the 100 back (51.64) and sophomore Marco Nosack clocked a 57.23 to take the 100 breast.
    Jesuit was on a tear to close out the meet, and finished on top with a win in the 400 free
  • H2A Breaststroker Meaghan Lyons Commits to Notre Dame

    By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam
    Fitter and Faster Swim Clinics is the proud sponsor of SwimSwam’s College Recruiting Channel and all commitment news. For many, swimming in college is a lifelong dream that is pursued with dedication and determination. Fitter and Faster is proud to honor these athletes and those who supported them on their journey.
    Hilton Head, South Carolina’s Meaghan Lyons has announced her commitment to the University of Notre Dame’s class of 2023. She’ll b
  • Neptune Swimming Coach Joe Zemaitis Swims “Ice Mile” in Arizona

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    Joe Zemaitis, the head coach of Swim Neptune in the Phoenix, Arizona, successfully completed an “Ice Mile” on February 15th in Prescott, Arizona. If ratified by the International Ice Swimming Association, he would join a group of around 300 individuals whose swims have been officially ratified by the organization.
    To qualify as an “Ice Mile,” a swimmer must complete the swim, in a pool or open water, in water temperatures 5 degrees Celsius (41
  • FINA Marathon Series: Cunha y Wellbrock ganan; Ruiz Bravo 19ª

    By Adrian Mancebo on SwimSwam
    La temporada de aguas abiertas de la FINA ha comenzado este fin de semana en Doha (Qatar), con la primera etapa del circuito FINA Marathon Swim Series 2019, que contará con 8 etapas más a lo largo del año. Se han nadado dos carreras de 10 km, una masculina y una femenina, que fueron emitidas en directo por la FINAtv.Resultados prueba masculina
    Resultados prueba femeninaLa brasileña Ana Marcela Cunha ha sido la ganadora en categoría
  • Whittle Clocks New 50 Free British Age Record In Dubai

    By Loretta Race on SwimSwam
    While competing at the 2019 Middle East Open and Junior Championships, 14-year-old Jacob Whittle lowered his own British Age Group Record in the men’s 50m freestyle.
    Entering the meet in Dubai, Whittle owned a personal best 50m free time of 24.15, a mark he earned at the City of Derby meet this past January. That outing matched the reigning British Age Record for 14-year-olds, which was originally set by Henry Rennolls back in 2014.
    However, the Derventio E
  • Kenyon Ladies Repeat, Denison Men Claim 11th Straight NCAC Title

    By Eamonn Keenan on SwimSwam
    2019 North Coast Athletic Conference ChampionshipsWednesday-Saturday, February 13th-16th
    Trumbull Aquatic Center, Granville, OH
    Short Course Yards, Prelims-Finals
    Championship Central
    Full ResultsThe 2019 North Coast Athletic Conference Championships showcased a dogfight between two longstanding Division III powerhouses Kenyon and Denison. The Big Red came into the meet with both the men’s and women’s teams ranked #1 nationally in the CSCAA poll, while th
  • Wilby Posts World’s #3 100 Breast Time; Scott Anchors In 48.22 At BUCS

    By Loretta Race on SwimSwam
    2019 BUCS LONG COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPSBritish Universities & Colleges Sport Championships (LCM)
    Friday, February 15th – Sunday, February 17th
    Ponds Forge, Sheffield
    Meet Central
    SwimSwam Preview
    Day 1 Recap/Day 2 Recap
    Live ResultsCommonwealth Games champion James Wilby completed his trifecta of breaststroke wins at the 2019 Brutish Universities & Colleges Championships, taking the 100m sprint this evening in Sheffield. He helped Loug

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